BookSavvy Author News Roundup: Q1 of 2019

Already in the first quarter of 2019, our clients’ books have brought us to Spain and the frontlines of war and back again; curated our financial records; reimagined America; breathed authenticity into our public speaking; received front page coverage and made top headlines. Here are just a few of the places where we’ve helped them get featured in the news:

ABC 7 News interviewed Tony Steuer on which financial documents to retain amid the “KonMari” trend.

CNBC interviewed Tony Steuer as an expert source on how to become a millionaire at any age.

CNN.com interviewed Karen Zilberstein about the helicopter parenting phenomenon.

TED Ideas published Allison Shapira’s essay about the importance of figuring out the answer to “Why You?”

Also, the TED blog featured Allison Shapira’s article on the one question you should ask yourself to speak more authentically, from the heart.

Ms. Magazine featured Allison Shapira’s “Five Feminist Strategies for Speaking Up.”

Recruiter.com gave front page coverage to Phuong Tran’s “Competing with Giants.”

Also in Recruiter.com was Jeff O’Hara’s piece for small businesses on identifying the right client.

Business Insider mentioned Nick Craig’s book Leading from Purpose.

Scientific American published Ellen Agler of the END Fund’s essay on where the eradication of parasitic diseases in children stands.

Washington Examiner included Rich Rubino’s op-ed on would-be presidential candidates.

B&H Photo Video invited Anthony Feinstein on their podcast to discuss Shooting Wars.

Conference Board included Henry D. Wolfe’s guest contribution about public company governance models.

Popular blog Rage Against the Minivan featured Jvonne Hubbard’s guest essay, “What I want you to know about having a dad in the KKK.”

Recent awards and honorable mentions include:

Chanticleer Award for Best Global Thriller of 2018 was awarded to Harvey Schwartz for Never Again.

Johnny Jet named Susan Solomont’s Lost and Found the “Travel Book of the Week.”

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