BookSavvy Author News Roundup — July

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 purpose before one’s cause.

Recruiter.com also featured a piece about purpose-driven leadership by Nick Craig.

TrainingMag featured  an essay by Tim Pollard, CEO of Oratium and author of The Compelling Communicator, about shaping leaders to be great communicators.

Indypendently ran this service piece by Ally Lozano, author of Be the CEO of Your Own Law Firm, on the importance of having a contract as a freelancer.

KZIM-AM / KSIM-AM in the St. Louis market area interviewed Michael Delman, author of Your Kid’s Gonna Be Okay about his expertise on navigating a competitive parenting landscape.

The Hemingway Society reviewed Mark Lurie’s Galantière: The Lost Generation’s Forgotten Man, calling it, “informative, and very readable”.

Martech Advisor featured the new concept from EchoPix — how to give selflessly through selfies. EchoPix is a nonprofit launched by the BookSavvy author writing as William Hawk.

The Day in New London, CT warmly reviewed Gary Maynard’s novel Plumbelly. We love local coverage!

Motherhood Moment interviewed Gary Maynard about how fiction can raise awareness about child abuse.

Library of Clean Reads reviewed Vandana Shiva: Creative Civil Disobedience, by Lionel Astruc, encouraging #seedfreedom for all.

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