Here are some media pitching examples from my latest book WORDSHINE MAN.
Some are calling them exemplary among many in my highly available new book, jumping up and down and pounding its front cover chest on Amazon.
They include these three pitches I made on behalf of a guy already serving 20 years in a Texas prison for a murder that recently surfacing evidence is showing he couldn’t have committed:
IS LIFE IN PRISON ANOTHER KNEE ON THE INNOCENT BLACK MAN’S NECK UNTIL HE CAN’T BREATHE?
LAMAR BURKS MURDER CONVICTION UNDER REVIEW AFTER MAN ADMITS ON-CAMERA HE WAS THE SHOOTER, NOT BURKS WHO WASN’T EVEN AT THE SCENE 22 YEARS AGO IN HOUSTON
MAY THE LIBERTY BELL RING OUT AGAIN FOR FREEDOM FOR THOSE IMPRISONED UNJUSTLY
Now here’s how Chapter 9 starts in WORDSHINE MAN:
C’mon (Benjamin) Crump. C’mon truth, C’mon justice, PR is rooting for you.
Vindicating and releasing Lamar from prison will be the biggest feather in PR’s cap. And I’ll happily offer a toast to justice with a double shot of Redemption Rye.
To whomever speaks pejoratively about PR—such as, is this true or just PR—I would say PR can perform nobly and be almost religiously redemptive when empowered by a shot of truth on the rocks with a splash of justice.
Now, here’s my pitch to you: Buy a copy of WORDSHINE MAN and scoop up lots of tips about how to make your writing more inviting.
Tom Madden is an author of countless articles, blogs and five books yet still finds time to pitch media stories about clients of his award-winning PR firm, TransMedia Group headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida.