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Never too young -- or old -- to write a book

Colton Starley, 14 of Gilbert and Martin Neveroski, 88, of Mesa, recently have published books and now are navigating technology in the changing book industry to market their books. Starley, a freshman at Campo Verde High School in Gilbert, wrote "Aura," a historical fiction book about a World War I airship when he was 13 and won the international Moonbeam Children's Award. Nerveroski wrote "Mystery of Ma's Ugly Pickel: When the American Dream turns into a Nightmare," a murder mystery about a boy growing up during the Great Depression and discovering as a young man who a murderer is of a famed cold case in the city in which he lives. The young man later uncovers the bones of a skeleton of the murder victim in a cemetery across the street from his house. (Mike Sakal/Tribune)

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