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Like a typical Brit, I abhor promoting myself and my work, preferring to let others do it on my behalf. But in today’s economy where the provision of book publicists is offered to only the already successful and well-known, it is incumbent on the rest of us to take over the job. And if you want to present yourself in a professional manner, you can do no better than use the Media Ready, Media Savvy Workbook to prepare.

Alison Hill takes us through the whole process from writing your synopses, constructing a strong online presence and targeting the right media outlet for your work. Ms. Hill provides checklists and makes suggestions for the types of questions you should be asking yourself before you make your pitch – another of the topics covered – to media personnel.

What makes this book stand out is its interactive nature. There are many ‘blank’ pages for the writer to fill as he or she works through the topics. When you get to the end of the workbook, you cannot help but feel more in control and ready to tackle the promotional activity required from the modern writer.

I’d recommend this book for all writers, whether they are published traditionally or are taking the new indie route.

You can buy Media Ready, Media Savvy from Amazon.
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