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Congratulations to Doug Corneius, author, The Baker's Daughter. His novel is currently listed on Amazon.com as one of the top ten books in the category of "Hot New Releases for Religious Inspired Fiction." KIrkus Reviews calls the novel, which is set during World War II, "A stirring story of Berlin teens' contributions to the Resistance."
The book officially launched with a party at Church of the Open Door in Maple Grove, Minn. on Feb. 26. More information about this title can be found at www.dpcornelius.com. Books are available for purchase now on Amazon.com.
Students from Valley View Middle School and Edina High School in Minnesota shared their love of music with residents of The Waters of Edina senior living community on Feb. 21.
They came to the community to perform as part of the Harmony Bridge program, which is designed to bring young musicians and older music lovers together for an intergenerational learning experience. Students between the ages of 12 - 18 practiced the art of performance as they played such classics as “The Muffin Man,” “Home on the Range,” “Ode to Joy,” and “Let There Be Peace on Earth.”
After the performance, students mingled with residents of the senior living community, offering both generations opportunities to engage.
Learn more about the Harmony Bridge program at www.HarmonyBridge.net. More information about The Waters can be found at www.TheWaters.com.
I am very excited to learn that a marketing tip I shared has been featured in the San Francisco Book Review article, "33 Tips From Book Publicists For Self-Published Authors."
Teen author Justin M. Anderson appeared on KARE-TV's 4 p.m. newscast on Feb. 20. He and anchorman Pat Evans talked about his new nonprofit publishing company, Sigma's Bookshelf, which exclusively publishes the work of teen authors between the ages of 12-19. In 2017, five lucky teens will be able to get their books published for free. Tax deductible contributions that help make this happen can be made on the company's Give MN page.
Also this month, Sigma's Bookshelf will be featured as part of I Love to Read Month events at Valley Middle School in Apple Valley, Minn. and Deephaven Academy in Deephaven. Learn more about Sigma's Bookshelf at www.SigmasBookshelf.com.