Summer Ain't No Good! And other book myths revealed by Smith Publicity – Part 2


This morning I celebrated the start of the day by sipping a mimosa, watching the sunrise from Malibu beach and finishing a new book.  I wobbled back to my car enriched and inspired with a sense of happiness.  With July 4th just around the corner,  I love summer.

And that’s why this upsets.  According to below, there is a myth that summer is a bad time for books.  I can’t believe it.  Doesn’t make sense to me.  Since I can remember, everyone finds a book and reads throughout summer .  So let’s turn to the experts at Smith Publicity for some clarification:

Coming from Dan Smith, CEO/Founder of Smith Publicity:

Myth: Summer is a bad time to promote a book—In my experience, this is flat-out not true. Why? Because the very fact that many people still think summer is a bad time, means less competition you’ll have when vying for media attention. Do newspapers and magazines and radio shows stop in the summer? Of course not. Do local network affiliate TV talk and news shows stop in the summer? No!”

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