Welcome to LitPR

Literally Public Relations is a boutique publicity and marketing agency specialising in creative, innovative and cost-effective PR solutions for self-published and published authors, publishing houses, food writers, chefs, food&drink producers and retailers, SME business owners, entrepreneurs and successful business men and women. With a proven track record of getting media coverage across print, online and broadcast media, Literally PR is a successful and fast-growing company built on the 12+ years experience of director and founder, Helen Lewis who continues to work as a freelance journalist alongside the PR activities.

Specialist Subjects Include: Book Publicity & Marketing Services, Author Publicity & Promotion, Food & Drink PR, Digital Marketing, Social Media Consultancy, Publisher Marketing & PR Support

Literally PR is based in south-east England, just outside of London. A trusted team of PR, media buying, journalism, publishing, food&drink and copywriting experts are on hand to provide advice about launching your new product/book, and we love working with passionate people to bring their hard work to life. We love social media, revel in networking events and are full of ideas! Literally aims to provide a competitively priced, realistic, inspiring, honest, memorable and reliable PR service for each and every one of our clients from as little as £30. We have a wealth of experience in events organisation and management, and have hosted many media parties over the years. More recently, since 2012, we've specialised in creating memorable, fun and media-friendly book launch events.

 

 

 

Book a free 20-minute consultation online!

You are welcome to book a free 20-minute consultation with Helen Lewis, Director of Literally PR, to discuss your objectives from our next publicity and marketing campaign, plus gain ideas about how we can support you through a collaborative campaign process. Bookings can be made online (http://theliterallyagency.simplebook.it/scheduler/manage/event/1/unit/1). We are taking bookings from September 6th 2016.

Featured Clients

  • The eBay Guy

    George Wallace, The eBay Guy, comes from Fife in Scotland. George joined the Royal Air Force after being kicked out of school at 15 without sitting any of his exams. George now boasts an Honours Degree in Electricity and…

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  • J Merrill Forrest - Flight of the Kingfisher

    Jane (J Merrill Forrest) lives in a small Wiltshire village with her Greek husband and crossbreed dog. She has…

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  • Liza Perrat

    When she met her French husband on a Bangkok bus, she moved to France, where she has been living with her family for over twenty years. She works part-time as a French-English medical translator for a company in Lyon, and…

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  • Paul Ballman - Red Pill

    Dr Paul Ballman has a huge wealth of experience in coaching and consulting with some of the most senior leaders in the business world. He studied at LSE before completing his doctorate in psychology at Birkbeck College,…

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  • Amanda Minaker - The Three Sisters Trilogy: The Valley of Death

    Life altered immeasurably once she enrolled in her first college class at Northwestern Michigan College. She never looked back. She now holds a Master of Education from Lesley University and is currently completing a Master…

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  • Catherine Wright Smith

    Catherine Smith is a mum to two daughters (now aged three and six) and struggled with sleep deprivation when the little ones were younger. Recognising the need for practical help for other parents suffering from lack of…

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  • JJ Marsh

    The idea for JJ Marsh's crime series was born out of a desire to write an intelligent crime novel in which there were more roles for women than ‘dead prostitute’. The decision to self-publish was…

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  • A Bello

    A Bello created a gripping tale with her debut YA fantasy fiction, starring Emily Knight, who is far from ordinary and she hates it. Amassing a huge following, the author has taken the bold move to launch…

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  • AJ Foxx

    Mother and daughter duo, Jennifer Foxx and Anji Foxx, have created the Mr Hendrix adventure picture books for pre-school and early years children together, borne from a passion for their Pomeranian puppy, called Hendrix,…

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  • The 99 Essential Business Questions

    Gia Campari, David Glassman, Michael Jeans, Patrick McHugh, David Peregrine-Jones, David Shannon and Benjamin Taylor bring combined experience from across a wide range of business sectors to solve your professional problems…

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  • Carmella B'Hahn - Heart of Relating

    "I was speechless as a child for no apparent reason and unable to connect with others or life in a normal fashion. Doctors agreed…

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  • Chiew Chong - Life on Planet WWF

    Life on Planet WWF is a business memoir with a difference. Chiew Chong veered off his corporate ladder to find success, passion and meaning at the World Wildlife Federation (…

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  • John Sullivan and Chris Parker - The Brain Always Wins

