It has been a busy October, which had a brilliant start with the launch of my book, The PR Knowledge Book, at the very glamorous Taj Hotel, London on 4 October, 2019.
I welcomed over 80 guests from the world of business, family and friends…and they say never mix with business with pleasure; it was such a great night that it through this old adage out the window. There were social media influencers in the room, well known people and organisations such as the Born Free Foundation, Asian Voice, Alternatives London, the Bangladesh Caterers Association, Federation of Small Business; Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council, book publishers, award winning chefs, authors and many others. I am so grateful to everyone who attended the launch event to support me and the book!
Many people since have been asking me what was it like having a book launch and the best way I describe it, is the evening went far too quickly and it was like being a bride without a groom!
At the event, journalist and book editor, Tania O’Donnell did a fireside chat with me about the book, to give guests an insight into the book.
I am delighted to say that the book has since been receiving positive media coverage, strong social media engagement and good reviews on Amazon.
The PR Knowledge Book is published by Business Expert Press (BEP) and I have written it in an easy style for anyone irrespective of where they are in the world—entrepreneur, student starting out in the media industry, home business, small business, start-up, charity, or any other type of organisation wanting to embark on their PR journey or someone just plain curious about what it entails.
The book went through a rigorous editorial process by the highly regarded Professor Don Stacks at Miami University and has received great endorsements from international business leaders. It has already been bought by the following UK universities – University of Oxford; London Business School; University of Edinburgh; University of Bath; University of Glasgow; University of East Anglia; University of Salford; University of Kent; and University of Strathclyde.