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Michael Wilder, author, Jackpot! The Crazy Things You'll Do for Love and Money was interviewed by Ryan Gatenby on WBIG-AM in Chicago the morning of May 2. He shared the unusual inspiration for the plot, and his writing process for the novel that has already sold thousands of copies.
Learn more on the author's website: MichaelWilder.com.
The national one-day party that celebrates independent bookstores across the country was held on April 30, and The Bookstore at Fitger’s in Duluth, Minnesota put on a party to remember.
As customers arrived, they were greeted at the door with treats and balloons, and they were able to participate in a lot of fun and games. There was Book Bingo, a game in which customers search for books recommended by the authors who were appearing at the store throughout the day. There was also a scavenger hunt, a writer’s workshop, and author’s presentations.
One of them was with Rob Jung, author of The Sower, the story of a transgender private detective working on a case involving a five-year-old unsolved murder, a U.S. Senate candidate with a past to hide and an alleged art forgery that rocks the art world.
RMA Publicity handled publicity for the event and secured media placements in the Duluth News Tribune, as well as KBJR/KDLH TV and KQDS-TV in Duluth.
Everyone who was alive at the time remembers exactly where they were on September 11, 2001, but do you remember where you were just seven months later—on April 28, 2002? Long-time residents of La Plata, Maryland certainly do.
It was on that date nearly 20 years ago that an F4 tornado nearly wiped the small town 30 miles southeast of Washington, D.C., off the map. The La Plata tornado ranks as the second strongest tornado to ever strike a state along the East Coast.
Just in time for the anniversary, a new book is out that shares the stories of what happened, and the sheer determination of the people of La Plata to pick themselves up and rebuild. On April 28, longtime La Plata resident Anthony Puzzilla officially launched Hope Triumphs over Chaos: The La Plata Tornado of April 28, 2002 at Martin's Auto Repair & Towing located at 309 Charles Street in La Plata. Martin's Auto & Towing, was destroyed in the storm, then later rebuilt.
The book chronicles what went wrong that day, and what has been learned in the aftermath of one of the worst natural disasters in U.S. history. On April 28, stories aired on both WUSA-TV, the CBS affiliate in Washington, D.C. and WJZ-TV, the CBS affiliate in Baltimore. Puzzilla was also interviewed on WBAL-AM/Baltimore the evening of April 23., and a story was published in the South Maryland News.
Learn more about Anthony's work, or pick up your copy of his new book on his website, AnthonyPuzzilla.com.
Hudda Ibrahim, author, What Color is My Hijab? led a virtual presentation of her book for the King County Library in Seattle on Wednesday, April 27. at 2 p.m. PT. She read the story in both English and Somali, then did a Q and A with a Somali educator from the Seattle community.
Several classrooms filled with students attended and asked questions. Learn more about Hudda's work or order copies of her children's books at HuddaIbrahim.com.