BookSavvy Author News Roundup — August

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 nourishing leadership, and why it can make all the difference.

Business.com included Ally Lozano’s advise on garnering free advertising.

The Leadership Happy Hour podcast, hosted by Lt. Chip Lutz, interviewed Nick Craig, answering the question “Is this all there is?”.

Small Business Trends reviewed Ally Lozano’s How to Be the CEO of your Law Firm.

The Gen Why Lawyer podcast interviewed Ally Lozano about building a successful law practice.

This is Mystic announced Gary Maynard’s book reading at Bank Square Books.

Advancing Women featured Janet Britcher’s insights to leaders on managing colleague relationships.

The Motherhood Moment blog featured BookSavvyPR author Bryna Siegel’s The Politics of Autism.

Cheryl’s Book Nook reviewed Gary Maynard’s novel Plumbelly.

Momma’s Bacon Blog included Michael Delman’s book, Your Kid’s Gonna Be Okay among its top summer reads.

Jessica’s a Book Lover also reviewed Gary Maynard’s Plumbelly.

Spread the love