Crickhollow Book News

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Author of A 1,000-Mile Walk on the Beach, Loreen Niewenhuis, is polishing her boots for a new big trek. On April 1 (no fooling!) she’ll start a fresh 1,000-mile hike around the Great Lakes shoreline, with her first steps taking place in Port Clinton, Ohio. For details of the coming adventure, follow her on Facebook at the Loreen Niewenhuis Fan Page.

Author Sylvia Dickey Smith was at the Art in the Park festival in Orange, Texas, two weekend ago and had a great reception for her books, including A War of Her Own and the recent release of the first book in her Sidra Smart mystery series, Dance on His Grave. Big sales and lots of positive feedback from fans.

Author Philip Martin was a speaker at the 10th annual Spring Writers Festival at University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. He gave a talk to a roomful of writers on tips for creating a compelling story, based on his recent book How To Write Your Best Story.

Author Stephanie Lowden was interviewed on a Milwaukee public radio station, WUWM’s “Lake Effect” arts & culture show, offering insight into how she came to write her historical novel for middle-grade readers, Jingo Fever, set in Wisconsin, that looks at anti-German sentiment during World War I.

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