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RMA Publicity has a proven track record of successful marketing, PR & media campaigns for clients in a wide variety of industries, though our focus is on Book Marketing and Book Publicity. The key to our success is a strong understanding of what it takes to get your target audience's attention.
We are located in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis-St. Paul, but are able to service clients in cities throughout the United States. Want to learn more about our services? Browse this website then contact us for a publicity consult.
Winners of the Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA)’s 32nd annual Benjamin Franklin Awards program were anounced the week of May 4, and three books RMA Publicity helps promote won recognition. Congratulations to Judy Stoffel, author, #LookUp: A Parenting Guide to Screen-use. Her book won gold in the Parenting and Family category. Gardeners of the Universe by Ronald E. Peterson won a Silver Medal in the Sci-fi and Fantasy category and Sit Stay Pray by Lina and Robin Kelleher won a Silver Medal in the Humor category.
Normally, the awards ceremony would be a grand gala held in California, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year's awards cermony was virtual.
More than 160 volunteer librarians, booksellers, and design and editorial experts – most with decades of book industry experience – judged the 1,697 entries submitted in this year's prestigious Benjamin Franklin Awards before settling on the 164 unique finalists.
May is Better Hearing and Speech Month, and a story featuring one of the Twin Cities' best-known hearing experts, Dr. Michael Paparella, and his recently released memoir, Just Another Immigrant's Son, aired on KSTP Telvision's 5:30 p.m. newscast on May 3rd. Pick up your copy online today on the distributor's website: ItascaBooks.com.
Congratulations to Sheila O'Connor, author of the novel, Evidence of V: A Novel in Fragments, Facts and Fictions. Her book has won first place in the Novel & Short Story category of the Minnesota Book Awards. Winners were announced the evening of April 28 in a virtual awards ceremony.
Evidence of V is the story of a talented 15-year-old singer and nightclub entertainer who gets pregnant after falling in love with an older man. She is then sentenced to the Minnesota Home School for Girls in Sauk Centre where she is to receive “rehabilitation,” but she instead endures injustices that will change the course of her life, and the lives of her descendants, forever.
Learn more about Sheila O'Connor's work on her author website: SheilaOconnor.com.
A story has just been published in the Moose Lake Star Gazette about teen author Tiffany Lonetto's latest title, My Adventure. In it she may have unknowingly predicted what could become a sign of the times.
My Adventure, currently available for purchase on Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com, is the story of a young girl whose parents are germaphobes. So much so that she has spent her entire life locked up in her house, never able to feel the grass under her feet or interact with people outside her family. But one day she gets up the nerve to open her window, and that’s when the adventure begins.
My Adventure was published earlier this year by Sigma's Bookshelf, what is believed to be the first and only traditional book publishing company that exclusively publishes the work of teen authors. Learn more about the company at Sigmasbookshelf.com.