Exciting news: in her second television interview generated by our PR campaign, BookSavvy author Nicole Waggoner was a guest on KFOR TV in Oklahoma City on August 3rd, 2016. We’re thrilled to share this interview, where Nicole discusses her debut novel Center Ring, and talks teaching English, moving across state lines and crowdsourcing editors for her
We’re thrilled to announce that BookSavvy author Julie Ann Cairns was interviewed a couple of days ago about her book The Abundance Code by the outlet that is so many author’s dream hit: Oprah Magazine. The article will run in the November 2016 issue. This is especially exciting since Julie Ann’s campaign ended in November of 2015, and
If you’re looking for an example of a great author interview, look no further. Nicole Waggoner absolutely nailed the talk we arranged for her with the host of KTUL Tulsa’s “Good Day Tulsa” program on May 27. We’re thrilled to share this interview, where Nicole discusses her debut novel Center Ring, a bubbling depiction of
We’re so glad that our client Jessica Kriegel was able to share her message about the harmful effects of generational stereotyping on Chicago’s WGN-TV Morning News program on April 6, 2016. See her interview here, where she uses points from her new book, Unfairly Labeled: How Your Workplace Can Benefit From Ditching Generational Stereotypes, to
We’re extremely proud of our client Stephanie Austin Edwards, who was interviewed live on WCSC-TV’s Live 5 News in Charleston, SC on March 29, 2016. Her debut novel, What We Set In Motion, presents a rare behind-the-scenes glimpse into the heart and soul of Broadway theater culture in the 1970’s. Check out this live interview
Big news for BookSavvy – and for author Joe Burgo, who worked with us for 5 months in late 2012 and early 2013:
In early January, Joe was offered an impressive publishing deal from Touchstone for his next book, The Narcissist You Know.
This deal is all the more thrilling since Joe self-published his first book, Why Do I Do That? Psychological Defense Mechanisms and the Hidden Ways the Shape Our Lives, and working with us to promote it was just one of his tireless, round-the-clock efforts geared toward realizing his decades-long ambition of finding a traditional publisher.
Not to mention that the deal stirred up enough excitement among publishing pros to be featured “deal of the week” in Publisher’s Lunch Deluxe:
Wednesday, January 8, 2014
Among yesterday’s 33 new deals: Former Saturday Night Live star Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein, co-creators of IFC’s hit show Portlandia, and the show’s co-creator and director Jonathan Krisel’s THE PORTLANDIA COOKBOOK, to Clarkson Potter, for publication in fall 2014; Journalists Jacquie McNish and Sean Silcoff’s untitled book on the rise and fall of RIM/Blackberry, expanding on their 2013 Long Form Best Reads piece published in the Toronto Globe & Mail, to Flatiron Books, at auction; and Atlantic Monthly writer and psychotherapist, Dr. Joseph Burgo’s THE NARCISSIST YOU KNOW, described as doing for narcissism what Martha Stout’s THE SOCIOPATH NEXT DOOR did for sociopathy, to Touchstone, at auction.