As 2016 comes to a close, I thought I’d try something new. No, I don’t mean a New Year’s Resolution. I think this one is a bit more attainable. The best way to plan for the future is to recap the past, right? So here’s a few highlights Continue reading →
Mark your calendars! I have some exciting news to share.
I’m going to be speaking at a quaint independent bookstore in Woodstock on Saturday, July 23rd at noon. I’ll share how I navigated the publishing industry at a young age with a presentation at Continue reading →
I strolled along the shore of the Michigan peninsula – Mackinaw City, to be exact – waiting to board the boat to Mackinac Island for the first time since I was an infant. I had just bitten into the juiciest burger when my phone buzzed.
It was the manager of Barnes & Noble in Crystal Lake, Illinois.
Although video would be ideal, sometimes it’s not possible to provide funding for actors, costumes, and sets. For me, it just wasn’t feasible to outfit actors with medieval attire – nor to set up a bubonic plague street scene Continue reading →
My debut book signing event held on Tuesday, August 18th at the Barnes & Noble in Crystal Lake, Illinois was a huge
success! Many attended, and Barnes & Noble sold out of books immediately following my presentation. People were placing orders for more! I was amazed by the crowd and long line of people waiting to meet me and get their books signed.
To make my event a success, I drew upon my public speaking and event planning skills. I was in charge of handling all the
marketing in drawing attendees.
Creating press coverage for The Kiss of Death was invaluable in drawing a crowd to my event. For reference of the kinds of media relations authors could pursue Continue reading →
Hello everyone! Sarah Natale, here. Thanks for following along with Kellan Publishing and me this week. As you know, Kellan Publishing has been featuring my debut book, The Kiss of Death, by posting blogs all throughout the week. You should all be experts by now! Continue reading →
Welcome back, everyone. You’re listening to AMC 100.1, Author Marathon Central – a live radio show about readers’ favorite books. I’m your host, Sarah Natale. Today’s show features characters from The Kiss of Death.
On the line we have sixteen-year-old Elizabeth Chauncey, calling through space and time all the way from 14th century London. So tell us, Elizabeth, what is life like in 1348? Continue reading →