Targeting the Newspapers for Book PR

Interspersed with the “at home” holiday snacks and drinks today I managed to put together another bunch of addresses for recipients of my PR materials that will go to Newspapers.  It’s always amazing to see how long it takes to get things done on the internet with the distractions of pop-up ads and side-bar junk.  It’s no wonder that I find it so much easier to get my actual writing work done on the old computer that I don’t connect to the internet.  With that machine I can just get in the “zone” for writing and stay in there for hours on end.  It makes for consistency and well developed thoughts rather than the usual “snap judgement” stuff. Yesterday evening I upgraded my LinkedIn subscription for a fee of $20 per month.  I figure three at home book sales per month will cover the additional cost and I can certainly manage that. I am hopeful that the additional coverage will give me an even larger audience for book sales and PR as we move toward the release date of 1 March for my book, “Rough Enough”

http://www.pdbookstore.com/comfiles/pages/RichardMcBee.shtml



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