Author(s): Marianne Kavanagh
Tess and George are soul mates. They went to the same university. They both live in London. They have a wide circle of friends in common. But throughout their twenties, despite their friends' best efforts, they never actually come face to face. Not being sure that they deserve more, they both settle for second best. Finally, years later, they meet at a friend's birthday party. But is it too late?
* Will attract review coverage across the spectrum of women's magazines and colour supplements * Review and interview coverage in broadsheet and tabloid newspapers * Selected national radio interviews in Australia and New Zealand * Wide online review coverage * Significant budget for Mother's Day catalogues and advertising in bookseller newsletters * Light-wall advertising campaign at major airports * Major online advertising campaign on websites like The Hoopla, Mamamia and high profile vintage fashion blogs * Print advertising in selected women's magazines * Book trailer available for hosting on bookseller sites a month before publication * Banner advertising on bookseller websites * Advertising on book social sites like Good Reads and Reading Room * Major social media campaign including dedicated Twitter and Facebook competitions * Feature title in Text newsletters and website * Bound proofs available
Marianne Kavanagh has worked on a number of UK magazines, including Woman, Tatler and the Telegraph's Saturday magazine. She joined the launch team of Marie Claire, where she became deputy editor, before leaving to spend more time with her family. Since then, as a freelance editor and feature writer, Marianne has contributed to a wide variety of newspapers, magazines and websites, including the Telegraph, Mail, Guardian, Marie Claire, Easy Living, MyDaily and Red. She writes a weekly column, 'Surviving Teenagers', for the parenting site Parentdish. She lives in London.