    A groundbreaking new self-development text that shows you how you can truly achieve well-being and performance optimisation. This is an essential read for anyone who needs to maximise their performance, manage pressure…

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  • Wendy Waters

    Wendy is already well known as a singer, composer and librettist, having performed in venues all over the world. She is the composer and lyricist of the musicals Scheherezade and Goddesses, has fronted Jazz bands in Honolulu…

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  • Dr Anne Dickson - Reconnecting With The Heart

    Reconnecting With The Heart explains how emotional health is as important to wellbeing as physical and mental health. Accessible and practical, the book guides you through the whole range of emotions, clarifying the frequent…

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  • Jenny Garrett

    "I want every female breadwinner to not feel isolated, but stand tall and celebrate their situation. This is book is based on real life and provides a practical framework for female breadwinners to be successful…

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  • SJ Parkinson

    SJ Parkinson was an Air Force avionics technician, a decorated veteran of the Persian Gulf War and several United Nations peacekeeping missions. He has lived overseas in numerous countries and travels extensively. He has…

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  • Being Me (And Loving it) - By Naomi Richards and Julia Hague

    Naomi was the first life coach for children in the UK and has been coaching since 2004. She works extensively in the UK as well as coaching internationally, running unique workshops for children in schools, writing about…

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  • Time: The Immortal Divide Book Three in The Chronicles of Fate and Choice trilogy - KS Turner

    Before her shift in career she worked as a fashion designer for major high-street brands, a graphic designer for musicians, and a product designer for corporations as well as dabbling with designing technology, sustainable…

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  • My Mother, My Daughter, My Self by Dr. Jane Goldberg

    Jane G. Goldberg, Ph.D. has had a long, successful career that has been fuelled by two professional passions: psychoanalysis and holistic health. As a psychoanalyst, she has authored eight books including The Dark Side of…

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  • Knickers Models Own Cancer Research UK

    Caroline Jones is the powerhouse behind the headline-hitting, homespun fundraising campaign, Knickers Model's Own. Heartbroken but determined after the loss of her Mum, Caroline chose to focus on Cancer Research UK following…

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  • Mary Hamer

    Mary Hamer is a regular on the literary festival scene and is frequently invited to talk about the incredible depths of research that went into the creation of Kipling & Trix. Mary's fifth book but first novel, Kipling…

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  • Sarah Mathilde Callaway

    Sarah Mathilde Callaway lives in Verona – Shakespeare’s romantic setting for Romeo and Juliet – where she is the events and communication director of the Torre dei Lamberti, the iconic 12th century tower…

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  • Sutralis

    Sutralis is a small agency based in Lille, France. The agency was created in 2006 to help provide food & drink companies with an efficient and affordable support to launch their product and develop their sales in France…

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  • Gourmet Raw & Happy Snacks

    It’s not all about being healthy - although of course that's important. Gourmet Raw cares about the impact its products have on the environment as well. So they work closely with like-minded, friendly suppliers…

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  • Lee Brown

    Lee Brown, and his girlfriend, lost their mothers during the writing of 'A Very British Afterlife'. His girlfriend commented that reading the book helped her picture her mother in a happier place. Death and comedy…

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  • Steven Berkoff - Sod the Bitches!

    Challenging themes that haunt the Berkoff canon are ever-present in this startling novel: his luxurious verbosity; his counterpoint of crude street patter and elegiac proclamation; sex wars; class wars; dislocation and abandonment…

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  • Gavin Morse

    Homegrown on British bangers and mash, Gavin Morse moved to France during his adolescence for the steak-frites. Living in Alsace, eastern France, he had the Vosges Mountains as his playground. Gavin was soon hiking and mountain…

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  • Dylan Brody - The Modern Depression Guidebook

    “Depression lies. It tells you that it is permanent and necessary and central to your creativity and individuality. But there is no circumstance or situation so tragic that it cannot hold within it a kernel of humour…

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  • Sonja Lewis - The Expat Writer

    Sonja Lewis was born in Georgia, United States and has been living in London for many years. A journalist by trade, author of The Barrenness and more recently The Blindsided Prophet, Sonja is known as 'The Expat…

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  • Derrick Evans - Mr Motivator - The Warm Up

    Derrick Errol Evans, better know as Mr Motivator, is a Jamaican-born British exercise instructor. He rose to fame in the early 1990s through appearances on the UK breakfast television show GMTV, where he dressed in…

