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    Friday Five!

    This week we’re proud to celebrate our 100th edition of Friday Five!  To celebrate this milestone, not only do we have a new seasonal header, but we also want to share our 100 biggest client moments over the last few years. Here are 100 of our favorite media hits across national consumer magazines, E-zines, major daily newspapers, broadcast and news organizations and leading writer’s trade journals. We’re proud to share our client success stories with you!

    What’s on my iPod: Mirrors by Justin Timberlake
    What I’m reading:
    Queen of Hearts by Colleen Oakes
    The last person I followed on Twitter: @TheDKano

    1. Parents.com interviews Tim J. Meyers, author of Glad to Be Dad.
    2. Kirkus Reviews calls Sara DiVello’s Where in the OM Am I? a “must read.”
    3. Babble.com picks Hugh Weber’s Dude to Dad as a best book for Father’s Day.
    4. SheKnows.com says Jon Reiner’s The Man Who Couldn’t Eat will “give you a new appreciation for the importance food and eating have in all our lives.”
    5. Kirkus Reviews calls Between Two Fires author Christopher Buehlman “an author to watch.”
    6. SHAPE chooses L. Alison Heller’s The Love Wars as one of the best books to take to the beach.
    7. Examiner.com interviews Dee DeTarsio about All My Restless Life to Live.
    8. The Advocate names Amy B. Scher (This Is How I Save My Life) to their Top 40 Under 40 list.
    9. Girl Unmoored author Jennifer Gooch Hummer writes about fictional role models for girls on GALTime.com.
    10. The Chicago Tribune includes Jane Porter’s The Good Woman in their romance roundup.
    11. SheKnows.com features Live Eat Cook Healthy author Rachel Khanna’s tips for healthy eating.
    12. Love Letter Magazine spotlights Sarah Castille (Against the Ropes, Legal Heat) as their newcomer author.
    13. San Francisco Book Review features Amy B. Scher on her memoir, This Is How I Save My Life.
    14. Kirkus Reviews covers Andrea Lochen’s The Repeat Year.
    15. The Huffington Post can’t put down Joy Castro’s Hell or High Water.
    16. USA Today features author Kathleen Shoop’s advice on walking the entrepreneurial tightrope (Love and Other Subjects, After the Fog, The Last Letter).
    17. A recipe from Rachel Khanna’s Live, Eat, Cook Healthy is featured on The Gracious Pantry.com.
    18. The Jewish Daily Forward features an article by Is This Tomorrow author Caroline Leavitt.
    19. Menstuff.com shares a chapter from Tim J. Meyers’ Glad to Be Dad.
    20. Los Angeles Magazine selects Caitlin Stansbury’s Wineocology as a best pick for fall cooking.
    21. The Boston Globe calls Caroline Leavitt’s Is This Tomorrow “an eminently satisfying read.”
    22. TribLive.com covers author Kathleen Shoop’s book signing for After the Fog
    23. Dana Bate’s The Girls’ Guide to Love and Supper Clubs is chosen as a spring pick in Working Mother.
    24. Entertainment Weekly reviews Meg Mitchell Moore’s The Arrivals.
    25. The New York Daily News covers Caroline Leavitt’s Is This Tomorrow.
    26. Glad to Be Dad author Tim J. Meyers reveals the first time he felt like a dad with BabyZone.com.
    27. CNN.com talks to This is How I Save My Life author Amy Scher.
    28. The Chicago Tribune interviews Dude to Dad author Hugh Weber about becoming a good father.
    29. The San Francisco Chronicle calls Caroline Leavitt’s Is This Tomorrow “an arresting portrait of bygone America.”
    30. Oprah.com picks Amy Shearn’s The Mermaid of Brooklyn as their book of the week.
