Avio Publishing News 10-27-2018

It has been a very busy year working on IA Mullin’s next release, Redsands. The cover is almost ready to be revealed, the proofreading is in progress, and all that is left is the final formatting before uploading the files for printing. It will be ready to go for release on December 7, 2018. IA Mullin will be having a book signing sometime, but the date is not set yet, more information will be coming soon. In addition, there are two great events coming up in November. On Saturday November 10, IA Mullin will be at the Loveland Public Library’s Local Author Showcase. Then on Saturday November 24, Avio Publishing will have a table at the Eaton Area Small Business Trade Show held at the Eaton Area Recreation Center. Watch for more updates about the Trade Show on the facebook page https://www.facebook.com/eatonareachamber/. Come on out and support your local authors and businesses. We hope to see you there!


News and Upcoming Event for author IA Mullin!

We are pleased to anounce the publishing of IA Mullin's second book in her Redsands series, Maefair. You can learn more on our Books page. Her third book in the Redsands series is in the editing process and is slated to be released late in 2018. In honor of the release of Maefair (Redsands Book 2) IA Mullin will be at the Eaton Public Library on December 8, 2017 from 3-6pm signing copies of her new book. Hope to see you there!

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Thoughts from IA Mullin for March 2017

At the beginning of March, I had the privilege to be a presenter at the Eaton Middle School Career Day. I talked to three groups of students about how to start down the path to become an author. I told them to learn about themselves and the world around them. The keynote speaker for the day also talked about paying attention to the world around them as they go through school. The whole day made me stop and think about my own school years. I had been a student in that very building, most of the teachers I knew have since retired, but I could see the same types of interactions between the students and teachers that I had seen as a student. Some students prefer to stay to the sides, wanting to be anywhere but school, while many students work hard to do what their teachers ask of them. It was therefore inevitable for me to recognize yet again the important role that teachers play in the lives of all their students. Every student is affected by the personality and charisma of that individual standing at the front of the room. Some teachers lose sight of that connection, and some make better connections with the students than with their parents, but every teacher will have an impact.

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