We were thrilled to learn this week that People magazine featured our client Anne Beall, author of Cinderella Did Not Live Happily Ever After and 6 other books. Amid buzz about Meghxit, People’s editors spotted our press release about this surprising discovery from Anne’s research: in 169 classic fairy tales, princesses are sad and there
Join us in our excitement: financial expert Tony Steuer, author of Get Ready! will be interviewed on ABC 7 San Francisco at around 4:30 PM PST today! Tony will be providing tips on how to “Marie Kondo” your financial documents for spring, explaining exactly what you should keep, and what you can throw out. Go Tony!
Exciting news from BookSavvy authors keeps pouring in this month! Tim Pollard, author of The Compelling Communicator and CEO of Oratium, just had an article featured in Entrepreneur. Titled “Making Your Presentation Memorable is Key to Making it Viral“, the article explains: “Going viral is not just for social media. If you’re in business, you
We’re buzzing with excitement about this new Wall Street Journal article featuring BookSavvy author Diane Mulcahy, whose book The Gig Economy is really shaking things up. The article, titled “The Hottest New Apps for Freelancers”, quotes Diane as she gives an insider’s look at what freelancers need in order to accomplish the back-office work handled by traditional
We are loving this piece that just appeared in Country Living by BookSavvy author Maria Polonchek, featuring thoughts laid out in her new book, In Good Faith: Secular Parenting in a Religious World. Congrats to Maria on this A-list appearance! Specifically, Maria discusses Halloween and how celebrating the ghoulish side of the holiday has brought out the
Join us in congratulating BookSavvy author Sage Lavine on her #1 Best Seller status! Sage’s book Women Rocking Business: The Ultimate Step-by-Step Guidebook to Create a Thriving Life Doing Work You Love reached the #1 Best Seller in the Women in Business category on September 28th on Amazon and sales are still climbing. For only 72 hours