Here at BookSavvy, we’ve had the incredible and exciting good fortune of working with a growing number of authors from overseas. First came Julie Ann Cairns of Sydney, Australia, author of The Abundance Code, in 2015. Next we were delighted to be contacted by Christian Felber of Austria, founder the Economy for the Common Good movement and author of the related book, Change Everything. Though is based in Vienna, his right-hand person, Alicia Trepat Pont, whom we coordinate … Continue reading Newsflash: BookSavvy Goes Global![click to continue...]
Newsflash: BookSavvy Goes Global!
In case you haven’t already heard from half of the book blogs on the web, Elizabeth Birkelund’s The Runaway Wife came out this July. You’ll find reviews of her newest novel, and news clips about our other authors below: Alternet featured an article on the potential dangers of Brexit in which Christian Felber provided expertise. Writer’s Digest featured Connie Mayo’s fool proof steps on how authors can best use social media for publicity. NewsMax Health … Continue reading BookSavvy Author News Roundup: July[click to continue...]
Exciting news: in her second television interview generated by our PR campaign, BookSavvy author Nicole Waggoner was a guest on KFOR TV in Oklahoma City on August 3rd, 2016. We’re thrilled to share this interview, where Nicole discusses her debut novel Center Ring, and talks teaching English, moving across state lines and crowdsourcing editors for her novel. Nicole’s personable, bubbly nature and impressive social networking skills have led to a high volume of book sales, and … Continue reading Newsflash: KFOR TV in OKC interviews Nicole Waggoner[click to continue...]