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It's nearly official...

Shhhh, don't tell anyone yet, because it's not quite formally announced, but it's just so exciting I can't keep it to myself any longer.... this press release to go out soon...... 

Following a successful pitch Practical Inspiration Publishing has appointed Bookollective as its retained agency to publicise its full publishing list from July 2017.

After more than 20 in traditional publishing working with companies such as Oxford University Press and Macmillan, Alison Jones launched the Practical Inspiration imprint as a pioneering new model in 2014: partnership publishing. Today she helps businesses and entrepreneurs write and publish content strategically aligned with their business goals.  Commenting on the partnership with Bookollective, she said: "Practical Inspiration books mean business, with support for authors all the way from initial concept through business integration, content strategy, writing and publication to marketing.  The business book market is a more exciting space than ever before and I’m delighted that this partnership with Bookollective will raise our authors’ profiles and showcase their outstanding books to a wider audience."

Bookollective is an award-winning specialist book design and marketing agency, representing publishers and authors across the world. Launched just six months ago, it was recently listed on The Bookseller’s Rising Stars list for 2017.  Speaking of the appointment, Head of Publicity Helen McCusker who will be managing the account said: “Having successfully promoted two of Alison’s most recent releases, Bookollective is delighted to now be working more closely with Practical Inspiration Publishing.  We know just how important creative PR is for authors and publishing a book can be an effective way to grow a business and become a recognised authority.  We look forward to supporting Practical Inspiration Publishing’s backlist and forthcoming projects.  These include 'Thriving Abroad', 'The Flourishing Student' and 'The Invisible Revolution’ - which were all winners of Alison's 10-day Business Book Proposal Challenge.  Using a mix of both traditional and digital marketing methods, we hope to bring these insightful business titles to a wider audience of engaged readers."

Exciting times :-)

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