"Let's Book This One" 77 Secrets for writing unforgettable news releases for your book project

which generate the interview requests you want from Editors and Producers for your expertise, your service, or your publication (nonfiction book, column, newsletter, booklet, tips sheets, report, manual) $14.95

by Andrea Reynolds, Copyright 1999-2018
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77 Secrets for writing unforgettable news releases focuses on tips and advice for writing press and media releases for experts like you who want to publicize their tips booklet, how-to book, or manual, so you ...
- get the attention of editors (newspaper, magazine) or producers (radio, TV) and
- prompt them to contact you for an interview.
- increase your public visibility and credibility prior to your publication's release for advance orders.  

The Author Andrea Reynolds learned to write news releases in 1970 at Kent State University's Journalism Dept. (to be precise: Taylor Hall, the scene of the May 4 1970 shooting of students by the National Guard) and has earned a living for more than 35 years as an independent writer-consultant-promoter writing releases for her clients. She has used news releases to generate international press and media coverage to attract clients in 7 countries. Her clients have been well-known and unknown experts, and CEOs at Fortune 500 companies.

Her news releases continue to result in quotes, profiles and feature stories, not only in hundreds of newspapers, but also in Time, Success, USA Today, Canadian Business, Entrepreneur, and The Financial Post. They have also generated invitations to appear on radio and national TV shows including David Frost's Frost Over Canada, and calls from The Today Show, Leeza, Ricki, Rolonda, and Montel.  

The Report "This 25 page report (which was originally published as a 5.5" x 8.5" booklet and an e-report later) contains my secrets for writing exciting, but believable, news releases for nonfiction books which editors and producers love to receive. And it includes examples of my releases that worked for me. Out of courtesy for my clients' privacy, I use releases for my own books as examples."  

1. Glossary of terms
2. Think about what you want the release to do for you.
3. Interview yourself.
4. Find the story behind the story.
5. Answer the editor's or producer's questions.
6. Use journalism techniques.
7. Present it in the right format.
8. Write your headline.
9. Add clincher materials.
10. Create an envelope that begs to be opened.
11. Send your release to the right people.
12. Get ready for stardom and success.
13. Sample press releases:

  • The Halo Factor (This is the news release that resulted in a 15 minute radio interview which generated $30,000 from investors for my book publishing project.)
  • Build Your Own Million Dollar Advice Empire
  • 365 Critical Questions You Need to Ask Each Other Before You Marry (booklet)
  • Bed & Breakfast Guest Do's and Don'ts (booklet)
14. Samples of clincher materials: - Fact sheet - Suggested Questions - Cover letter
15. Special Offer: Your release critiqued by Andrea Reynolds at a special rate.

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