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Thank you to all the authors who stopped by RMA Publicity's table at the 2014 Bloomington Writer's Festival in Bloomington, Minn., on March 22.
It was great meeting you and learning about all of your projects. Congratulations to Joyce Nelson Shellhart, author, "Dress to Impress, How a Navy Blazer Changed My Life." She is the winner of the free publicity consult offered at the event.
By the way, RMA Publicity is responsible for the coverage received in the Sun Current article about the event for Monica's Silent World, one of the books we represent.
Seraphina Nova was interviewed on WCCO-AM in Minneapolis on March 18 about her new novel. Another Stone to Carry is the story of a young woman who has been the victim of rape, and how she recovers from her ordeal.
Nova shared with WCCO's Jordana Green what happened in her own life to inspire the novel, and how she hopes the story will help others. Learn more about her book at http://www.seraphinanova.com.
Tell Me Press, a publishing company based in New Haven, Conn., officially launches three new titles on March. They are Hawaiian Tales: The Girl with Heavenly Eyes by University of Connecticut Professor Lee A. Jacobus, and Be Cool & Confident: A Guide for Girls and Be Cool & Confident: A Guide for Guys by California etiquette expert Wynne Dalley.
In January and February, RMA Publicity launched a publicity campaign to raise awareness about the titles. Both authors have already had numerous interviews in the local and national media.
Jacobus was interviewed on WATR-AM in Conn., on March 3rd. In Feb. he was interviewed on WICH-AM in Hartford and has had stories pulled in the UCONN Daily Campus and in the Clinton Patch as well.
Dalley has been interviewed on radio stations in Philadelphia (WCHE-AM), Atlanta (WLAQ-AM), Cleveland (WDPN-AM) and Toledo (WFIN-AM) where she offered advice for guys and girls hoping to pull off the perfect date night. There has also been an article on the Walnut Creek, Calif., Patch.com website and an article is pending on San Francisco’s Nob Hill Gazette.
Hawaiian Tales: The Girl with Heavenly Eyes is a collection of 14 short stories that look beyond the surface lives of tourists and retirees, natives and transplants, to the joys and mysteries within. Though fictional, each of the stories is based on the people Jacobus met, the places he visited, and the experiences he had both on and off the beaten path. The book has already been picked up for distribution at airport book stores along the West Coast and in Hawaii.
Be Cool & Confident: A Guide for Girls and Be Cool & Confident: A Guide for Guys by Wynne Dalley are etiquette books intended for young people learning the rules of the world. These books are being carried at several bookstores in California, and beyond.
Learn more about all three books at www.tellmepress.com.
Polly Norman, author, "Dances Through Glass" appeared at the Edina Art Center's Author's Studio on Sat. March 8th.
In her book, which is a 25-year retrospective of her work, Norman shares her struggle with manic depression and her passion for dance, both of which allowed her to create abstract images that “dance.” Norman’s process is of her own invention. She shoots objects placed behind architectural glass block in black and white. On select pieces an additional layer of imagery is created with materials of various translucencies. Many are also painted to add color.
More information about the book is available at www.pollynormanart.com/book.