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  • Dr Kevin Clarke

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  • Will Ottley

    Will Ottley grew up in rural Suffolk, England. He has travelled extensively and his experiences found expression in Mountain Garden, a book that he had always wanted to read. He lives in London and now writes full…

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  • Ciaran O'Connor

    Ciaran O'Connor works a tremendous amount with games in counselling and psychotherapy. Many of his clients will talk about their gaming worlds and from there he wil work outward to the rest of their lives. He began to…

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  • Lotte Moore

    Lotte Moore is an 80-year-old writer on a mission. Her myriad children’s stories (including The Invisible Elephant, The Dinosaur Who Ate A Piano and The Teaspoon Family) are enjoyed by primary school boys and girls…

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  • Deborah Jay - Napoleon's Other Wife

    Deborah Jay has always loved travelling, meeting people from different walks of life and backgrounds, learning languages and history. After fifteen years as a lawyer, when her practice took her to France, Italy and Russia…

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  • Bridget Hargreave - Fine (Not Fine)

    Bridget Hargreave’s first son was born in 2009 and she developed postnatal depression almost immediately after. It happened again after her second son was born in 2011, despite her best efforts to stop it in its tracks…

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  • Olivia Spencer - Sad Dad

    Olivia Spencer studied at a top London all-girls day school, attended Durham University (BA Philosophy 2.1) and trained as a chartered accountant (ACA qualified 2008). She then got married in 2009, left her job as auditor…

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  • A Table at the Fields by Colin McGurran

    Before arriving at Winteringham Fields in 2005, Colin enjoyed a well-travelled, eclectic career including spells at the two-Michelin starred Domaines Haut de Loire in France and as banqueting manager for the UAE royal family…

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  • Linde Taylor

    “My father’s life was cut short even though he led the supposed ‘healthy lifestyle’ and my health took a dramatic fall with a cancer scare, so I questioned ‘What is it we are doing wrong? …

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  • Vanessa Vallely

    From periods of glittering success to near total derailment due to an unrelenting passion for her career, Heels of Steel unveils the truth behind a woman’s climb to success in the male dominated world of the City.&…

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  • Gousto - the UK's number one recipe box home delivery service

    Gousto, the number one recipe kit home-delivery service, has grand plans for the year ahead. The mission? To make cooking from scratch more convenient, creative and enjoyable. Gousto has already come to the rescue of…

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  • Imran Siddiq The Divided Worlds Trilogy

    Leicester-based Imran Siddiq, author of Disconnect, Disassemble and Disrupt, made a list of things he wanted to accomplish if he survived an operation to remove a brain tumour: writing a successful novel was one of the items…

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  • Danny King

    Danny King is an award-winning and BAFTA-nominated writer of novels and screenplays. His 13th book is Infidelity For Beginners. The book's 'hero', Static Caravan magazine editor, Andrew Nolan, is an ordinary…

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  • Christian Marcolli

    More Life, Please! is a unique new self-development text that will give you six easy steps to ‘getting more’ from your life.

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  • Elizabeth Bourne - A Fickle Wind

    Elizabeth Bourne left England as a young woman and now divides her time between California and Canada. Travel is still an important priority but she also enjoys participating in family life with her two daughters and her…

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  • Professor Jonathan Waxman

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  • Happy Monkey Drinks

    Happy Monkey Smoothies have been rewarded for our fun and colourful packaging by winning Gold in the 2013 DBA Design Effectiveness Awards. They have increased involvement with charity groups, supporting the Bliss London…

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  • Sarah Bramley

    Sarah Bramley is on a bold mission to not only increase coverage, attention and representation of lesbian relationships inthe media, but also to herald a new genre within women's fiction - focused on relationships between…

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  • Nasser Hashmi

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  • Zainab Jagot Ahmed

    Zainab Jagot Ahmed is a first-time mum and author of the UK's first Indian baby food cookbook - 'Indian SuperMeals: Baby & Toddler Cookbook'. Her latest book, due for release in September 2014, contains more…

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  • Jackie Mannell - Heart, Broken: My Journey To Self-Healing

    Jackie Mannell is a working mother of two sons, with an extraordinary tale to tell. Her life is laid bare in her book - My Journey To Self-Healing - for two reasons: she hopes her life experiences will resonate with everyone…

