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Congratulations to Sheila O'Connor, author of the novel, Evidence of V: A Novel in Fragments, Facts and Fictions. Her book has won first place in the Novel & Short Story category of the Minnesota Book Awards. Winners were announced the evening of April 28 in a virtual awards ceremony.
Evidence of V is the story of a talented 15-year-old singer and nightclub entertainer who gets pregnant after falling in love with an older man. She is then sentenced to the Minnesota Home School for Girls in Sauk Centre where she is to receive “rehabilitation,” but she instead endures injustices that will change the course of her life, and the lives of her descendants, forever.
Learn more about Sheila O'Connor's work on her author website: SheilaOconnor.com.
A story has just been published in the Moose Lake Star Gazette about teen author Tiffany Lonetto's latest title, My Adventure. In it she may have unknowingly predicted what could become a sign of the times.
My Adventure, currently available for purchase on Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com, is the story of a young girl whose parents are germaphobes. So much so that she has spent her entire life locked up in her house, never able to feel the grass under her feet or interact with people outside her family. But one day she gets up the nerve to open her window, and that’s when the adventure begins.
My Adventure was published earlier this year by Sigma's Bookshelf, what is believed to be the first and only traditional book publishing company that exclusively publishes the work of teen authors. Learn more about the company at Sigmasbookshelf.com.
People like Ceara Comeau who work in retail are said to be on the front lines in the COVID-19 pandemic. As a front end supervisor at Ocean State Job Lot in Walpole, New Hampshire, she never in a million years imagined herself in the position she is in now.
When she’s not working, Ceara spends as much time as she can pursuing her passion for writing, and has just released her ninth book. The Knight of Two Realms, which is intended to be Book One in the Heroes of Avalon trilogy, is a different take on the Legend of King Arthur. In Comeau’s story, Arthur is a god from a completely different world, who along with his three cousins ended up on Earth as punishment. His sword, Excalibur, plays a major role in the story, but a much different one than in the original tale.
Comeau talked about her book, and what it's like to work in retail in the current climate, when she appeared on Frank FM Radio in her homestate of New Hampshire the morning of April 27. Her homettown newspaper, The Kenne Sentinel, publsihed a story about her on May 2. Learn more about Ceara Comeeau's work in this feature article written by RMA Publicity, or on her website: www.cearacomeau.com.
When today’s seniors were kids, Elvis Presley was one of the hottest performers around. So, who better to entertain them while they’re sheltering in place than the Twin Cities' own Elvis impersonator... Todd Anderson of Brooklyn Park.
“Elvis” put on a social distancing concert at The Waters of Plymouth in Plymlouth, Minn., the afternoon of April 23. He performed such hits as Jail House Rock and Blue Suede Shoes. At the end of the concert, they didn't have to say “Elvis has left the building,” because he didn't set foot inside the community at all. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic precautions, only medically essential personnel are able to go inside.
“Elvis” performed outside, in the parking lot, on the back patio, and on the side of the building, so that everyone who wanted to take in the concert could from a safe distance away. Three media outlets turned out for the event: KSTP Television, CCX Media and the Star Tribune newspaper.
To learn more about The Waters senior living, known for creating communities where residents thrive, go to www.TheWaters.com.