Wednesday, October 1, 2014

PR Advice for Self-Published Authors

I have some public relations advice for self-published authors.

Irvin Waller, Victims’ Advocate

Babble On clients tend not to shy away from the tough subjects and Irvin Waller is certainly no exception.His book new book Rights for Victims of Crime:  Rebalancing Justice (Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc. – http://irvinwaller.org/) is a must read for anyone who pays taxes. Or anyone  who has ever been a victim of crime. […]

The Unveiling

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Leah Lambert Pulitzer Prize-winning composer and author Michael Colgrass is no slouch – so when he gushes and glows over a book, you know it’s worth reading. The Unveiling, a new book by first time author Leah Lambert is garnering all kinds of praise from all kinds of important people. Lambert is a dear family […]

Forever Friends, Forever Facebook

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What are the odds? I bumped into Patti Cross, a dear old high school friend on a friend’s Facebook page. I hadn’t seen her in years. Patti is now a senior lawyer in the Office of the Chief Justice in the Ontario Court of Justice. So the mutual friend we discovered we had, Deborah Moskovitch, […]

www.foodbabbler.com

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Photograph Courtesy of Jeff Fuchs Talk about out of the frying pan and into the fire! Deborah Keegan doesn’t just help Babble On cook up great PR traction, she’s also a chef. And a mighty fine one at that. Deborah has launched a new blog http://www.foodbabbler.com/ that is filled with all kinds of great cooking […]