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Congratulations to Polly Norman, author & photographer of Dances Through Glass.
Her book is a Bronze Medal winner in the "Art" category of the 2014 Eric Hoffer Book Awards, an international book awards contest. The winners were just announced the morning of May 12.
Dances Through Glass is also nominated in several categories of the Midwest Book Awards. Winners will be announced in that contest the evening of May 14.
Lee Jacobus, author "Hawaiian Tales: The Girl with Heavenly Eyes" appeared at the Barnes & Noble in Hadley, Mass. on May 10. The store gave him star-treatment. Look where his books are on display.
Jacobus' collection of short stories about the real people of Hawaii can be purchased online and in bookstores everywhere.
May 8, 2014, was a big day for Gordon Fredrickson, author of a series of books about farming in Minnesota.
He presented his Ag Literacy/Farm Heritage presentation to all of the first-grade students at Cannon Falls Elementary School in Cannon Falls, MN. At his presentation, the school library and each of the nearly 100 first graders were given a free copy of Gordon's book, What I Saw On The Farm. All the books were purchased by the Shepherd's Center of the Cannon Valley with their Book Buddies Program.
Also on May 8, radio station KDHL did a half hour live radio show from the school after Gordon's presentation. The radio show on KDHL (AM Minnesota) which can be heard by clicking here: http://kdhlradio.com/cannon-falls-students-receive-books-am-minnesota-5-8-2014/.
Here is a link to a video of Gordon's presentation that was recorded to show on Cannon Falls Community Television : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n5rWF_4IOrM.
They say your whole life flashes before you when you’re in a life or death situation, and that is exactly what happens to prison guard Wesley Weimer in the new book, The Poor Man’s Guide to Suicide (Moonshine Cove Publishing, LLC, 2014, $12.95) by author Andrew Armacost.
The novel was officially released May 10 and early reviews have been very favorable. Kirkus Review calls the book, "A somber yet hopeful walk along the ledge."
Publisher's Weekly says "Despite being pretty gloomy and grim, Armacost’s latest is readable and reveals much about the tendencies of depressed men."