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From journalist to novelist at Oshkosh Public Library

4:24 PM, Apr. 30, 2013
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When CNN journalist John DeDakis decided to write a novel, he was able to draw from a pretty powerful arsenal of professional and personal experiences to craft his stories. After all, when you've been tear-gassed, served as a White House correspondent and journeyed to a lost Inca city, there are plenty of stories to tell.

The Wisconsin native will talk about his adventures and the transition from journalist to novelist when he visits the Oshkosh Public Library on Thursday, May 9. The recently retired senior copy editor for CNN's "The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer," will start his ...

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