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What if you had a book signing and no one came? First of all, you wouldn’t be alone. It happens to nearly everyone. As an entertainment publicity expert I’m ready to show how you how can stack the odds in your favor with careful planning for publicity and an event no one wants to miss. Does your book have a tie-in with a cause? Use it! These topics are important to authors in their promotion toolkit.
My guest on this episode is Lady Elizabeth Tullos, author of Ivory Wild, a fast paced, action-adventure thriller set in Africa. Charlotte Durach embarks on a mission to Lake Chad, Africa with her zoologist fiancée Quinn to study the environmental issues surrounding the lake.
While studying the endangered elephants Quinn is kidnapped by ruthless ivory poachers. Horrified at the atrocity of ivory poaching and the senseless slaughter of elephants for nothing more than greed, Charlotte wages a one-woman war against the poachers for Quinn's survival and to protect the elephants.
Lady Tullos employed the sights and sounds of Africa to produce a rousing book launch. She is a strong advocate for the protection of elephants from poachers.
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Join the Pajama Party Crew for lively, humorous conversation on today's hottest topics, commentaries, TV and movie reviews and more. We've got Poppa DD with "Living for the City" and "What's Poppin," Ketel with the Weird News and the Hollywood Wrap Up and Redwine with "I'm Just Saying" and the "Hit it and Quit it Headlines."
Each week, we feature a "Cocktail of the Week" and our world-famous "Kiss It List" where we call out people or organizations who got on our last nerves and deserve to be told to just KISS IT!
We have special guests that drop by, and our callers and we do it all with our special brand of humor, so don't miss a single episode! Sometimes, we even have a live studio audience... so you know we misbehave then!
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This week, Alan Riding discusses two new books about Shakespeare’s women characters and his personal life; Parul Sehgal and John Williams have news from the literary world; Michelle Orange talks about five new essay collections; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.
Woe be unto you writer, should you land in a Washington Post article titled “The five worst sentences I read in January.” When I read that post written by the new nonfiction book critic Carlos Lozada, I knew two things. First, I needed to interview Lozada. Second, I was afraid to write him an email.
Lozada’s voice engaged me because in addition to rhetorical smarts, he’s pretty funny. Though he’s been at the paper for several years, he began his new role at Book Party in January. I’m proud to announce the March 22 episode of Behind the Prose will feature an interview with Lozada. In classic Behind the Prose fashion, I’ll learn how he approaches his own writing craft and process and what it’s like to read and write for a living.
Besides the five worst sentences he read in January, we’ll discuss his Book Party posts including the hilarious book review “Reggie Love on life as Obama’s “chief of stuff” and the ballooning list of journalism cliches forbidden in the The Post’s Sunday Outlook section.
Oh, and if you do find yourself in one of Lozada’s worst sentences articles, don’t be upset. He just shames your offending sentence, not your entire book.
Unless, I suppose, it needed it.
Carlos Lozada is associate editor and nonfiction book critic at the Washington Post, where he has worked since 2005 in various capacities, including economics editor, national security editor and Outlook editor. Previously, he was managing editor of Foreign Policy magazine and a Knight-Bagehot fellow in economics and business journalism at Columbia University. A native of Lima, Peru, he is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and Princeton University.
Sit down and have a cosy chat with host Harmony Kent, and co-hosts Bethany Turner, Marlena Hand, John Fioravanti, and special guest host Nancy Bell. Each of your fabulous hosts today have some juicy Author Scoops for you to soak up. So sit back, relax, and enjoy. This is yet another way that Rave Reviews Book Club Profiles, Promotes, and Propels the careers of our members! To ask questions, or leave comments, during the show, please use the hashtags: #RRBC #RRBCAuthorScoop.
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Mystic Records presents Party Or Go Home! I am your host Candace D'Andrea bringing you on a journey inside the life of Punk Rock- Including where we were
YESTERDAY, Where we are going TODAY AND where the coolest venues are TOMORROW- Yesterday we cover- History of bands and what we were doing in the 1980's- Today we will have live interviews and current events- I will be playing tracks from NOFX, DR. KNOW and Battilion of Saint, You can call the studio to join us at (646) 478-3594 Check out our new web site mysticresordshq.net
Last week during our fund drive I read the Blog of the Week which spoke about a man who supposedly blamed President Obama when he was unable to signup for Obamacare. He attempted to signup after the deadline.
His story went viral in the blogosphere and in some newspapers. Mr. Lang told me that the media did not get the story completely straight. I invited him to Politics Done Right for two reasons. The first is to encourage those who have not signed up to do so at the next available enrollment period. Secondly to give Mr. Lang a platform to to explain why he left the Republican Party.