Books in sync with nature.

Guess who’s back?

I’m back…again! If you’re new to the blog, I’m Christina Gregory, former editorial intern and public relations intern at SLP. Paul and the St. Lynn’s team welcomed me back as the new publicity assistant! I recently graduated from Duquesne University with a degree in Public Relations and English Writing, and I’m happy to have started my foray into the real world with this position at St. Lynn’s.

Christina Gregory, Publicity Assistant

Christina Gregory, Publicity Assistant

Though I’ve only been back for a bit over a month now, it’s been a flurry and and blast. A lot of what I’m doing now is similar to what I’d been doing as a public relations intern, with many added expectations. Mostly, my days have been a jumble of keeping in contact with the media, discussing how to get the word out about their books with our authors and helping Chloe keep our social media up to date and active.

From left to right: Late Bloomer, The Scout's Guide to Wild Edibles & Dutch Treats

From left to right: Late Bloomer, The Scout’s Guide to Wild Edibles & Dutch Treats

Much of the work that Chloe and I have been doing is getting the word out for our three upcoming titles, Dutch Treats: Heirloom Recipes from Farmhouse Kitchens by William Woys Weaver, Late Bloomer: How to Garden with Comfort, Ease and Simplicity in the Second Half of Life by Jan Coppola Bills, and The Scout’s Guide to Wild Edibles: Learn How To Forage, Prepare & Eat 40 Wild Foods by Mike Krebill. (All three are available for preorder on Amazon!) Getting to spread the news about all three at once is really a treat, because one second I can be researching areas of the Pennsylvania Dutch, and the next I’m looking through a blog all about digging for mushrooms and wild edibles!

I’m sure we’ll be posting some more in the future; in the meantime, everyone stay cool during these hot summer days!

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