BARNES & NOBLE Chooses The Hillary Effect in ‘NOOK First’ Featured Author Campaign

WASHINGTON – Today’s the day my e-book The Hillary Effect – Politics, Sexism and the Destiny of Loss goes on sale, but it comes with a booster engine: Barnes and Noble.

It’s incredibly exciting to announce that The Hillary Effect has been selected as one of four e-books in the Barnes and Noble “NOOK First” featured authors campaign, just launched.

Being selected as part of this “NOOK First” Barnes and Noble project was an incredible honor and opportunity. Now you know why we waited until this week to publish.

This is a tremendously exciting moment for the entire team that made this happen, beginning with Thomas Ellison and Hutch Morton of Premier Digital Publishing.

What a stunning send off they’ve given my e-book.

So, Barnes and Noble is the only place you can buy The Hillary Effect for now.

Thanks very much to Joe Gandelman for offering such incredible support to help get the word out on my e-book, as well as many of the columnists here at TMV, who have offered encouragement.

Pop the champagne! …just don’t spill it on your NOOK.

p.s. – It’s EXCLUSIVE to Barnes and Noble.

Taylor Marsh’s new e-book, The Hillary Effect – Politics, Sexism and the Destiny of Loss, the view from a recovering partisan, will be published on November 8th. Marsh is an author, Washington based political analyst, veteran national politics writer and commentator on national politics, foreign policy, and women in power. She has reported from the White House, been profiled in the Washington Post, The New Republic, and has been seen on C-SPAN’s Washington Journal, CNN, MSNBC, Al Jazeera English and Al Jazeera Arabic, as well as on radio across the dial and on satellite, including the BBC. Marsh lives in the Washington, D.C. area. This column is cross posted from her new media blog.

         

5 Comments

  1. Pre-ordered my Nook color this week. Can’t wait to get it.

  2. congratulations Taylor… remember, to endure the many ops that will come in/with ebook tour, avoid all irritation… advice given to me on first book tour 1992 by William Least Heat Moon [Blue Highways]. He was right. Digital, paper: same advice. We here at TMV are proud of you! That B and N chose only 4, and they chose yours, that is SO cool!!

  3. DR. CLARISSA PINKOLA ESTÉS, Managing Editor of TMV, and Columnist says:
    NOVEMBER 14, 2011 AT 9:17 PM

    I’ll remember that! Great advice. Thanks so much for your kind words of support.

    Everyone on the team getting this book out were thrilled with the B&N nod.

  4. Get out the Magic Marker and get your copy autographed.

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