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Morning Brief — Tuesday, November 18

I was walking to the subway station this morning when I spotted an ad for American Airlines on the side of a bus that was promoting non-stop flights to London.  Now, I live in New York City.  Which begs the question: where exactly could a flight from New York to London stop?


Yesterday, Publishers Weekly reported on the PubWest conference in Portland, noting that one popular panel was “Authors Breaking Out” that focused on three authors discussing book tours and online marketing.  It’s great when authors are willing and able to promote their books, even better when they work hand-in-hand with publicists.  Conveniently, Phenix & Phenix Literary Publicists recently posted some handy tips from an author about how authors can best work with book publicists.  (The author, Wendy Kays, spoke about her book, Game Widow, on the Dr. Phil Show, so clearly something worked.)


November 18, 2008 - Posted by | Author-Publicist Relationship, Book Tour, Online Marketing | , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. If you’re talking purely straight lines, Icelandair flies to London with a stop in Reykjavik or Aer Lingus flies to London with a stop in either Dublin or Shannon.

    Comment by Flies Too Much | November 18, 2008 | Reply

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