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The Stillwater Gazette newspaper has published a story about Patti Isaac's recently released memoir, The Second Long March: Memoir from a Witness to China's Transformation. In the book she shares observances made during her time in China in the 1980s, and what it was like when she returned more than 20 years later. Learn more about the book on the publisher's website: AtmospherePress.com.
RMA Publicity is happy to share that author Sheila O'Connor was the first author featured by the new Book Butler Book Club, which is currently operating at the Ben Hotel in West Palm Beach, Floirida.
Not only is her book, Evidence of V, being made available to hotel guests for reading, she was invited to Palm Beach to participate in an in-person Q & A the evening of August 25 that included a dinner and drink pairing by international celebrity Chef Marc Rosen!
There has been a lot of talk lately about the possibility of another polio epidemic in this country after the virus that causes it turned up in New York’s wastewater. The effects of living with a relative who had polio played such a profound affect in Minnesota author Judith F. Brenner's life, that in her debut novel, THE MOMENTS BETWEEN DREAMS, one of her main characters lives with the illness as well.
The story is set in the 1940s and 50s. Back then, there was fear over the polio epidemic that paralyzed adults and mostly children, and WWII was raging in Europe. Another parallel between the 1940s and 50s and today…. a rise in domestic violence. A report from the Domestic Violence Network shows calls to police nearly doubled during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Judith F. Brenner will share her experience with polio, and also talk about her book during an author talk at the Barnes & Noble Booksellers store in Maple Grove, Minn., on October 29, 2022. The event will take place between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. There will be a reading, an author Q&A and a discussion with CornerstoneMN's Program Director, Cheryl Kolb-Untinen.
Brenner participated in a similar event at the Barnes and Noble at the Galleria Mall in Edina, Minnesota. on August 29, and a preview story about the event was published in the MN Sun Current.
Learn more about the book, or pick up your copy today online at Judithfbrenner.com.
It has been a busy summer for the men and women who serve the West Metro as first responders, and their neighbors at The Waters of Plymouth senior living community appreciate everything they do. The community hosted its annual drive-thru barbeque for first responders on August 31st, and several Plymouth police officers and firefighters turned out for the event.
In addition to enjoying the hotdogs, hamburgers, fruit and cookies served by staff, each first responder who came received a hand-written thank you note from the residents. They were handed out by one of the community’s most famous residents. Walter McNeil, also known as Wally the Beer Man, who sold beer at Minnesota Twins games for nearly three decades before retiring in 2010.
Both CCX Media and KSTP Television covered the event. So did the MN Sun Sailor, which will be publishing a story in next week's edition.