BookSavvy Author News Roundup — August

BookSavvy Author News Roundup — August

by Sharon Bially on September 5, 2018

Not a single day of August passed without a BookSavvy author making headlines or lighting up the airwaves. From kids’ learning skills to leadership blindspots, our authors covered a whole gamut of topics. We’re pleased to share just a few of our favorites: Forbes published Nick Craig’s essay on how growth stems from finding your purpose. Forbes also published Diana Kander’s insights on how to identify leadership blindspots. Also featured in Forbes, Janet Britcher defines … Continue reading BookSavvy Author News Roundup — August

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Social Media Phobic? Facebook is (Still) Your Friend

by Sharon Bially on August 24, 2018

The news about Facebook’s embroilment in a data-harvesting-cum-political scandal kind of makes us all want to unfriend the platform for good. For sure, our collective conscience would be cleaner and we’d all be a lot less distracted without it. Some of us would probably even feel a vengeful twinge of self-righteousness seeing Zuckerberg and his cohorts caught at last with the smoking gun that proves their invention is not only bad for us, but just … Continue reading Social Media Phobic? Facebook is (Still) Your Friend

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BookSavvy Author News Roundup — July

by Sharon Bially on August 2, 2018

From beach to business reads, this summer has been a hot time for our authors in the media. Whether it’s on-air, online or in print, we’re always excited to help our authors gain more exposure for their books and brands. Here are just a few places – beyond the bookshelves – you may have seen our authors: Forbes ran this article by Nick Craig, author of Leading From Purpose, on the importance of pursuing one’s … Continue reading BookSavvy Author News Roundup — July

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