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Debut Author of RESTLESS IN L.A. Talks Getting Published and Becoming an Amazon Bestselling Author

Natalie Desai
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I hear authors give many excuses when it comes time to talk about getting published and why they aren’t yet. I hear it time and time again: “I don’t have time.” “I won’t get published.” “I have REAL responsibilities.” No matter what the excuse, the problem remains the same, you aren’t living your full potential.   […]

Lesbian News Magazine Features Marilyn Oser & Her New Novel

Lesbian News Magazine Features Marilyn Oser & Her New Novel

Natalie Desai
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During Marilyn Oser’s recent book publicity campaign her book and writing skills were highlighted in Lesbian News Magazine, North America’s longest running lesbian publication, serving as the foremost voice for lesbians of all ages. Her article “Why the World Needs the LGBT Community” is the cover feature article for the December 2015 Issue. Check out the article […]

5 Star Review for Marilyn Oser’s Latest Novel, EVEN YOU

Curve Magazine Guest Article by Marilyn Oser

Natalie Desai
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Marilyn Oser discusses her latest book publicity tour and the battle she still faces with homophobia even during the book publicity tour from other authors. Her article on one of the leading national lesbian outlets, Curve Magazine, talks books, book tours, feminism and homophobia. For full article and to join the discussion click on this link […]

Lesbian News Magazine Features Marilyn Oser & Her New Novel

What I’ve Learned as an Intern at DGPR- Guest Blog by Maryanella Torres

Natalie Desai
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Before starting my internship at Do Good Public Relations Group I was unaware of all of the aspects that go into a successful book publicity campaign. Having studied public relations in college, I knew the fundamentals but didn’t know how to tailor them for the literary world. Who knew that there was a method to […]

Curve Magazine Guest Article by Marilyn Oser

The Indie Author- Guest Blog by Author Denise Barry

Natalie Desai
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“It ain’t all it’s cracked up to be”, is what my best-selling author friend told me about being traditionally published. All of her many books have been published by big traditional publishing houses. Yet, she was the first person to encourage me to self-publish my first children’s book. So I did. Well, I learned that […]

What I’ve Learned as an Intern at DGPR- Guest Blog by Maryanella Torres