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Neffatira’s First Challenge is the coming of age story of Neffatira, is a 14-year-old girl who considers herself an outcast. With her yellow eyes and distinct freckled face, she is very different than the other kids at school. The book begins with a secret from her past being revealed, and soon thereafter, she and her friend, Jessica, are whisked away to a strange land where the rules are different, and they must learn them quick in order to survive.
When not writing novels, Tom Xavier directs the nationally recognized Songs of Hope (soundsofhope.org) global music project for young artists aged 9 to 16.
A story about Melody Page's effort to overturn an unfair law in the state of Florida aired Feb. 10 at 11 p.m. on WPEC TV, the CBS affiliate in West Palm Beach, Fla.
Page is a founding member of the Florida Medical Rights Association. Her organization has been very active in trying to get Florida’s so-called “Free Kill” law repealed, and significant progress was made a few weeks ago. HB 6051 is in the House to repeal Florida's Free Kill law, which protects doctors and hospitals from lawsuits in cases where a person who dies of medical negligence does not have a spouse, or a child under the age of 25.
Page's motivation was the death of her father, Ken Sandberg. He died at a Broward County hospital after an inappropriate dose of a medication he was given to sedate him caused him to stop breathing. In Sandberg’s case, his wife had died just days before he did, and his children are in their 40s. This family, and many others just like them, have no legal recourse even when negligence is clearly to blame for a loved one’s death.
Learn more about the organization seeking to bring about change here: Floridamedicalrights.org.
Bruce Ario, who writes stories about characters living with mental illness, is featured on the front page of the Southwest Journal this week. In the story, he both shares his personal story of recovery, and thanks his employer, Tasks Unlimited, for the amazing support he has received along the way.
Congratulations on the much deserved recognition for your work!
Most people know The Waters on 50th in Minneapolis as a senior living community, but did you know it is also something of a storytelling mecca? The community's writing group just released its third published book.
Distinctly I Remember: More Stories We Love to Tell by The Writers Group at The Waters on 50th features the work of eight residents, ranging in age from 80 to 95. The book officially launched on Jan. 25, and a story about the release party was published in the Feb. 9 issue of the Southwest Journal newspaper. There was a preview story about the event in the Edina Sun Current.
Noted Twin Cities poet and author Kathleen Novak served as both the writing coach and editor of the 40-page book, which is divided into three sections: essays people have written about home, essays about love and courage, and original stories ranging from funny anecdotes to serious reflections. “Our group demonstrates how stories bring people together, transform a difficult time and connect the present to the past as though the years had never gone by,” Novak said.
Most of the authors of Distinctly I Remember also have stories in the first two books published by the group: Cardboard in Our Shoes and You Should Have Been There.