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October 9, 2019

The Last Entry is painted in the woodland tones of western North Carolina’s rural mountains—a cultural crossroads of post-modern Appalachia where old-time traditions clash with a rapidly-changing world. I wove my expertise of natural history into a story and characters which reflect the region’s burgeoning diversity, its struggles with poverty, and a black-market economy still tied to its land and forests. While originally from a small town in east central Alabama, I've been hunting, planting, transplanting, consuming, and teaching about ginseng for the last 10 years in the mountains of wester...

September 17, 2019

Dr. Karla Holloway, James B. Duke Emerita of English and African and African American Studies, describes what inspired her to write A Death in Harlem in this short video trailer. In her first novel about a mystery in the “bon vivant” world of the Harlem Renaissance, Holloway wanted to explore some of what she experienced growing up.

Described as “a disquieting debut that examines the seamy side of the Harlem Renaissance” in a Publishers Weekly review, the story delves into the mysterious death of prominent socialite Olivia Frelon. Olivia is an African-American woman who could pass for white. Sh...

Priscilla Goudreau Public Relations & Marketing announces that new client author Shawn Keller Cooper's popular debut novel Drawing Down the Moon is now available in bookstores throughout North Carolina.


“I’m thrilled to announce that my recently published book, Drawing Down the Moon, is now available at Park Road Books in Charlotte, Main Street Books in Davidson, Malaprops Bookstore in Asheville, Flyleaf Books in Chapel Hill, Pomegranate Books in Wilmington, Quail Ridge Books in Raleigh, and Quarter Moon Books, Gifts & Wine Bar in Topsail. There have been over 200 copies sold so far and I’l...

August 6, 2019

Author Linda Vigen Phillips shares her passion for Social Emotional Learning and writing in this guest blog featured on www.priscillagoudreaupr.com.

     PGPR&M is proud to announce new client, author Danny Thomas. Danny grew up in East Tennessee in the 1950s and 1960s. After graduating from Clinton High School in 1966 and playing football for legendary Bear Bryant at the University of Alabama from 1966 through 1971, he worked as a teacher/administrator for 20 years in Durham, NC. He and his family, 

wife Cynthia, two daughters and a son moved to Winston-Salem in 2006 when he retired. He next began consulting work which allows him time for writing.

     His family, wife, Cynthia, two daughters and a son, accompanied...

Priscilla Goudreau Public Relations & Marketing (PGPR&M) is introducing a new service for authors and business owners to help jump start their marketing and publicity campaigns for the new year.

If you’d like to market your book, company or service but don't know where to start, now you can schedule a one-hour phone consultation for a one-time charge. You can also book online at https://www.priscillagoudreaupr.com/book-online/ to schedule a time convenient for you.

PGPR&M is also now offering A La Carte services in addition to full-service marketing and promotional campaigns for our clients...

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