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Local People

By Charlotte Hopkins

Pleasant Hills author, Addie Herrington, hosted a book launch at the Baldwin Borough Library on June 13.  Her books, ‘Passion to Survive’ and ‘Passion to Endure’, are classified as action romance books for readers 18 and older and launched the start of her Passion book series.

 

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Addie Herrington celebrating her book launch at Baldwin Borough Library. Pictured (left to right) Jim Mader, Addie Herrington, and Angela Fenk.

Herrington always knew she wanted to be a writer and started her Passion series 12 years ago. She credits her success to her husband and editor, Jim Mader, and Angela Fenk, Marketing and Technology Librarian, at Baldwin Library, who also served as her tech girl. 

“It takes a good team that believes and likes your work to get it out there. My team is the best!” stated Herrington. 

She also wrote the nonfiction book, ‘The Life of a Single Mom Cabby’ to be released soon. Herrington thanked her readers for their support stating, “Stick with me because it will only get better.”

 

 

 

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