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A very busy weekend ahead for basketball fan as The Women's Final 4 gets underway in Minneapolis. The morning of March 31st, former University of Minnesota Basketball Coach Pam Borton shareed her thoughts on what the players and coaches are going through on WCCO Television's Morning newscast. She discussed the skills players will gain from the experience that they can transfer to their careers later in life.
Borton led the Golden Gophers to the school's first Final Four appearance in 2004. During her career, she also took the team to three straight Sweet 16’s and numerous NCAA appearances. These days, she is a sought after high-performing Senior Executive Coach and professional speaker.
Pam uses the same strategies that helped her develop high performing, elite athletes that went all the way to the Final Four to develop corporate athletes. Her strategies and more are laid out in her latest book. The Crooked Rim: Master Your Mindset to Strengthen Your Resilience for Limitless Personal and Professional Excellence, came out earlier this year. Pick up your copy today at Onpointnextlevel.com/books.
Congratulations to Chicago author Candace Fleming. Publisher's Weekly has recognized her latest book, "Murder Among Friends: How Leopold and Loeb Tried to Commit the Perfect Crime," as one of the New and Noteworthy Children's and YA Books of March 2022. Here is a link to the article. The book has also been featured in the Chicago Sun Times.
Murder Among Friends: How Leopold and Loeb Tried to Commit the Perfect Crime officially launches on Thursday, March 31st at an online event hosted by Chicago bookstore Bookends & Beginnings.
Learn more about the book and author at Candacefleming.com.
Congratulations to Jim Lewis, author, Courtney Figures it Out. He came up with a great way to share his children's book with those who need it the most. Courtney Figures it Out is about a little girl with special needs who gets easily overwhelmed, but has learned to slow down and focus on the task at hand.
He donated copies of his book to the Brandywine River Museum of Art in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. The books were given away to more than 40 children as part of the museum's Sensory Saturdays event on March 26. The event is for Individuals on the autism spectrum or with sensory processing disorder and their families.
If you know someone who could benefit from a story about a special needs child that is thriving, pick up your copy today on Amazon at this link.
How would you respond, if your carefully-crafted life situation spun wildly out of control? That’s exactly what’s happening to a lot of people right now. Between the War in Ukraine, and the aftermath of COVID, it seems everyone is on edge.
When St. Paul author Elliott Foster sat down to write his latest novel, Reckoning Waves, he had no idea how timely his story would be. Publisher Calumet Editions just released the book on March 1, 2022. It launched with a reading and discussion at the Saints and Sinners Literary Festival in New Orleans, Louisiana the weekend of March 25 – 27, 2022. Saints and Sinners is North America’s largest LGBTQ book festival.
Foster’s first local event in his hometown will be on Satuday, April 2nd at Lake Monster Brewing, located at 550 Vandalia Street in St. Paul. The event is open to the public, and Subtext Books of St. Paul will be handling the book sales at the event. More information can be found online at Calumeteditions/com.
The sequel to Panic River begins with protagonist Corey Flanagan reflecting upon how lucky he is to be living in sunny California and not a jail cell. Corey has been on the run and under the radar ever since that fateful day when he fired his father’s gun—a gun he wishes he had never held in his hands. Since fleeing the Upper Midwest four years earlier, Corey has changed virtually everything in his life—where he lives, how he creates art, his routines for work and play, and even his last name.
The only true constants are his best friend Billy, his mother Ginny, and frequent, troubling dreams about the shootings he ran from and for which Corey was never held to account. Now living in California, Corey passionately paints landscapes in the style of Edward Hopper, while seeing his life and his surroundings more clearly and generating award-winning art. Another life change surprises Corey as well—an unexpected romance with a younger man, Miguel. Just as his new life takes shape, however, the past unexpectedly ensnares him.