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What to Do When You Can’t Finish a Book

photo credit By Adrienne Fontaine, Senior Publicist   I’m in a lull. The last book that I read in its entirety was Jhumpa Lahiri’s The Lowland, which I highly recommend. Since then, I’ve been stuck on page 384 of Remembrance … Continue reading

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Extra! Extra! 6 Great Newsroom Films

photo credit By Adrienne Fontaine, publicist As publicists, we correspond with reporters and editors in various newsrooms on a daily basis. Part of being a publicist is keeping up with the daily news, whether by reading newspapers, watching TV news … Continue reading

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The Rise Of The Young-Adult Dystopian Novel

photo credit By Alexandra Israel, publicist Young-Adult dystopian novels have hit the publishing marketplace, and hard: gone are the days when want-to-be writers dreamed of becoming the next Dante or Milton. Becoming the next Suzanne Collins, John, Green, or J.K. Rowling … Continue reading

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Caption Contest

Public relations offices are full of random memorabilia. Check out this photo of one of our senior staff members reading the paper. Suggest a caption to win some cool books, and to be featured on our blog.

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