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  • The Book of Names

    Royce Leville is an award-winning independent author. He has a distinct style of writing that he uses to tell the stories of ordinary and extraordinary people. His short stories centre around single characters and have…

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  • AK Michaels

    AK Michaels is an indie author success story who only came to writing later in life after a career in the finance industry. Despite only writing for just over two and a half years she has almost 30 books under her belt and…

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  • Lynn Michell

    When Edinburgh couple Lynn Michell and Stefan Gregory and their 23-year-old son, Louis, set out to sail across the Atlantic on their 48ft Cardinal yacht, they knew not to expect plain sailing all the way. But they didn&rsquo…

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  • Julia Wurz

    Essex-born Julia Wurz ran the Press Office for the Benetton Formula 1 Team, which became Renault F1. Dedication above and beyond the call of duty led her to marry her colleague, the Austrian race driver Alex Wurz, and to…

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  • Aideen Blackborough

    Aideen grew up in Birmingham in a Catholic family with two older sisters and a younger brother, all raised by loving Irish parents. Her childhood was idyllic and full of opportunities but when it came to going to school…

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  • The Studio by Gill Gregory

    The Studio: A Psychoanalytic Legacy, published in September 2015 by Free Association Books, is a unique and exciting work, referencing Freud and other psychoanalytic writers to examine a difficult past - loss…

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  • Emily Benet - #PleaseRetweet

    Emily Benet is a half-Spanish half-Welsh writer who now lives in Mallorca. She has always had a huge passion for writing that originally was expressed through blogs but this turned to book writing when Salt Publishing noticed…

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  • David Williams

  • Yang-May Ooi - Bound Feet Blues

    Yang-May Ooi is a bestselling author, award-winning TEDx speaker and acclaimed story performer of Chinese-Malaysian heritage, now living in London. Her first novel The Flame Tree topped the Malaysian bestseller…

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  • eDietitians

    eDietitians is written by expert dietitians around the world, who are the nutrition experts and the only legally qualified health professionals to assess, diagnose and treat diet and nutritional issues. As law regulates…

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  • Meze Publishing

    Meze Publishing are specialists in producing cookbooks providing a creative and professional publishing service – and most importantly – they structure the deal so that writers receive the maximum benefit. Meze…

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  • Makkah To Madinah - A Photographic Journey Of The Hijrah Route

    'Makkah to Madinah' is the culmination of more than a decade's worth of research, field expeditions and analysis by Dr Abdullah Alkadi. Photographs included in this beautiful, design-led book, were taken along…

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  • AJ Roberts - 42 Days

    A British ex-pat now living in Australia (he admits he opted for Sydney for its sunshine and cricket), AJ Roberts was 30 when he wrote 42 Days and secured an agent and publishing interest at the time but the time (and offer…

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  • Jane Huxley - A Woman Named Coral

    Jane Huxley's published novels include Morgan's Castle, For the Love of Penny Whistler ("Glitter and gutter...lovelorn, war-torn. A compelling read." Simon Cowell) and Summer Night…

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  • Jamie Cawley - The Birth of Now

    Jamie has continued to studying history and religion for 40 years when he has not been working on understanding human behaviour for marketing.  During his career Jamie spent 20 years heading up his own company as well…

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  • Beyond Bread Gluten-Free Bakery & Cafe

    Serving tempting treats, lunchtime specials, sumptuous snacks and hot teas, coffees and juices, Beyond Bread is the ultimate, cosy pit-stop for gluten-free foodies seeking a warm welcome…

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  • Food Intolerance Solutions - Mary Roe

    For more than a decade Mary was a ward sister in a London teaching hospital before she had her first child. Each of Mary’s children had health problems but learning about food intolerance and modifying their diets…

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  • Sophia Ledingham - The Date Night Manifesto

    Sophia Ledingham is a psychologist who splits her time between London and Dubai. Much of her focus has been on improving relationships, whether it’s in top-tier corporations or with couples and families. …

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  • Liam Klenk - Paralian

    Liam has lived all over the world, enjoyed many careers and called a lot of countries his home. He left his native Germany to study in the USA, returning to Germany briefly before leaving for art school in…

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  • Amanda Sington-Williams

    Despite having a disability, Amanda Sington-Williams is very widely travelled and she has lived in…

