I am a Publicist and a published author. I was the co-creator of Book Television's 3 Day Novel Writing Contest and I'm skilled at the nuances of book marketing and promotion. I served as a Publicity Manager for a marketing firm and as a Manager for Indigo Books and Music. I write articles, short stories and non-fiction. I write and distribute press releases, book media interviews on a local and national level and work with publishers, authors, and agents to promote the Canadian publishing industry. I also work with businesses and I have appeared on CTV, Breakfast Television, Life Network, Shaw Television, TSN, Global Television and Bravo. I have also appeared in the Globe and Mail, Edmonton Examiner, Edmonton Journal, and the Edmonton Sun commenting on everything from dogs to romance, and music to lost Canadian novels.
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