, the nation's only live station about books and writers, just interviewed New York Times bestselling author
Harriet Lerner. Simon and Schuster
sent her to the station.
Then James Patterson
's publisher Hachette
sent authors Sam Hawken and Michael Farris Smith to Paperback Radio
to be interviewed, HarperCollins
sent author Stephanie Morrill, this morning. Harlequin
is sending two more.
Do you get it? America's biggest publishers are listening. In the world of radio, it matters who are listening.
Ask us to discuss your book in radio prime time
. On the radio, prime time is daytime hours! That's the good news. Here's the better news: Paperback Radio
also airs in Europe's prime time, and in Asia and Australia's prime time. Your 10 minutes or so of book review will go all over the world in prime time!
And now you know who are listening during our prime time. America's biggest publishers are listening!
We have reserved airtime on Paperback Radio
for your book. We will let you know in advance when you can expect to hear your book being discussed, live
. We will also put the sound track on our Facebook page with its 20,600 followers. And you will receive your own copy of the sound track for your personal use at your discretion.
America's big publishers are listening. Talk to them!
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