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  • Marianne Vicelich - Love Always

    Author Marianne Vicelich began her career as a luxury and lifestyle PR executive with a career spanning 15 years travelling the globe representing high-end luxury products and high profile celebrity events. Working…

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  • Charlie Maclean - Unforgettable

    Charlie Maclean is like the many young Londoners toiling the 9-5 with their fair share of rocky emotional and financial life experiences. These experiences inform this gritty, sexy, romance that will keep you stimulated…

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  • Elevation Book Publishing

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  • Vanessa & Mary Hudson

    Built on years of the New Zealand-based Hudson family’s favourite pre-diagnosis recipes, some passed down through generations, Vanessa and her mother, Mary, have added their magic touch to create an internationally…

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  • Alfie's Magic Hat - Kathy Carter

    Kent-based Kathy Carter is an experienced writer and published author. She is Mum to a young son and when he was an infant she used baby signing including British Sign Language (BSL) and American Sign Language (ASL), as…

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  • Adam Jukes

    Adam Jukes is one of the world's leading clinical researchers on men's abuse of women. He is the co-ordinator of The Men’s Centre in London, an organisation whose primary concern is to stop men from abusing…

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  • Emmanuel Gobillot - Disciplined Collaboration - four steps to collaborative success

    Emmanuel Gobillot has been described as ‘the first leadership guru for the digital generation’ and ‘the freshest voice in leadership today’. He has worked with organisations…

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  • Triskele Books

    Triskele Books has published 17 titles, and will launch four more on November 28th at their annual Christmas celebration in London. The four books are (first two are historical fiction, the second two are crime …

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  • Jane Biran - The First Wife's Tale

    She has three children from her first marriage and currently lives in Jerusalem with her second husband, Israel’s former Ambassador to the Court of St. James’s. Since retiring, Jane has concentrated on writing…

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  • SJ Hardman Lea

    Originally educated in the USA, Oxford and London, Simon Hardman Lea now lives and works in Suffolk, UK and his other job is as a hospital based eye surgeon: www.shleyesurgeon.com

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  • Anson's Gold - George Edmunds

    George Edmunds is a bit of a polymath with an eclectic career. He has an Engineering background, was a  design draughtsman, sales manager and later on owned his own business. A large portion of his career was spent…

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  • Professor Paul Griffiths

    Professor Griffiths uses his extensive medical experience and real patient stories to demonstrate how cytomegalovirus has avoided detection and treatment for so long. He introduces you to CMV, an intelligent virus…

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  • JD Smith

    JD Smith has been a writer and researcher focusing on the life of Zenobia for more than 10 years. JD has written and published four novels, the first of which (Tristan and Iseult) became one of four finalists for the…

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  • Dominic Selwood

    My earliest memories – apart from crashing a car when I was two-and-a-half – are of scrambling around the mountains and stony bondu on the Mediterranean island of Cyprus. It was a slow and sleepy place…

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  • Karen Frances - He's Captured My Heart

    He's Captured My Heart is Karen Frances' debut novel. A story of tragedy, pain, sexual attraction, lust and complicated emotions set in the beautiful surroundings of Loch Lomond, Scotland. 

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  • Fiona Rintoul

    On November 9th it will be the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. The 28-mile (45 km) barrier dividing Germany's capital was built in 1961 to prevent East Berliners fleeing to the West. But as…

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  • Bianca Miller

    Bianca is an accomplished business woman, award-winning entrepreneur, workshop facilitator and public speaker. Tenacious and ambitious, Bianca’s business skills put her firmly on the map in 2014 when she took the runner…

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  • Gillian Hamer - Gold Detective Series

    Born in the industrial Midlands, Gillian's heart has always yearned for the wilds of North Wales and the pull of the ocean. A Company Director for twenty years, she has written obsessively for over a decade, predominantly…

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  • Sibylle Berg

    Sibylle Berg is an exceptionally original and interesting writer with a passion for stories bursting with hyperrealism and black humour. She is a guiding figure for all outsiders, underdogs, transgender people and anyone…

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  • Fida Fayez Qutob & Dalia Qutob

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  • John Uttley - Where's Sailor Jack

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  • EmoSHAPE - Artificial Intelligence

    To build trust between the AI and the owner, personal details will be stored securely on the Cube's memory cortex and accessible only by the owner. During the bonding process, the AI confirms its three primary promises…

