Author Amy Hallberg to talk at the library on June 4.

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Amy Hallberg will read from her true-life novel, German Awakening; Tales from an American Life on Thursday, June 4, 7:00 pm at the Northfield Public Library.   She will share how - during a visit to Germany - Friedrich Schiller (yes, that Schiller) helped her reclaim her dream of writing.  Amy will walk through a simple exercise to tap into Inner Creatives.  Finally, in Q & A, she will talk about real life writing adventures and her ongoing practice of accessing muses.

Amy Hallberg graduated from Carleton College in 1992 with a degree in German literature.  She holds certificates in Editing and Translation from the University of Chicago, and Creative Nonfiction from the Loft Literary Center.  Following a two-decade career as a high school language teacher, Amy is now a Master Certified Life Coach, Book Writing Mentor, and host of the podcast Frau Amy's World: Conversation with Real-Life Creatives.