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Patrick Borzi, author, Minnesota Made Me, appeared on Minnesota's longest running public affairs show, Twin Cities Public Television's Almanac on Jan. 7. He talked about what all the athletes in his book have in common... the trait that helps Minnesota athletes succeed in their sports.
He also promoted his two upcoming signing events. Borzi will sign copies of his book at the University of Minnesota bookstore on Wed., Feb. 6, and at the Mall of America Barnes and Noble on Sun., Feb. 10.
Learn more at MinnesotaMadeMe.com.
Some 30 years ago, Twin Cities business consultant Cathy Perme made the decision to quit her day job and go out on her own. Now she's written a new book that helps others figure out if the same decision can work for them.
Fizz! How to Succeed as an Independent Consultant is set for release in early January, and on Jan. 3, Perme appeared on KARE TV's 4 p.m. newscast to share some insights from the book, including how people can figure out what their fizz is, how to go about planning an exit strategy if considering leaving a job and going out on their own, and more.
Learn more about Cathy's work at Whatsyourfizz.com.
It’s a lucky seven for Twin Cities mystery writer Marilyn Jax’s latest novel. The Lakeshore Weekly newspaper has just published a story about the Minnetonka novelist's last book award win.
The Ploy, has been named winner of the Best Fiction category of the 2018 Best Book Awards and also Best Mystery in the Beverly Hills Book Awards. The book has also won recognition in five other award programs, including the Benjamin Franklin and Eric Hoffer awards. The Ploy begins with the death of protagonist Claire Caswell’s best friend in a horrific car crash in Miami. She refuses to believe the police findings that driver error was to blame, and is convinced that what happened to Charlotte was no accident.
So, Caswell and her longtime partner, Gaston “Guy” Lombard, set out on a painstaking investigation with only a hunch to go on and some seemingly random clues found at the crash scene. They soon learn Charlotte isn’t the only woman who bought a car at the same Miami Porsche dealer to die in an accident shortly after driving off the lot in her new vehicle. The plot thickens.
Jax says the story, which took a little more than two years to research and write, was inspired by a conversation she had with one of her fans who works in the automotive industry. “He had said to me, ‘You know, the person who manages the finance department at a car dealership gets so much information about a buyer, he or she can do major damage if they are unscrupulous.’”
The Ploy is the fifth book in the Caswell & Lombard series Jax kicked off in 2007 with the release of The Find, a story set in Miami, the Caribbean and London. Jax is also the author of Road to Omalos, set in Crete; Sapphire Trails, set in Montana; and Never in Ink, set in Italy, Switzerland and France. Combined, her novels have now won 32 national and international book awards.
“I am humbled to have received such amazing recognition for each book in my Caswell & Lombard series,” said Jax, who is currently hard at work on Book 6 in the series. I Heard Everything is set for release in 2019.
For more information about Marilyn Jax and her books, go to www.MarilynJax.com.
Twin Cities novelist Mary DesJarlais signed copies of her latest book, The Cutter’s Widow, at the Barnes and Noble at Calhoun Village in Minneapolis on Dec. 20. The novel, released late this summer by Calumet Editions of Edina, Minn., was inspired by articles the author had read about women who were hanged in Britain for murdering the infants in their care either through neglect or intentional act; and Marm Mandelbaum, New York City’s original “Mother of Crooks.”
In The Cutter's Widow, the protagonist is a young woman who becomes widowed at a young age and has to figure out how to support herself. Ella comes up with a creative solution: a baby selling business, and it leads to all kinds of trouble for her. The story is set in St. Paul in the early 1900s, and thanks to extensive research by the author offers an historically accurate portrayal of the time.
DesJarlais is also the author of Dorie LaValle, which is a novel about a woman anchored in poverty, childless and tied to someone she doesn’t love. More information about DesJarlais' work can be found at MaryDesJarlais.com.