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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.
Receiving a cancer diagnosis is like being punched in the gut, according to cancer survivor Marianne McDonough. However, she wants people to know that with a take-charge attitude, they can get through it.
Marianne signed copies of her new book, 8 Steps to Getting Real with Cancer: Empowering Newly Diagnosed Patients and Those Who Love Them, at the Barnes and Noble in the HarMar Mall in Roseville on Feb. 18. Her event was previewed by both the Pioneer Press and East Side Review.
Learn more about the book at www.8stepstogettingrealwithcancer.com.
Bruce Ario, author, City Boy: A Memoir, was interviewed on KFAI-AM's Disabled and Proud on Feb. 16.
Ario considers the 6-months he spent from June 1983 - Jan. 1984, living on the streets and in homeless shelters in Minneapolis, one of the most profound periods of his life “I didn’t know where I’d be sleeping. Sometimes I didn’t know who I was. My life was out of control. I was going completely on adrenaline,” he said. “During this time I learned what it was like to be a powerless observer in life. I was at the mercy of society because I could not think—that is until I got the help I needed.”
Now he is sharing the lessons learned from his experience through his recently published book, City Boy A Memoir. In it Ario writes about how his struggle with mental illness nearly cost him his life, and how "an angel” led him back to the mainstream.
More information is available at www.BruceArio.com.
No matter what genre your book fits in, if you want it to sell you need to promote it, but how do you go about getting the word out? A good place to start is with a written book marketing and PR plan.
So when do you need to create one? What needs to be included? And how do you do it? These topics and more were covered in the workshop, "How and When to Put a Book Marketing and PR Plan in Place." RMA Publicity's Rachel M. Anderson led the IBPA Pub U presentation the morning of Feb. 15. A link to the presentation will be posted here when it becomes avaikable.