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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.
RMA Publicity has been selected as one of the presenters for the Rosemount Writer's Festival and Book Fair. The event will be held at the Steeple Center in Rosemount, Minn., on March 18, 2017, from 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Company founder Rachel M. Anderson, will be leading the workshop titled, "How and When to Put a Book Marketing & PR Plan in Place." The hour-long workshop will be taught between 2 p.m. - 3 p.m. Cost is $15.
Here is a link to the festival registration page for those interested in signing up.
Sigma's Bookshelf, a publishing company exclusively for teenage writers, is featured in this week's edition of "Independent Publishing Now," a newsletter published by the Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA) for its members. The article begins with the phrase, "You're never too young to start their own publishing company." Justin is just 15-years-old.
To learn more about the company, which is exclusively publishing the work of teen writers, ages 12 - 19 at no no cost to them, go to www.SigmasBookShelf.com. Sigma’s Bookshelf is a sponsored project of Springboard for the Arts, a nonprofit arts service organization. Contributions on behalf of Sigma’s Bookshelf a tax-deductible. Donations can be made online at this link.
Twin Cities life coach Annie Meehan discussed the 7 Steps to Transformation as outlined in her book, Be the Exception, on KARE-TV Minneapolis on Jan. 27. Meehan went from being homeless to having the life of her dreams. She says anyone can do a mental rewrite that will help them focus and move forward.
Learn more about Annie and her book at www.AnnieMeehan.com.
There is an article about Twin Cities author Laurie Rossin's medical thriller, Danny's Boy, in the Jan. 26 edition of Sun This Week newspaper. In the article, Medical Thriller 20 Years in the Making, reporter Andy Rogers shares the story of how the semi-retired Eagan, Minn., woman finally got her novel finished and into the marketplace. He also points out how Danny's Boy is a story that blends romance, loss and love with science, medical ethics and moral dilemmas.
Learn more about the book, or pick up your own copy online at www.dannysboy.com. The author is currently hard at work on book two in the series. The title will be Danny's Revenge.