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PR Talk with Cherrie Woods, Eclectic PR: 6 Tips to Help Make Your Book PR Ready!

Hello everybody! October is National Book Month.  During this month, the focus is on the importance of reading, writing and literature. However, if one writes a book and no one knows about it then their book would get lost in the shuffle.  

It’s with this mind that I decided to host PR Guru Cherrie Woods, Founder of Eclectic PR for four Thursdays of this month. She will share tips and tools on how to promote your book, how to prepare for author interviews and so much more.

In this segment, Cherrie will share 6 Tips to Help Make Your Book PR Ready! Let’s meet Cherrie!

Bio: Known as the PR guru for indie authors, Cherrie Woods is a 16-year plus public relations (PR) veteran/author who has worked in arts and culture and government for most of her PR career. Woods presents PR workshops at libraries, festivals, writing centers and conferences throughout the country and is also an award-winning poet. She is the author of Where Do I Start?10 PR Questions and Answers to Guide Self-Published Authors and has been featured in several media outlets for her PR work with authors including The Baltimore Sun, Fox45-TV, WJZ-TV, Maryland Public TV, WEAA 88.9 and SiriusXM. 


Also, check out Cherrie’s 10% discount offer on PR Packages and a 15-minute FREE phone consultation for National Book Month! You can’t beat this juicy treat! 

For more information, please visit her website at http://eclecticpr.com/ and like her FB page here: https://www.facebook.com/CherrieWoodsPR




 

 

 

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