Monthly Archives: June 2014

Four Ways a Speaking Event Helps Authors

photo credit By David Hahn, Managing Director I’ve often been asked over my career, “What is the best way to sell books?” And the “Chauncey Gardiner” in me loves to respond by saying, “The best way to sell books is … Continue reading

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Revamping Reading Rainbow for the Digital Age

photo credit By Nicole Martineau, Associate Publicist   If you grew up in the ‘80s or ‘90s, you’ve probably heard the exciting news that Reading Rainbow could be making a triumphant comeback, all thanks to LeVar Burton’s Kickstarter campaign. The … Continue reading

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Is “Going Tabless” Possible For Publicists?

photo credit   By Dee Donavanik, Publicity Director “To be fully present on the internet at any given moment is a very rare thing,” claims James Hamblin, an editor at The Atlantic in a recent video. He explains that by trying … Continue reading

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10 Things To Say in a Guest Blog Post

photo credit By Brian Feinblum, Senior Vice President and Marketing Officer To get media coverage in today’s world of book publishing one of the things the more successful authors do is write guest posts for many blogs who are open … Continue reading

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From College Grad to Book Publicist: How I Did It

By Cori Cagide, Associate Publicist It’s college graduation season. For many recent and upcoming graduates, the biggest question remains: “What do I do now?” As a communications major with a concentration in public relations and a minor in digital communication … Continue reading

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