I have some public relations advice for self-published authors.
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. […]
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 […]
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, […]
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 […]