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Weekly Book PR highlights

August 03 2018

What an exciting way to kick off August – our lovely clients have been everywhere from the Express (twice) to the Mail online, to Men’s Health, to Blue Peter on CBBC iPlayer. Safe to say we turned a tad green when we heard Michelle Dickinson, author of The Kitchen Science Cookbook, was given her very own Blue Peter badge! Talk about life goals!

Book publicity highlights include:

The inspirational Dani Binnington, founder of healthywholeme.com, was featured in the Daily Express sharing her experience of how cancer made her a better mum to her three girls.

Lianna Champ, author of How to Grieve Like a Champ, appeared in the Mail Online discussing how to cope with the pain of losing a loved one. Lianna was also featured in Juno sharing her expertise on how to talk to children about traumatic news.

In the Sunday Express, Azara’s amazing and natural skincare products were featured as a must-have multitasker essential for your washbag.

The new travel app, Travltalk, appeared in the Daily Record’s article about how to holiday like a professional, with the app being featured as key to a stress-free getaway this summer. Travltalk was also in That’s Life as their lifestyle app of the week – congratulations!

It was a great week for Andy Cope, the Doctor of Happiness, who was in Real Business discussing how it is possible to increase employee engagement in the work place. Andy also wrote
a fantastic full-page article for Men’s Health sharing his thoughts on the important topic of why we don’t need to be happy all the time and how we can find a better balance.

The International Business
Times shared Royston Guest’s insight on how to programme a winning
mentality and successful mindset.

One of our new clients Mike Southon, author of new book The Beermat Entrepeneur, provided his expertise in Raconteur on how business leaders can adapt the way they sell to improve their position in the

Chris Dyer, author of The Power of Company Culture, was in Real Business this week talking about what he feels makes for a strong company culture.

Looking for a unique way to improve the air quality in your home? Tea company Grass People Tree were featured in Home and Property’s list of ways to reduce the effect of inside pollution, so you can breathe easy and relax.

Nano-girl Michelle Dickinson had a jam-packed week in the UK! Michelle was featured on Blue Peter on CBBC iPlayer promoting her new book The Kitchen Science Cookbook and showing
viewers how to create edible slime. Michelle also had a fun-filled day at Birmingham’s ThinkTank Museum doing live science demonstrations and experiments with the audience…as well as a host of other interviews, including one on BBC Radio 4’s Saturday Live.

And on that lovely note to end the week on…let the weekend begin!



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