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  • Greg Taylor

    On May 7th 2015 it will be the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the LUSITANIA in only eighteen minutes after being struck by a German torpedo. Greg Taylor is an expert in this historic event that has inspired mystery,…

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  • Wolfe Cotto - No Rest For The Wicked

    Wolfe Cotto lives in London but his identity remains unknown and he likes it that way. Describing himself as 'reclusive', the author lives with his partner, the children have flown the nest, and with more time to…

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  • Mrs Tinks

    Tinks Food was set up by London-based Julia Boddy, a Mum of three who loves to cook, but also likes to take a break from the kitchen and to watch her kids enjoy healthy and delicious food that someone else has cooked…

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  • Robert Vallier - Spider 2-3

    Robert Vallier comes from a distinguished musical family and spent much of his life in music management. He created the Into Space! series of lectures and books (which he published) for his close friend the late Sir Patrick…

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  • Andy Leeks

    On Tuesday 18th September 2012, I posted a status on Facebook. I was on the 07:51 train into London and everyone around me was asleep. The status read: "Maybe I’m in the minority here, but it really…

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  • Tom Barry

    Witty and smattered with the best sort of irony, with twists and turns that keep you guessing, this is the first book in the trilogy. When The Siren Calls is a sensual and moving emotional drama that titillates the…

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  • Scott Addington

    This guide has been written for people with little or no prior knowledge of WW1 and is an ideal introduction to what can be a very complicated and daunting subject. Written in an engaging way, this is more like a chat…

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  • Choosing Childcare - Elyssa Campbell-Barr

    Elyssa Campbell-Barr has been writing about childcare and education for more than 15 years. She was editor of Who Minds?, the National Childminding Association magazine, from 1999–2006, and editor of The Teacher…

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  • Yang-May Ooi

    Yang-May Ooi's TEDx talk Rebel Heart: How Small Acts of Rebellion Can Create Powerful Change was described as “electrifying” and “one of the best and most moving talks at a TEDx event”. Through…

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  • Sonja Lewis - The Seasons

    Sonja Lewis is a freelance journalist (having worked on The Albany Herald in the US for two years) and is available for editorial commissions, as well as interview. Sonja has plenty of experience writing for print and online…

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  • Tamim Sadikali

    Tamim Sadikali says: “Dear Infidel is a novel about the spectrum of British Muslim experiences. It is a story of love, hate, longing and sexual dysfunction, all sifted through the fallout from the war on terror.&rdquo…

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  • Clare Macnaughton

    A Modern Military Mother - Tales from the Domestic Frontline is a compilation of blog posts from amodernmilitarymother.com about the life, reflections and rants of this military wife. Sometimes funny, sometimes sad…

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  • Bamboo Island - Ann Bennett

    Ann’s father had inspired her interest in South East Asia during WWII. He had been a prisoner of war on the Thailand Burma Railway, and the idea for Bamboo Heart and a Southeast Asian WWII trilogy came from researching…

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  • Laurie Marsh - The Philanthropist's Tale

    Laurie Marsh is one of the world’s most successful entrepreneurs but you’ve never heard of him until now. Here for the first time is the incredible tale of one of the world’s leading philanthropists…

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  • Marianne Vicelich

    Marianne Vicelich is the author of many books including Bat Your Eyelashes (2008), The Glossy Life (2009), Love, Love Me (2011), Talk to Me (2013), Things We Love (2013), Love Always (2014) and her latest book, Love Spells…

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  • John Gerzema, author of The Athena Doctrine

    John Gerzema is a pioneer in the use of data to identify social change and help companies anticipate and adapt to new interests and demands. A best-selling author, columnist, speaker and social strategist, his books have…

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  • Sienna Snow

    Born in London, England, Sienna moved to the States with her parents aged five. Now aged 39, she lives in Texas and is a mother of two. Since early childhood, she’s learned to balance different cultures and influences…

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  • Meze Publishing

    Meze Publishing are specialists in producing cookbooks providing a creative and professional publishing service – and most importantly – they structure the deal so that writers receive the maximum benefit. Meze…

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  • Davina Elliott - The Judith Gold Trilogy

    The Judith Gold Trilogy has received rave reviews from in and out of London’s Theatreland due to its curious leading lady (the elderly, loud-mouthed, rather eccentric Judith Gold) and its humorous insight into the…

