Monthly Archives: September 2014

MEDIA CONNECT Interviews Maggie Linton

The following interview with Maggie Linton appeared in the premier edition of the MEDIA CONNECT newsletter. To view our summer newsletter or to subscribe for future editions, click here.   MEDIA CONNECT:  What book are you reading right now? Maggie Linton:  … Continue reading

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Best Practice Tips For Authors: Twitter, Skype Interview Tips

The following best practice tips appeared in the premier edition of the MEDIA CONNECT newsletter. To view our summer newsletter or to subscribe for future editions, click here.   FOR TWITTER By Anna Patrick, Digital Publicist In aiming for higher … Continue reading

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Author Q&A: Star Negotiator, Sports Agent and Corporate Consultant Reveals How Conversation Gets Deals Done

By Brian Feinblum, Chief Marketing Officer   Molly Fletcher has learned a lot over the past two decades while negotiating an estimated $500 million worth of deals on behalf of hundreds of the world’s premiere athletes, coaches and television commentators. … Continue reading

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14 of the Best Insults in Literature

By Johanna Dickson, Digital Publicist   A writer’s greatest weapon is their pen, and as easily as they can turn a romantic phrase they can bare their teeth with words. As the saying goes, “If you can’t say something nice, … Continue reading

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Author Q&A: Five-time Bestselling Author Discusses Civil Trial Lawyer, Fred Levin

By Brian Feinblum, Chief Marketing Officer In his new book And Give Up Showbiz? How Fred Levin Beat Big Tobacco, Avoided Two Murder Prosecutions, Became a Chief of Ghana, Earned Boxing Manager of the Year, and Transformed American Law, five-time … Continue reading

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5 Reasons Why Libraries Still Matter

Trinity College library, Dublin, via Libraries In Crisis. By Dee Donavanik, Publicity Director   Last week, the Florida Polytechnic University in Lakeland, FL opened the doors to a brand new library.  The fact that a new library is opening and … Continue reading

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Author Q&A: Former Sports Illustrated Writer Discusses Overcoming Tragedy In Tuscaloosa

By Brian Feinblum, Chief Marketing Officer   Lars Anderson, the author of six books, spent two decades at Sports Illustrated writing profiles, features, home-length cover stories, games stories, scouting reports and essays for beats that included college and pro football, college and … Continue reading

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10 Authors You Need To Follow On Twitter And Their Strategies Worth Stealing

By Anna Patrick, Digital Publicist   We can trust authors to pen hundreds of pages without batting an eyelash. But how does their craft stand the test of a 140 character limit? Twitter poses a unique challenge for authors who … Continue reading

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