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Ready to hire a book publicist? Here’s how to join the #KPCrew:

members of the kaye publicity team, a literary pr agency

We take a holistic approach to public relations and focus on building meaningful connections between our clients and their readers. We believe in working as a team to grow your audience and increase your sales.

While many PR firms focus on one aspect of promotion (traditional publicity, online publicity, marketing, etc.) we handle every aspect of the PR process.

If you’re ready to leave the one-size-fits-all approach behind, then we hope you’ll join the Kaye Publicity crew.


What type of author are you?

Identify which option most applies to you and click to learn more!

I’m a traditionally published author who wants to find a team to handle all aspects of the promotion process while I focus on writing my books.

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Then you need a full-service campaign! We typically begin work 6-7 months in advance of publication and our campaigns range from $8,000-$10,000. We encourage you to contact us as soon as you sign your book contract and have a publication date to ensure we have plenty of time to execute your campaign.

*Please note that our Equity in Publishing Fund supports underrepresented voices in publishing. We will not let budget be a constraint when it comes to publicizing quality works from marginalized communities.
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I’m a published or soon-to-be published author with a limited budget who’s open to doing a lot of the work myself.

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Then you’re an ideal candidate for a DIY Package!

We offer a variety of packages to meet your needs and achieve your goals. Want an expert to review your website and social media pages? We offer comprehensive online presence evaluations. More interested in securing media coverage? We offer a publicity plan that includes a full media list (with contact information), recommended pitch angles, and pitch templates to eliminate all the guesswork. Or get it all and save when you bundle!
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I’m currently writing my book, working on a book proposal, and/or looking for an agent.

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Looks like you’ve put the cart a bit before the horse then! Unless you have a book under contract or slated for publication, you don’t need a publicist yet. Keep writing and querying, and in the meantime, you can check out our free resources to familiarize yourself with the world of book promotion.