On the book’s marketing campaign, some promising developments.
A Very Famous Person’s(VFP) company asked to receive a copy. Let’s call the company Palindrome Productions. Seven weeks ago the book’s press release was sent out to 2,000 media entities: magazines, newspapers, radio and TV. My guess is that someone at Palindrome Productions must have seen it and thought it would be an interesting read.
Hopefully the book will get passed to the VFP who met and knew Princess Diana.
If this VFP reads, likes and supports DEATH OF THE QUEEN OF HEARTS it could open up a lot of doors.
If I had been asked to list the 10 people I’d wanted to read my book, VFP would have been #1. Prince William and Prince Harry would have been #2 and #3.
The book’s prospects are still a long shot but it’s a slightly shorter long shot.
Keeping my karma good and my fingers crossed.
On Labor Day Sunday in 1997, like many others, I was shocked upon awakening to hear that Princess Diana had been killed in an automobile crash in Paris. Though I wasn’t yet a Diana fanatic, I was stunned and saddened. Because I work in the health care field, I researched what had happened that night in the Alma tunnel and I was disturbed and skeptical about the medical treatment Princess Diana received. I decided to write a book on my findings but in order to make it a compelling read I would write a fictional retelling and change all the names. Thus, “Death of the Queen of Hearts” was born.