    31. Redbook calls Allison Winn Scotch (The Song Remains the Same) “A mom with the right stuff.”
    32. Cosmopolitan features The Friendship Fix author Dr. Andrea Bonior’s “15 things to do on a ladies night.”
    33. TheMillions.com includes Amy Shearn’s The Mermaid of Brooklyn in their “new this week” list.
    34. SHAPE picks Caroline Leavitt’s Is This Tomorrow as a book to take to the beach.
    35. SheKnows.com features Gluten-Free on a Shoestring’s Nicole Hunn’s recipe for gluten-free chocolate cake.
    36. The Boston Globe says Amy Shearn’s The Mermaid of Brooklyn is “Funny, fearless and unexpectedly moving.” 
    37. Bon Appetit spotlights Dana Bate’s The Girls’ Guide to Love and Supper Clubs.
    38. CNN’s Eatocracy covers Jon Reiner’s The Man Who Couldn’t Eat.
    39. Redbook features Amy Shearn’s The Mermaid of Brooklyn.
    40. The Daily Meal shares Gluten-Free on a Shoestring author Nicole Hunn’s recipe for gluten-free hot cross buns.
    41. CBS’ Live from the Couch features Wineocology’s Caitlin Stansbury and her recipe for the perfect shamrock shake.  
    42. The Huffington Post covers L. Alison Heller’s The Love Wars.
    43. Working Mother picks Joy Castro’s Hell or High Water as a great beach read for moms and kids.
    44. The Nervous Breakdown covers Jon Reiner’s The Man Who Couldn’t Eat.
    45. GALTime.com features Where in the OM Am I? author Sara DiVello’s “5 reasons to say farewell to the fast track.”
    46.  The Love Wars’ L. Alison Heller’s writes about her “chicky-ness” for USA Today.
    47. The WIP features This Is How I Save My Life author Amy B. Scher’s piece on medical tourism.
    48. Senior Voice America talks to Dr. Sara Yogev (A Couple’s Guide to Happy Retirement).
    49. Entertainment Weekly calls Jennifer Gooch Hummer’s Girl Unmoored the “undiscovered young adult novel of the summer.”
    50. The Jewish Book Council calls Caroline Leavitt’s Is This Tomorrow “gripping.”
    51. Authors Kristin Hodson and Alisha Worthingon (Real Intimacy) take live calls about sex and intimacy from listeners as the “Sex Girls” on x96 Radio from Hell, Salt Lake City.
    52. San Francisco Book Review features an article by Fleur Philips, author of Crumble and I Am Lucky Bird.
    53. Girls’ Life says Jennifer Jabaley’s Lipstick Apology is a summer reading must.
    54. Gluten-Free on a Shoestring author Nicole Hunn appears on Better.TV to demonstrate her cheesecake cookie recipe.
    55. Populazzi’s Elise Allen shares her top five popularity tips with Justine.
    56. Mermaid of Brooklyn author Amy Shearn participates in a Q&A with Brooklyn Daily Eagle.
    57. Kristyn Kusek Lewis (How Lucky You Are) discusses making friendships work on Glamour.
    58. Meg Akabas (52 Weeks of Parenting Wisdom) shares her parenting wisdom on Parenthood.com.
    59. I Am Lucky Bird author Fleur Philips opens up to Barnes & Noble about her novel and inspirations.
    60. L. Alison Heller’s The Love Wars is chosen as a Smart Girl’s Steamy Summer Read by Refinery29.
    61. Sara DiVello’s Where in the OM Am I? is selected as one of SHAPE’s best beach reads.
    62. Elise Allen shares her dream Populazzi movie casting choices with TV Guide.
    63. Caitlin Stansbury’s Wineocology is named a great holiday book by LA Weekly.
    64. Sarah Castille’s Legal Heat is part of The Big Thrill’s Neverending Book Giveaway.
    65. OnMilwaukee.com interviews The Repeat Year author Andrea Lochen.
    66. Redbook features The Love Wars author L. Alison Heller’s piece on how her mid-life crisis involved Lady Gaga heels.
