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MEDIA CONNECT Deskscape Series: What’s On Publicist Cori Cagide’s Desk?

The following article is a part of our Deskscape Series. Many of us spend up to eight or nine hours at our desks per day, making our “deskscapes” a creative reflection of the book publicity work we do for our … Continue reading

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Early BEA 2015 Buzz and Preparation

photo credit By Cori Cagide, Publicist The London Book Fair has wrapped, and before you know it, Book Expo America (BEA) 2015 will be upon us. A bulk of the authors and panels were announced last month, and more information … Continue reading

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10 “Spring Cleaning” Must-Reads

photo credit By Cori Cagide, Publicist   Spring is almost in the air! After having our fair share of snow this Winter season, I think I can speak for everybody in the northeast when I say, “Bring on the warmer … Continue reading

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Why Publishers Should Be Thanking Mark Zuckerberg

photo credit By Cori Cagide, Publicist The New Year marks the start of new beginnings, “new year, new you” mantras, an influx of gym memberships and an uptick of self-help books being published. New Year’s resolutions are taken pretty seriously … Continue reading

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2015 Book Trends To Watch For

photo credit By Cori Cagide, Publicist   A recent post on Huffington Post Books had me reminiscing on some of the interesting trends I’ve witnessed in the world of books over the last year. I think we’re finally beyond vampires … Continue reading

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MEDIA CONNECT’s Favorite Books of 2014

photo credit   Here at MEDIA CONNECT books are our jobs. That doesn’t mean, however, that we don’t enjoy reading in our downtime as well. In fact, outside of working hours, many of us are voracious readers, always on the … Continue reading

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No “Faults” For John Green

By Cori Cagide, Publicist Okay, so you may be thinking I’m late on the John Green train for this one, and I probably am. I first decided to read The Fault in Our Stars earlier this Summer when I found … Continue reading

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Summer Reading Requirements: Why It Shouldn’t Be Just for Kids

By Cori Cagide, Associate Publicist As kids most of us were assigned the dreaded required summer reading list sometime towards the end of the school year. I remember choosing which of the three uninteresting books I wanted to read, and preparing … 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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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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