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Paula Margulies
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Something About Me and My Book:
Hello! I am a writer and owner of Paula Margulies Communications, a public relations firm offering book promotion and publicity for authors. I have received a number of awards for my short stories and novels, Coyote Heart and Favorite Daughter. I've also been awarded artist residencies at Caldera, Red Cinder Artist Colony, Centrum, and the Vermont Studio Center. Visit my website at or follow me on Facebook at

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Seven Ways to Make Hiring a Book Publicist More Affordable

Hiring a publicist can be an expensive proposition, especially for self-published authors and those whose books are published by presses that offer little or no marketing support. With some publicists asking $1500 - $5000 per month in fees, authors are often surprised by the amount of money they need to spend to get the word out about their books.

But publicity doesn’t have to be a bank-breaker. Here are some tips you can use to help defray costs when working with a publicist to… Continue

Posted on December 4, 2009 at 9:30am

Upcoming June Book Signings for Paula Margulies and Coyote Heart

Just wanted to let you know that I'll be doing two book signings for my newly released novel, Coyote Heart, in the next couple of weeks and both are for really good causes:

The first is on Saturday, June 20th, at the Rancho Penasquitos Library at 1:00 p.m. This signing is a benefit for the PQ Library and 10% of sales from any books purchased afterward will go to the library Friends to keep the collection going. Since some of the scenes in the book are set there, it seemed… Continue

Posted on June 9, 2009 at 6:12pm

Finding Opportunity in a Teacup

I recently read Greg Mortenson and David Oliver Relin’s Three Cups of Tea, the fascinating non-fiction account of how Mortenson, a mountain climber and American nurse, came to build fifty-five schools in Pakistan and Afghanistan. In one of my favorite parts of the book, Mortenson describes a 1998 talk he gave in a sports shop in Apple Valley, Minnesota, where the store staff was so busy he had to set up the seating -- over a hundred folding chairs -- himself. After weeks of… Continue

Posted on January 23, 2009 at 9:30pm

Read Paula Margulies' Novel, Coyote Heart!

Coyote Heart (ISBN 978-1-933794-16-7), is a multi-cultural love story set against the backdrop of the Pala Indian Reservation in San Diego, California. Prior to publication, Coyote Heart received numerous awards, including an Editor’s Choice Award at the San Diego State University Writers’ Conference and a single title award in the RWASD’s Spring into Romance Contest. Coyote Heart was also a finalist in the Santa Fe Writer’s Project Literary Awards Program, a worldwide competition that included over 350 entries.

Coyote Heart tells the story of Carolyn Weedman, a forty-year-old librarian trapped in a troubled marriage with a disabled husband. After a chance encounter with a widowed Pala Indian professor, Carolyn finds herself drawn into an unexpected love affair. Torn by conflicting feelings, she discovers a secret about her husband’s past that forces her to confront her divided emotions and choose between the two men that she loves.

Set against the simmering backdrop of local politics on the Pala Indian Reservation, Coyote Heart explores the intricacies of illicit love and marriage, the strength that comes from sacrifice, and the courage to forgive the injuries of the past. The novel calls on several San Diego landscapes, including the Rancho Penasquitos preserve and the Pala Indian Reservation, to give the story a unique local flavor. Written with haunting natural imagery and lyrical prose, Coyote Heart tells a compelling tale of love and modern Native American culture.

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At 2:13pm on October 29, 2009, Joseph M. Perez said…
Hello, Paula. I started a group called San Diego, California Writers. It's at the end of the group listing. You are invited and welcome to join.
At 12:38am on November 25, 2008, John Kremer said…
Welcome to the Book Marketing Network. Join in some discussions, post some blogs and videos, and make some new friends. Thanks for joining.

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At 2:18pm on November 24, 2008, Louis Jeffries said…

I am honored to be your friend. I look forward to a growing relationship.

Be Blessed.

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