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Local Author Announces Release of New Book

John Capecci, a Marcy-Holmes resident, recently notified us of the release of a new book he co-authored with Timothy Cage entitled Living Proof: Telling Your Story to Make a Difference.

Living Proof: Telling Your Story to Make a Difference, a new manual published by Granville Circle Press, is the first comprehensive guide that helps individuals tell their personal stories powerfully to bring about positive change.

Co-authored by John Capecci (Minneapolis) and Timothy Cage (New York), the book is aimed at anyone asking "How do I tell my story and make a real difference?" Capecci, a resident of the Marcy-Holmes neighborhood in the University District of Minneapolis, has been partnering with his co-author for over twenty years. Together, they’ve helped thousands of advocates and hundreds of organizations share their stories, working with a wide range of clients, from "ordinary" people, grassroots activists and first-time speakers, to CEOs, entrepreneurs and some of the best-known celebrities, media personalities and professional speakers in the world.

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