Monday, August 11, 2008

Blogging Success Story: Author Carol Platt Liebau

On my personal blog, I reviewed the book, Prude: How the Sex-Obsessed Culture Damages Girls (And America, Too!).

Well, the author of Prude, Carol Platt Liebau, read my review and emailed me shortly after I posted that blog. I was so honored and amazed that the author contacted me!

Carol saw that I am a publicist, reviewed my website and professional blog and asked we could talk because she “had some projects in the works.”

After a few emails and phone conversations, Carol Platt Leibau is now my client!

What an amazing blog success story. I’ve been contracted to do some media relations for her and have already secured her a couple of interviews.

One of my first projects was to help Carol create an on-line press kit. You can click here to see all the media she’s already secured for herself and her book.

So, if you need an expert to comment on America’s sex-saturated culture, lessons the culture teaches girls (from Black Canary Barbie to "Gossip Girl”), Teen pregnancy including the Gloucester, Mass., pregnancy pact, contact me at lori at lbpublicrelations dot com.

Not only is Carol Platt Liebau a culture commentator, she’s also a political commentator. She has guest hosted the Hugh Hewitt national radio show and can provide the following

Political Analysis & Commentary:

  • Presidential election 2008

  • US Senate campaigns, 2008

  • The Barack Obama I Knew

  • Women in the Political Process 2008

  • A New Agenda for Conservatives

  • Rescuing the GOP

Prude: How the Sex-Obsessed Culture Damages Girls (And America, Too!)
Prude is an in-depth look at the forces telling young women that being sexy trumps intelligence and character every time. For those who aren't aware of just how sexualized teen-oriented fashion, reading, movies, television and music have become and why, it's a wake-up call. For parents who want their daughters to understand the physical, emotional and psychological dangers of giving too much, too soon, it puts all the facts at their fingertips. And for anyone who cares about the impact that teen sexuality has on America's economic and social life -- and believes it's time for a more wholesome teen culture -- it's a call to arms.

1 comment:

Sandra said...

Awesome Lori! Nice catch, you go girl...

I think I'll check out this book too.