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Ben Cameron

Ben Cameron - Publicist

London, United Kingdom

Book publicity and marketing services for authors and publishers for 15 years. Named one of the most influential book marketers worldwide.

Overview

I have been running publicity and marketing campaigns for publishers and independent authors for over 15 years - from celebrities to first time authors; anyone with a great story to tell. I provide publicity campaigns, social media help, book trailers, author interviews, NetGalley listings and other marketing services. I have worked with hundreds of authors and publishers and their books. I love books and I love what I do!

Services
Fiction
Crime & Mystery Fantasy Historical Fiction Literature Romance Science Fiction Thriller Women's Fiction Young Adult & Teen
Non-Fiction
Arts & Architecture & Photography Biographies & Memoirs Business & Management Economics Health & wellbeing Parenting & Families Politics & Current Affairs Self-help & Self-improvement Travel

Certifications

  • Member Chartered Institute of Public Relations
  • Member Independent Publishers' Guild
  • Member Alliance of Independent Authors
  • Member Publisher's Publicity Circle

Work experience

Book Publicist / Marketer

Self-employed

January, 2006 – Present (almost 11 years)

Marketing and Publicity

Pavilion / Anova Books

May, 1998 – January, 2006 (over 7 years)

Learned my craft in marketing and publicity with the Pavilion Books Group (formerly known as Anova Books)

Portfolio (14 selected works)

The Free Will Delusion: How We Settled for the Illusion of Morality

James B. Miles

Poverty is not accident, but design. We are not all equal before the law. And the central message of contemporary ethics is that only some people matter. Expanding on work described as "crucial" and "very fine and provocative" by the Editor of The Oxford Handbook of Free Will, author James Miles now shows not only that free will is a delusion but that it is this delusion that has left us with ... read more

Poverty is not accident, but design. We are not all equal before the law. And the central message of contemporary ethics is that only some people matter. Expanding on work described as "crucial" and "very fine and provocative" by the Editor of The Oxford Handbook of Free Will, author James Miles now shows not only that free will is a delusion but that it is this delusion that has left us with ... read more

The Many Lives of Ruby Iyer (Volume 1)

Laxmi Hariharan

"Under the garb of a fast-paced YA thriller, the author writes a story which goes beyond and removes the gloss and shine which Bombay is always bathed in, to show us what is truly possible. . It feels like you are in the mind of the main character, and can literally taste her emotions." - Ritesh Kala, Book reviewer ( from ARC) "... there is a sense of foreboding reality. If you live in Bombay ... read more

"Under the garb of a fast-paced YA thriller, the author writes a story which goes beyond and removes the gloss and shine which Bombay is always bathed in, to show us what is truly possible. . It feels like you are in the mind of the main character, and can literally taste her emotions." - Ritesh Kala, Book reviewer ( from ARC) "... there is a sense of foreboding reality. If you live in Bombay ... read more

The Story of the Little Mole Who Knew it Was None of His Business

Werner Holzwarth

Popular among both adults and children, 'The Story of the Little Mole' follows the quest of a mole as he tries to find out who "did their business" on his head. "Quite simply the funniest book you are ever likely to read (as long as you are not easily offended that is!). Perfect for children of course, but if you are stuck for gift ideas for the adults in your life you may need to look no furt... read more

Popular among both adults and children, 'The Story of the Little Mole' follows the quest of a mole as he tries to find out who "did their business" on his head. "Quite simply the funniest book you are ever likely to read (as long as you are not easily offended that is!). Perfect for children of course, but if you are stuck for gift ideas for the adults in your life you may need to look no furt... read more

Grumpy Old Menopause

Carol E. Wyer

Grumpy Old Menopause To be administered in one large dose for maximum effect Have you started to write post-it notes with your kids' names on them? Do you need to change your underwear after every sneeze? Guess it's time to read this book then. It'll help you get through "that" time in your life with a spring in your step and a smile on your face. With numerous suggestions, sensible advice and... read more

Grumpy Old Menopause To be administered in one large dose for maximum effect Have you started to write post-it notes with your kids' names on them? Do you need to change your underwear after every sneeze? Guess it's time to read this book then. It'll help you get through "that" time in your life with a spring in your step and a smile on your face. With numerous suggestions, sensible advice and... read more

Ark Storm

Linda Davies

What if you could control the weather? Worse, what if the wrong person could control the weather? The Ark Storm is coming: an atmospheric river with the potential to cause more damage to the Californian landscape than any earthquake. Meteorologist Gwen Boudain has been studying the phenomenon, and believes we are due for the big one. But she isn't the only one betting on this. Surrounded by fi... read more

What if you could control the weather? Worse, what if the wrong person could control the weather? The Ark Storm is coming: an atmospheric river with the potential to cause more damage to the Californian landscape than any earthquake. Meteorologist Gwen Boudain has been studying the phenomenon, and believes we are due for the big one. But she isn't the only one betting on this. Surrounded by fi... read more

Six Lies

Ben Adams

How would you feel if, one day, you discovered everything you thought you knew about your family was a fabrication? Your mother wasn't your mother, your father was a liar and your whole upbringing was a sham. Confronted with this exact situation, Dave Fazackerley doesn't feel great. It doesn't help that he has just buried the woman he thought of as his mother. Or that his wife, his one true so... read more

How would you feel if, one day, you discovered everything you thought you knew about your family was a fabrication? Your mother wasn't your mother, your father was a liar and your whole upbringing was a sham. Confronted with this exact situation, Dave Fazackerley doesn't feel great. It doesn't help that he has just buried the woman he thought of as his mother. Or that his wife, his one true so... read more