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  • Catriona Troth

    Catriona Troth was born in Scotland and grew up largely in Canada (apart from one year when she spent 14 months travelling to 14 countries with her parents, accompanied by 14 pieces of luggage). At 17, she came back to the…

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  • Daisy White - Taming Tigers

    Daisy White is one of those wonder people who seem to manage everything with an ease that leaves us mere mortals gasping for air. She manages a boutique book store in Horsham, has written two other novels and contributed…

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  • R J J Hall

    none;text-autospace:none">RJJ Hall had often dreamt about writing a novel but only managed an occasional first draft of a short story. However, as the prospect of retirement beckoned, the desire to write grew stronger. And…

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  • An Honest Man - Simon Michael

    A life long lover of all things legal Simon Michael was called to the Bar by the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple in 1978. Since then he has spent many years prosecuting and defending criminal cases and in doing so…

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  • Dr Anne Dickson

    "Discovering what unites us as humans across cultural boundaries is key to my future plans. An example of human interconnection is the experience of emotion. I have always maintained an interest in the impact of emotion…

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  • Christopher Lowery - The Angolan Clan

    THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE REVOLUTION OF THE CARNATIONS: In the early hours of 25 April 1974, the Carnation…

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  • Danson E. Ubebe

    DANSON ENOGIOMWAN UBEBE was born in Nigeria in 1945. He obtained a teaching degree in 1970, and then his Well Engineering certificate in 1973. He taught briefly before working with Shell and retired, after 33 years, in 2004…

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  • Tola Okogwu - Daddy Do My Hair!

    Tola Okogwu is a British blogger and founder of the hair blog, My Long Hair Journey (MLHJ). With a Bachelor’s degree in journalism, she has written for several beauty publications, including Black Beauty and Hair…

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Testimonials

  • Mary Hamer, author of Kiping & Trix (winner of The Virginia Prize for Fiction)

    "I've found Helen enthusiastic and inventive, with many resources. Scrupulous documentation of all the calls made on your behalf and dedicated follow-through of nibbles and contacts. She's really on the…

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  • Michele Vincent, journalist, Rotherham Advertiser

    “I have worked with Helen Lewis on a number of editorial and competition pieces relating to books and have always found her extremely helpful and efficient. We have developed a good working relationship and I look…

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  • Jamie Cawley, author of Beliefs (2015) and The Birth of Now (2016)

    "One of Literally PR's great virtues is that they react immediately to comments or suggestions. Email replies like 'Great idea, I think you're on to something, we'll get a press release out today'…

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  • Julia Hague, Being Me (And Loving It)

    "Meeting Helen was like finding a champion and motivator for my work all wrapped up in a new and knowledgeable friend. Enthusiastic, friendly and interested I feel my future is safely held in a professional's arms…

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  • Linde Taylor QBE, author of THE BOOK

    "On point specialist with broad detailed knowledge and experience. Personable, trustworthy, reliable, attention to detail and accuracy. Fantastic results and advice. There is none better. Highly recommended without…

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  • Christine McFadden, food writer and cookery teacher, Dorset

    "I'm really impressed by your efficiency and effectiveness. Helen circulated a press release for my 'Glorious Greens' cooking class and this resulted in a firm booking the same day. It's an…

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  • Jenny Garrett author of Rocking Your Role

    "I am constantly being asked who does my PR, because people say that I am everywhere! I've been commissioned to write pieces for targeted business magazines (which I wanted) and have been interviewed and commissioned…

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  • Lynn Michell, director of the only UK indie press for women writer's and respected author

    "Helen has succeeded in getting publicity for my book where I, an experienced publisher, failed. In response to her first email shot, we have features lined up in two sailing magazines. She is competent, professional…

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  • Vanessa Vallely, author of Heels of Steel & founder of WeAreTheCity.com

    "Helen has been working on my book PR for Heels of Steel for the past five months. Over this period she has consistently delivered on time and to the highest quality. I have received above and beyond the service…

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  • Aideen Blackborough, Does IT Wet The Bed?

