Palamedes PR is appointed by publisher Pinter & Martin to promote three new non-fiction titles
Book PR agency Palamedes PR has been appointed by publishing house Pinter & Martin to promote three forthcoming non-fiction books.
The first of these from the publisher, which specialises in pregnancy, birth, parenting, breastfeeding, yoga and psychology books, is The Positive Birth Book: The Bestselling Guide to Pregnancy, Birth and the Early Weeks by Milli Hill.
First published in 2017, The Positive Birth Book has become a widely acclaimed bestselling title and a classic reference for all mothers-to-be.
Challenging negativity and fear of childbirth, and brimming with everything you need to know about labour, birth and the early weeks of parenting, it has empowered hundreds of thousands of women worldwide to make informed, positive choices about their births.
The new edition is fully revised and updated, helping readers work out what kind of birth they really want, and how to maximise their chances of getting it.
Milli Hill, author of bestselling guide The Positive Birth Book: The Bestselling Guide to Pregnancy, Birth and the Early Weeks. It will be republished in a new and expanded version by Pinter & Martin later this month.
Antonella Gambotto-Burke, author of Apple: Sex, Drugs, Motherhood and the Recovery of the Feminine. It will be published through Pinter & Martin in June 2022.
The agency will also be promoting Apple: Sex, Drugs, Motherhood and the Recovery of the Feminine by revered journalist and author Antonella Gambotto-Burke.
Described as a “devastating uppercut to a patriarchal ideology that has marred billions of lives”, Apple completely revises our understanding of addiction, art, drug use, homosexuality, murder, pornography, sex, war, and, critically, the significance of birth, infancy and motherhood in relation to human existence.
The final book being promoted is The Children’s Inquiry: How the State and Society Failed the Young during the Covid-19 pandemic by Liz Cole and Molly Kingsley, founders of campaigning group UsForThem.
Drawing upon exclusive testimony from academics, politicians, scientists, educators and parents, as well as former Children’s Commissioners, the book highlights how the Covid pandemic has had a shockingly detrimental impact on children’s education, mental health and wellbeing, with the authors accusing policymakers of sacrificing their health and welfare for that of adults.
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