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Redhead’s Rap-Why pr is vital! by Sherri Rosen

Why PR is Vital Some “experts” in the field of publishing have said that there is no need for PR. The idea is that author’s can do it themselves. In a world of Twitter, Facebook, blogging, and email, why hire a publicist? And in one sense,...

The New York Musical Theatre Festival 2011-This One Girl’s Story

I met Bil Wright, author of "Putting Makeup On The Fat Boy" and many other books too numerous mention, a few weeks ago. We contacted him regarding a review in Publisher's Weekly regarding his latest book. When we met, regarding working on...

Book Review of “All In Her Head” by Michelle Paisley-Sherri Rosen Publicity, NYC

Michelle Paisley, author of "Yoga For A Broken Heart" (Findhorn Press, 2007) takes us on a wild ride of astral projection, past life regression and her life as a journalist, healer and yoga instructor/owner. Her journey began a long time ago, but...

A review of “867-5309 Jenny” by Diana Davis

Rock Legend Signs Book! Alex Call at Barnes and Noble When I was asked to cover the August 12 book signing of the memoir of rock icon Alex Call at Barnes and Noble and learned he had penned it himself, I inwardly groaned. I expected the...

The Fear Principle by B. A. Chepaitis

Slinky, sexy, slithering her way through the satellite prison called Planetoid Three, Dr. Jaguar Addams establishes a telepathic link to her subjects.  She knows about fear.  Confronting her subject's demons, she makes them her own.... Dressed...

Wisdom from the man

  Sick of flipping through the channels? Worn out from a crazy work schedule? Tired of sappy paperback novels and looking for something fresh to read that will convict and inspire?   It’s time to pour a good Australian Cabernet,...

Are you prejudice?

You know how in movies about psych wards where the protagonist is not insane, but everyone thinks she is? It’s infuriating. No matter what she does, no matter how normal or healthy she behaves, her actions are immediately classified as insanity. A...

Learning about love from down under

Imagine a city girl educated in London, Switzerland and Italy squatting around the same campfire as an Aborigine. It’s an odd pairing. Camilla Chance was raised as an aristocrat in England and presented to the Queen and Prince Philip. Banjo Clarke...

Notes From A Catholic: Dates Don’t Bite

“Where have all the men gone?” my friend Staci asked me over drinks. “All I want to do is go on a few dates, get to know some guys, but the wells are dry.” I could sympathize. It seems like every year it becomes more difficult for a...

The Importance of Hip Hop In Our Culture-review by Sherri Rosen Publicity, NYC

What prompted this blog piece was a book a friend suggested I read called "Hip Hop & Philosophy Rhyme2Reason, edited by Derrick Darby & Tommie Shelby, Foreword by Cornel West. This white girl didn't have a clue about the origin and philosophy of...

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