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The Valentine's Day holiday delivered some great publicity opportunities for three of RMA Publicity's authors.
Sandra Novacek, publisher, Border Crossings: Coming of Age in the Czech Resistance, was interviewed on Feb. 11 on Xtra 99 in Norfolk, Va., Feb. 12 on WINT-AM in Willoughby, Ohio, and Feb. 13 on WDPN-AM in Cleveland, Ohio. In addition, The Daily Press & Argus newspaper printed the story, Devoted woman self-publishes husband's WWII memoir.
Novacek shared the story behind how her book came to be. She self-published the award-winning memoir as a gift to her husband, Charles, whose dying wish was to share his story with the world.
Wynne Dalley, author of the etiquette guides, Be Cool & Confident: A Guide for Girls and Be Cool & Confident: A Guide for Guys, shared etiquette tips with radio listeners of the Louie b Free show in Youngstown, Ohio on Feb. 12. and WRVA-AM in Richmond, Va., on Feb. 13 She offered tips for guys and gals on date etiquette. She was also interviewed this month for an article that will soon be published in the San Francisco Chronicle.
And David Bosselmann, author, Penroe: In Anorther Field Without Time, shared his story with listeners on PowerTalk 1210 in Tucson, AZ., on Feb. 13. Bosselmann's book is a tribute to his wife, Penny, who died of ovarian cancer in 2007.
When the pictures of Trans Asia Flight 235's plunge from the sky into a river first surfaced on Feb. 4, Forrest Carr, author, A Journal of the Crazy Year, got goosebumps. A very similar scene plays out in his novel written last year, and it's not the first incident to become a major news story he seems to have predicted in his novel.
RMA Publicity has arranged several national radio interviews for Carr for the week of Feb. 8-14. On Feb. 10 he was interviewed on radio stations WTIS-AM (Tampa) and KSJE-AM (Albuquerque). The Tampa interview aired live. The one in Albuquerque was taped to air at a later date: Feb. 18.
On Feb. 12, an interview is scheduled on KXYL-AM (Brownwood, TX). In addition, a book review is pending in the Arizona Daily Star.
Carr spent 15 years as a television news director before going on sabbatical in 2013 to try his hand at writing. A Journal of the Crazy Year is his second novel. His first was the crime/newsroom novel Messages.
To learn more about Forrest Carr, visit his website, www.forrestcarr.com.
Robert Helgeson from the Minnesota Office of Higher Education was on the Jordana Green Show on WCCO Radio in Minneapolis on Feb. 3rd. Helgeson discussed financial aid issues, such as how to fill out the FAFSA form, and the agency's education programs aimed at the underprivileged.
He also talked about the Minnesota College Savings Plan, which his office administers. Learn more about the Minnesota College Savings Plan at www.mnsaves.org.