Here at Booksavvy, we are hoping everyone had a fantastic Thanksgiving holiday, filled with family, food and good times. We have a lot to be thankful for, including amazing clients with thought-provoking ideas and ways of communicating them. Below you’ll find a sampling of some of their genius reflected in media coverage:
- Forbes featured a guest piece by Diane Mulcahy on why we should embrace, not fear the Gig Economy.
- Psychology Today continues to feature Monica Starkman. November brought us her piece about pregnancy loss awareness month and another on women and endurance.
- Oxygen Magazine published Susan Peirce Thompson’s tips for how to manage temptations during the holiday season.
- Harvard Business Review featured Diane Mulcahy’s new article on who wins in the Gig Economy and who loses.
- Psychology Today has also taken on Maggie Lamond Simone as a regular blogger! Her first article on calling mental illnesses by their name was featured this month.
- Boston Herald Radio interviewed Louie Cronin on her new novel and gentrification in Cambridge, MA.
- StyleCaster consulted Diane Mulcahy on the new rules of work and productivity — hint: don’t confine yourself to a workplace.
- Democrat & Chronicle, part of the USA Today network, shined the spotlight on Susan Peirce Thompson as an entrepreneur and author.
- The Opinionator included Diane Mulcahy’s insight on how hustling is now a common mode of work, and how that can best be done.
- Chicago Woman featured an article by Susan Peirce Thompson on how giving thanks before every meal can slim the waistline.
- Wellesley Wicked Local ran an interview with Matthew McKay on the writing process, science fiction and his daughters’ influence on his writing.
- Daily Mom interviewed Susan Peirce Thompson on sugar addiction and the right way to navigate sweets with your children this holiday season.
- Caring for My Chaos covered Maggie Lamond Simone’s tips on how to care for loved ones with depression and anxiety this holiday season.
- Booksie’s Blog reviewed Elizabeth Birkelund’s The Runaway Wife, calling it “a story about what is really important in our lives.”
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