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William Parkhurst is the president of Parkhurst Communications. As an author and a publisher, I use Parkhurst's advice to promote books. His work has been featured on CNN, Good Moring America, 20/20, Today, Oprah!, and C-Span's Book Shelf, as well as in articles amd major newspapers, including the New York Times Washington Post, and the Chicago Tribune. Parkhurst has also appeared on NPR's All Things Considered. He lives in New York City. How to Get Publicity describes writing news releases, media kits, media campaigns, interviews on radio, TV & for print, adverse publicity, the press conference, satellite tours, and much more.
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If you want to get your book published, you have more choices than ever to accomplish your goal, and the path can be confusing if you’re new to the publishing industry. This post lays out the process in the simplest terms possible. Find other titles that are competitive or comparable to your own; make sure that your book is unique, but also doesn’t break all the rules of the category it’s meant to succeed in. An overview of major fiction genres. The most important thing to remember is that not every book is cut out to be published by a New York house, or represented by an agent, but most writers have a difficult time being honest with themselves about their work’s potential.