    67. The New York Times features Amy Shearn’s The Mermaid of Brooklyn as a book to give your mother.
    68. SHAPE picks Andrea Lochen’s The Repeat Year as a best summer beach read.
    69. The San Francisco Chronicle calls Meg Mitchell Moore’s The Arrivals “entertaining and expansive.”
    70. GALTime.com features an article written by This is How I Save My Life author Amy Scher.
    71. Fresh Fiction Review.com calls Sarah Castille’s Legal Heat a fast-paced and mysterious thrill-ride.
    72. Girls’ Life names Elise Allen’s Populazzi one of its summer hits.
    73. Working Mother features Jane Porter’s The Good Daughter as a spring book for working moms.
    74. MSN.com interviews Michelle Packard (Family Ever After: Simple Ways to Achieve Extraordinary Happiness with Your Ordinary Family) about being a happy mother.
    75. Parenting.com features 52 Weeks of Parenting Wisdom author Meg Akabas.
    76. Barnes & Noble calls Karen A. Chase’s Bonjour 40 a must-read travel memoir.
    77. Joy Castro’s Hell Or High Water wins a spot on Kirkus Reviews 2012 best fiction of the year list.
    78. The Girls’ Guide to Love and Supper Clubs author Dana Bate is called a “smart and compelling” writer by Publishers Weekly.
    79. Dr. Mark McKee (Raising a Successful Child) talks to AllParenting.com about a child’s emotional wish list.
    80. The Advocate calls Michael Lowenthal’s The Paternity Test a real “page-turner.”
    81. The Salt God’s Daughter author Ilie Ruby writes about bullying of women and girls for SHAPE.
    82. Jane Porter (The Good Wife) shares five fun facts with bestselling author Kieran Kramer.
    83. Working Mother names Amy Shearn’s The Mermaid of Brooklyn one of its five spring books for working moms.
    84. All Grown Up? “loves, loves, loves” How Lucky You Are by Kristyn Kusek Lewis.
    85. Jane Porter (The Good Wife) spills all about her characters with Style Substance Soul.
    86. Joy Castro chats with the Lincoln Journal Star about Hell Or High Water.
    87. Jennifer Gooch Hummer’s Girl Unmoored is one of SHAPE’s five great summer reads.
    88. Jon Reiner’s The Man Who Couldn’t Eat was named one of The Daily Beast’s Hot Reads.
    89. Examiner.com calls Jenny Nelson’s Georgia Kitchen a “promising debut.”
    90. This Is How I Save My Life author Amy B. Scher writes about self-discovery for Divine Caroline.
    91. Jane Porter’s The Good Woman is called “smart, thought-provoking and satisfying” by SheKnows.com.
    92. Andrea Bonior, Ph.D., (The Friendship Fix) shares six reasons why friendships are good for your health on Glamour.
    93. Ilie Ruby discusses her editorial process for The Salt God’s Daughter with Writer’s Unboxed.
    94. Andrea Lochen’s The Repeat Year is chosen as one of Working Mother’s summer books for working moms.
    95. HERE, HOME, HOPE author Kaira Rouda writes about Mother’s Day on MORE.
    96. Carson Boss (Your Wife Has Cancer, Now What?) speaks with Salt Lake Magazine about his real-life inspiration.
    97. Hugh Weber (Dude to Dad) discusses fatherhood with Pregnancy & Newborn.
    98. Chris Hicks sits down with Deseret News to talk about Has Hollywood Lost Its Mind?
    99. GALTime.com features Girl Unmoored author Jennifer Gooch Hummer’s list of 5 YA books worth a read-peat.
    100. Deseret News features Kristin Hodson (Real Intimacy) and her article on whether infidelity is the new norm.


    • Hugh M Weber

      Your team has done such a fantastic job to launch Dude to Dad. Congratulations on your 100 moments of success! I’m glad my family could be a part of a couple of them.