Well, looks like summer practically came and went! At BookSavvy, we’ve been at the grindstone, securing clips for our authors who’ve written books of all types — entrepreneurship and business books, lifestyle and health books, adult and YA novels, fanciful art fiction and even campaign trail memoirs to boot! Here’s just a few favorite clips to catch you up: Publisher’s Weekly provided a rave review — calling Dorah Blume’s self-published Botticelli’s Muse “Sensuous and provocative … Continue reading BookSavvy Author News Roundup — Summer’s Greatest Hits![click to continue...]
BookSavvy Author News Roundup — Summer’s Greatest Hits!
It’s June! Time’s really flying over here at BookSavvy. With amazing new summer reads cropping up on our desks and equally stellar authors to work with, we’re swamped — happily reading, booking interviews and getting articles placed. Still, we can find a little time to brag! Here are some of our favorite author clips from April and May: The New Yorker featured policy points and predictions about the Gig Economy by Diane Mulcahy. The National … Continue reading BookSavvy Author News Roundup — April & May[click to continue...]
Is it spring already? At BookSavvy, we had such a busy winter lining up press coverage for our authors that we were unable to make our last two news roundups! We’ve even added a new member to our team just to keep up with the staggering volume of author coverage! In March alone, our authors have been featured and reviewed everywhere from Oprah.com to Harvard Business Review and Pop Sugar. Here’s is a closer look … Continue reading BookSavvy Author News Roundup – March[click to continue...]