Once Upon a Zombie: Book One: The Color of Fear

Billy Phillips, Jenny Nissenson

Unexplainablenews.com is reporting strange phenomena in cemeteries in Scotland, Germany, Italy, and America. Only one individual knows what's happening - and why! This person also knows the one girl who can prevent an unspeakable and imminent catastrophe from taking place. But will she? When Caitlin Fletcher's mom disappeared (or left?) four years ago, Caitlin began suffering from breathless b... read more

Unexplainablenews.com is reporting strange phenomena in cemeteries in Scotland, Germany, Italy, and America. Only one individual knows what's happening - and why! This person also knows the one girl who can prevent an unspeakable and imminent catastrophe from taking place. But will she? When Caitlin Fletcher's mom disappeared (or left?) four years ago, Caitlin began suffering from breathless b... read more

Michael Foreman: A Life in Pictures

Michael Foreman

One of my earliest memories is lying on the floor in front of the kitchen fire, drawing. During the war, paper was in short supply but, the large biscuit tins delivered to his Mum's shop were lined with white paper. The tins were about 12 inches square, so unfolded, the paper would be four feet long←perfect for drawings of marching soldiers and convoys of tanks, the village traffic of his chil... read more

One of my earliest memories is lying on the floor in front of the kitchen fire, drawing. During the war, paper was in short supply but, the large biscuit tins delivered to his Mum's shop were lined with white paper. The tins were about 12 inches square, so unfolded, the paper would be four feet long←perfect for drawings of marching soldiers and convoys of tanks, the village traffic of his chil... read more

The Vintage Fashion Bible: The Complete Guide to Buying and Styling Vintage Fashion from the 1920s to 1990s

Wayne Hemingway

The Vintage Fashion Bible is the go-to resource for all dedicated followers of vintage fashion. Written by the vintage fashion expert and Red or Dead co-founder, Wayne Hemingway,it is the only complete chronological look at 20th century fashion for men and women, as well as a practical guide to buying, styling and restoring vintage clothing.The book looks into the development of fashion from t... read more

The Vintage Fashion Bible is the go-to resource for all dedicated followers of vintage fashion. Written by the vintage fashion expert and Red or Dead co-founder, Wayne Hemingway,it is the only complete chronological look at 20th century fashion for men and women, as well as a practical guide to buying, styling and restoring vintage clothing.The book looks into the development of fashion from t... read more

Cruise Yourself Slim: Enjoy Your Cruise ... Without Piling On The Pounds!

Martin Shirran, Marion Shirran, Fiona Graham

Over 22 million people completed a cruise holiday in 2015; many of those came home weighing upwards of 4lb heavier – due in no small part to the huge quantities and choice of food and drink on board modern cruise liners. Utopia for cruise passengers would almost certainly be to be able to cruise, eat and drink and not have to fear the scales on the home journey! …. Martin and Marion Shirran ar... read more

Over 22 million people completed a cruise holiday in 2015; many of those came home weighing upwards of 4lb heavier – due in no small part to the huge quantities and choice of food and drink on board modern cruise liners. Utopia for cruise passengers would almost certainly be to be able to cruise, eat and drink and not have to fear the scales on the home journey! …. Martin and Marion Shirran ar... read more

Guardians of The Scroll (The Palace Library Series Book 2)

Steven Loveridge

Thrown back in time by The Palace Library to ancient Egypt, three children must protect a dangerous and magical manuscript. Only the power of The Scroll can control the savage creatures of The Nether World. Harry, Eleanor and Grace must battle monsters and face fire to wrestle The Scroll from the cruel grasp of Caesar and Cleopatra. At the moment of victory, a new evil emerges to steal it away... read more

Thrown back in time by The Palace Library to ancient Egypt, three children must protect a dangerous and magical manuscript. Only the power of The Scroll can control the savage creatures of The Nether World. Harry, Eleanor and Grace must battle monsters and face fire to wrestle The Scroll from the cruel grasp of Caesar and Cleopatra. At the moment of victory, a new evil emerges to steal it away... read more

Beyond the Pale: Folklore, Family and the Mystery of Our Hidden Genes

Emily Urquhart

The story begins on St. Stephen's Day, 2010, in St. John's, Newfoundland, when the author gives birth to a baby girl named Sadie Jane who has a shock of snow-white hair. News of the child's icy locks travels across the hospital, and physicians and nurses from all wards visit the unusually beautiful newborn as she lies sleeping in her plastic bassinet. The maternity-floor janitor, however, feel... read more

The story begins on St. Stephen's Day, 2010, in St. John's, Newfoundland, when the author gives birth to a baby girl named Sadie Jane who has a shock of snow-white hair. News of the child's icy locks travels across the hospital, and physicians and nurses from all wards visit the unusually beautiful newborn as she lies sleeping in her plastic bassinet. The maternity-floor janitor, however, feel... read more

Tram 83

Fiston Mwanza Mujila

In an African city in secession land tourists of all languages and nationalities. They have only one desire: to make a fortune by exploiting the mineral wealth of the country. They work during the day in mining concession and, as soon as night falls, they go out to get drunk, dance, eat and abandon themselves in Tram 83, the only night-club of the city, the den of all the outlaws.Lucien, a pro... read more

In an African city in secession land tourists of all languages and nationalities. They have only one desire: to make a fortune by exploiting the mineral wealth of the country. They work during the day in mining concession and, as soon as night falls, they go out to get drunk, dance, eat and abandon themselves in Tram 83, the only night-club of the city, the den of all the outlaws.Lucien, a pro... read more

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