    "I first met Helen at the Self-Publishing Conference in May 2015 and her passion and enthusiasm for the industry inspired me. I was close to finishing my memoir so I decided to get in touch with Helen and I’m…

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  • Andy Leeks, As They Slept

    "I was (and continue to be) extremely impressed with Helen's work. Within the first couple of weeks she had managed to get me on three BBC radio shows (including BBC London, interviewed by Vanessa Feltz) as well…

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  • Tom Barry author of When The Siren Calls

    "I worked with Helen on the launch of my debut novel, When the Siren Calls. She is hard working, creative and innovative and delivers results above and beyond expectations. If you need a book publicist or someone to…

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  • Alice Brown, Free Association Books

    "Helen and her team have worked on several projects for Free Association Books. Their dedicated team works hard on each individual book and I have always felt like I was getting a professional service with the right…

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  • Mike Evans MPRCA, Notus Associates Ltd

    "Within two minutes of my receiving our emailed press release from you concerning the launch of the American artisan cheese collection by The Artisan Cheese Exchange at The World Cheese Awards, the phone started to…

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  • Julia Wurz author of SuperEgo

    "Helen Lewis worked with me on UK PR for the launch of Superego. As well as getting some fantastic coverage for the book, she couldn't have been more professional, dedicated and wonderful to deal with. I highly…

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  • Naomi Richards, author of The Parents Toolkit and Being Me (And Loving It) (2016)

    "I cannot quite believe the speed at which Helen works. She hit the ground running from our initial chat and she managed to acquire us article placement and interviews within weeks! Helen is personable, profession and…

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  • Derrick Evans, Mr Motivator, The Warm Up

    "Literally PR, under the guardianship of Helen, has taken to the task of handling the PR for my book 'The Warm Up' with so much gusto and professionalism that she was able to open many doors and the result of…

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  • Sonja Lewis, author of The Barrenness & The Blindsided Prophet

    "Pleased is an understatement. I am thrilled. I very much appreciated your hard work, Helen!"  

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  • Lottie McMillan, Honeybuns

    "We have used food&drink towers for various press releases. We always get an excellent response and have made lots of new press contacts. For a small company like us who don't have large marketing budgets, this…

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  • Jenny Garrett author of Rocking Your Role

    "Helen was an invaluable PR advisor in the run up to the launch of my book and was integral in my being interviewed by Radio 4 Women's Hour, the week after my launch."

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  • Stephen Sage, West Cork Food, editor

    "Your last effort for us gained us interest from WGSN.com who are pretty big fish, report on trends in the market and products gaining traction. One of their journalists is coming to the Celtic Cook Off itself and to…

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  • Jenny Garrett author of Rocking Your Role

    "Helen is well worth the investment and you get the sense that she is firmly on your side, as well as business savvy and aware that you need your money to stretch as far as possible in the current climate. I would highly…

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  • Dr Dominic Selwood, author of The Sword of Moses

    "Your work has been phenomenal. Your energy has been huge, and you have got super results. I could not be more delighted. It has been a complete pleasure working with your firm. My heartfelt thanks for your skill and…

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  • J Merrill Forrest, Flight of the Kingfisher

    "I have learned so much from Literally PR since self-publishing my novel 'Flight of the Kingfisher'. I made a mistake in not contacting Helen much, MUCH sooner in the process, but she was still able to…

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  • Jenny Garrett author of Rocking Your Role

    "Helen now provides me with regular monthly PR support for my book and executive coaching business. She provides strategic ideas and focus, manages the creation and distribution of press releases, and chases leads.&…

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  • Susannah Quinn, freelance journalist for The Guardian

    "I regularly scour (Literally PR's sister site) food&drink towers for news that can be used in my articles. It's a great source of information and an excellent…

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  • Liam Klenk, author of Paralian: Not Just Transgender

    "In a world where businesses become increasingly impersonal, LiterallyPR is the equivalent of a refreshing oasis in the desert. This wonderful, dedicated team is approachable. With them it's not just about numbers…

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Literally PR Clients

  • Carmella B'Hahn - Heart of Relating
  • Christian Marcolli
  • Happy Monkey Drinks
  • Professor Paul Griffiths
  • An Honest Man - Simon Michael
  • Makkah To Madinah - A Photographic Journey Of The Hijrah Route
  • Vanessa Vallely
  • Scott Addington
  • Laurie Marsh - The Philanthropist's Tale
  • Vanessa & Mary Hudson
  • Marianne Vicelich - Love Always
  • Catherine Wright Smith