[Podcast] Harness the Power of PR with Marsha Friedman

Speaker Launcher

You’ve got your speech down, and maybe you even have a book or two under your belt. You’ve got your speech down, and maybe you even have a book or two under your belt. Show Notes: 1:45 Why Marsha finally decided to knuckle down and write a book and what it’s done for her career. Hint- do not attempt to say the name of your book 12 times). 15:09 How do people actually get booked with the media? 25:27 Marsha discusses the fine art of getting book reviews.

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EDITOR & PUBLISHER No More: Promoting your/client books

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

  We've been wondering how much longer struggling THE NEW YORK TIMES, which will be cutting  2 dozen jobs, can devote all that space on Sunday to books.    And, with Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com formalizing the process of consumer-generated reviews of the books, the function of the professional book reviewer seems to be going the way of print journalist and litigation lawyer. In short, promoting books has become more democratic.