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When is the last time you spent a lazy day on the couch reading a book? If you can’t remember, it has been way too long.
In order to promote a culture of reading in America, Penguin Random House, GoodReads and the National Book Foundation teamed up to declare Sat., Jan. 24, 2015, National Readathon Day.
In celebration, there were reading events throughout the country, including one RMA Publicity set up at ECCO Family Bookstore in New Baltimore, Mich., just outside Detroit. Teen author Jacquelyn Eubanks read from her award-winning novel, The Last Time. She also signed copies of The Last Time and her first novel, The Last Summer.
RMA Publicity also lined up some good promotion about the event in the media. The morning of the event, Eubanks appeared on the FOX 2 Morning News in Detroit. The day before she talked about National Readathon Day and her books on KMOX-AM in St. Louis. At the beginning of the week, a preview story was published in the New Baltimore Voice.
Visit www.jacquelyneubanks.com to learn more about the author and her books.
When Michelle Goldberger, Program Director for COR Retreat, a food addiction recovery program in Wayzata, Minn., eliminated sugar from her diet entirely ten-and-a-half- years ago, she quickly lost 60 pounds and has kept it off.
Jauary 19 - 23, 2015, is Sugar Awareness Week, a time to call attention to the problems that sugar can cause. And Michelle shared her story on radio stations KDKA-AM in Pittsburgh, Pa., and WDPN-AM in Cleveland, Ohio on Jan. 19 and KORN-AM in Mitchell, S.D., on Jan. 22.
Bill Andrews, author of the novel, Daughters of the Dragon: A Comfort Woman's Story, had a speaking engagement at the Fullerton Public Library in Fullerton, Calif., on Jan. 18., and RMA Publicity secured a story for him about it in the Orange County Register.
Fullerton Mayor Greg Sebourn and U.S. House Representative Ed Royce (39th district of California) attended, as did heads of Korean American groups and Anti-human Trafficking organizations. A second event is planned for the evening of Thurs., Jan. 22, 2015, at a location to be determined in Los Angeles.
Daughters of the Dragon is the story of a young woman forced to be a sex slave to the Japanese Army during World War II. Learn more about the book at http://www.williamandrewsbooks.com.
Another radio interview for Forrest Carr. Tucson radio legend John C. Scott invited him on his show on Jan. 14 to discuss the facts and myths behind his post-apocalyptic science fiction novel, A Journal of the Crazy Year.
The book was issued this week in print. It is also available for the Kindle.
Listen to the recording of the interview here.