Introducing the BookSavvy Author News Roundup – Part I

The BookSavvy blog is about to get livelier as we bring you regular updates about our authors in the news!  Keep an eye out for our Weekly News Roundup, where we will be sharing our authors’ news coverage each week.

In the meantime, check out some of BookSavvy authors’ recent publicity highlights. In March alone, our authors were spotlighted in Fast Company, The Chicago Tribune, Parenting.com and much more:

 

  • Fast Company featured Jessica Kreigel, author of Unfairly Labeled: How Your Workplace Can Benefit From Ditching Generational Stereotypes, as an expert on the issue of generational stereotyping in the workplace.
  • Joe Burgo, author of Why Do I Do That? and The Narcissist You Know, gave an interview on a potential Trump presidency for Politico.
  • CNBC.com featured Jessica Kriegel in a story about the “millennial civil war”.
  • Dr. Virginia Simpson, was quoted as an expert in the Chicago Tribune’s article on teaching young people how to cope with loss. Virginia is author of The Space Between: A Memoir of Mother-Daughter Love at the End of Life.

  • Dr. Rob Bell’s article on why playing multiple sports — not just one —  is better for kids was featured on Parenting.com.
  • Stephanie Austin Edwardwas interviewed on WCSC-TV’s Live News 5. Stephanie’s novel is What We Set in Motion
  • Bibliotica blog called Edwards’ What We Set in Motion, “a well-written, compelling, thoroughly engaging story” in their latest review.
  • EMax Health ran a piece on color coding foods to lose weight – a useful tool conceptualized by The Thinsulin Program.
  • Marion Roach Smith interviewed Dr. Virginia Simpson on her blog on the thorny issue of writing (especially memoir writing) about dying and the dead.

 

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