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Our latest book PR success story is now online. We were appointed by Anuranjita Kumar, the Managing Director of Human Resources with the Royal Bank of Scotland and a prominent race equality campaign, to promote her book Colour Matters? The Truth That No One Wants To See, published through Bloomsbury.
Our latest book PR success story, for academic Dr Sonja Falck. She has spent eight years researching discrimination against those with the highest IQs, detailed in new book Extreme Intelligence. Her call to ban insults such as ‘geek’ as hate speech sparked a national debate about the treatment of the high IQ community.
Obtaining a publishing contract can seem like an uphill battle. Here, Ann Shakespeare, a columnist for the Church of England newspaper, a former writer for TIME magazine, The Wall Street Journal and BBC World Service, and the former assistant editor of The Daily Journal lifts the lid on what went on behind the scenes of her first book, God’s Gift of Tremendous Power (Deep River Books).
Former soldier and private military contractor Gary Roberts has been interviewed in the Daily Star. In the exclusive article, the author of new military memoir Seven Point Six Two speaks out about his six-year ordeal being investigated by the Government-led Iraq Historic Allegations Team (IHAT) over the confirmed killing of an insurgent in Iraq in 2003.
Book PR is our business, but nobody knows more about publishing than the authors we represent and that’s why we are thrilled to have launched a new guest blog. The blog will, among other things, provide insights into literature and authors’ first-hand experiences of the publishing industry and their personal writing journeys.
After the success of almost 30 critically acclaimed novels, the prodigious British author Hugh Ashton, whose Sherlock Holmes pastiches have sold tens of thousands of copies worldwide, has penned Unknown Quantities, a series of dark short stories. To mark the book’s publication, Hugh reveals the driving force and inspiration behind his decision to branch out into a new sub-genre he describes as, “the slightly weird”.
New independent research by author & racial equality campaigner Auranjita Kumar that shows that BAME employees face routine discrimination by an “institutionally racist old boys network”, and are more than 90 per cent less likely to land a boardroom job than white candidates, secures UK media exposure.
Self-help coaches Petlo, clients of book book PR agency Palamedes PR, have provided an exclusive guest editorial to a popular lifestyle website. Petlo, which comprises Pet Sutton and Elaine Lo, write about the importance of personal boundaries in a relationship, in the piece for Female First. Setting boundaries is one of many strategic insights for…