Free Service Encourages Reading Through Rare Access to Authors
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Greenville-based publisher Ambassador International is launching a unique book club that offers readers personal access to some of their favorite authors. Select Ambassador authors are available to attend book club meetings across the country via phone or Skype through the launch of this exciting new program.
To take part, book club leaders must feature one of the Ambassador titles from the evolving list found at ambassador-international.com/about/bookclub. Book clubs can then invite the author to be a part of an upcoming meeting by filling out a short online request form.
The author will join discussions via phone or Skype. “In addition to inviting your neighbor or your cousin to your book club you can invite the author as well,” explains Ambassador International COO Tim Lowry. “Our authors are really excited about the chance to engage on such a personal level with their readers and we think book clubs across the country will be thrilled for this unique and free opportunity.”
Both fiction and non-fiction authors are featured in the program including:
- Anna McCarthy, Forgiveness is Not an Option
- Stephen Goode, Marriage Triage
- Renee Metzler, Total Home Makeover
- Lindon and Sherry Gareis, Declutter Now
- Carrie Daws, Romancing Melody
- Will Montgomery, Lukewarm
About Ambassador International: Ambassador International was founded in 1980 in Belfast, Northern Ireland and expanded into Greenville, South Carolina in 1995. Ambassador International’s books and materials have been distributed in dozens of countries and are sold worldwide.
For more information about the Ambassador Book Club visit http://ambassador-international.com/about/bookclub. To request an interview or more information please contact publicist Alison Storm at firstname.lastname@example.org.