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Is There An Urgency To Your Book Publicity?

photo credit By Brian Feinblum, Senior Vice President and Marketing Officer   Benjamin Franklin, who seemingly invented everything –the post office, lighting rod, bifocals, odometer, and a stove to name a few– once said words to the effect of “Don’t … Continue reading

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What’s In Your Goodreads Queue?

By Adrienne Fontaine, Publicist I very rarely buy books online. I’d rather support the few independent bookstores that are left in my neighborhood and the local Barnes & Noble. One of the things I do like about Amazon is Goodreads, the … Continue reading

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Leading with Your Legacy in Mind: Q&A with Dr. Andrew Thorn

By Cori Cagide, Associate Publicist A client of mine recently inspired me to rethink the concept of legacy. It got me thinking – what will I leave behind when I’m gone? Will I have made a difference? One very important … Continue reading

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Today We’re All Boston Strong: 5 Novels That Celebrate The City of Boston

photo by Anna Patrick By Anna Patrick, Digital Publicist No matter what city you call home, or what sports team you support, we’re all Bostonians today. Today marks the anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings, and while there are memories … Continue reading

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5 Things YA Literary Agents and Publishers Are Looking For In 2014

photo credit By Lindsey Hall, Associate Publicist In line with having just watched the trailer for The Fault in Our Stars for the umpteenth time, and realizing that April is School Library Month, I’ve decided to dedicate today’s post to … Continue reading

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6 Books From Our Adolescence That We Would Reread

  There is always that one book that silently tugs at your heart strings whenever someone asks the familiar, “What’s your favorite book?” Maybe you pause and give off a slight smile at the thought of a favorite character, or … Continue reading

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Celebrate Children’s Book Day with 7 Beloved Quotes From Children’s Literature

photo credit Today, April 2nd, marks Hans Christian Andersen’s birthday, which has been recognized as International Children’s Book Day since 1967. The day is celebrated in countries across the globe with the aim to foster a love of reading in … Continue reading

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6 Unforgettable Literary Pranksters

By Anna Patrick, Associate Digital Publicist The web has been rife with April Fools’ pranks today – it’s hard to know what news information you can trust! While viral social media pranks have been the talk of the day, we … Continue reading

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Everything​’s Coming Up Amy: Book Events To Watch Out For

  photo credit By Kristin Clifford, Partner, and Director of MC Satellite   September used to mark the premiere for that year’s television season – and that was really it! There was no such thing as a mid-season launch or summer … Continue reading

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How To Publish For Profit

By Brian Feinblum, Senior Vice President and Marketing Officer   Publishing for Profit: Successful Bottom-Line Management for Book Publishers launched its fifth edition, and any small publisher looking to survive or grow will find the guidance and resources useful. The … Continue reading

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