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One of the best ways to get attention for a book that has been out for a while is to look for natural opportunities to make connections making their way through the news cycle. After details of the Equifax breach became public knowledge, Greg Scott, author of Bullseye Breach - Anatomy of an Electronic Break-in jumped at the opportunity.
He appeared on KARE TV in Minneapolis the morning of Sept. 20, and was on WCCO Radio in Minneapolis on Sept. 17. During both interivews, he shed some light on what happened, and also shared what people can do to protect themselves now that their private information is at risk.
Learn more about Bullseye Breach at www.bullseyebreach.com.
When it comes to publicity, a tried and true method of securing coverage is pursuing stories in all of the places the author has connections. She lives in the Twin Cities now, but Kathleen Novak grew up on Minnesota's Iron Range, and that's where she set her latest book, Rare Birds. So, what better outlet to pursue a story in than The Hibbing Daily Tribune? The paper published the story, "Hibbing Native Writes About Childhood Neighborhood," in its Sept. 10 issue.
The early reviews for this title, which shares the stories of an eclectic group of neighboirs in a small Northern Minnesota town, have been very favorable. The Minneapolis Star Tribune says, "the several rare birds we meet along theway are impressionistic portraits of the community."
Learn more about the book or pick up a copy at www.KathleenNovak.com.