Noble Words is an Australian-based book PR company working with some of the world's oldest publishers - and newest self-published authors - to create innovative publicity campaigns that really sell books. We have offices in Sydney and Melbourne.
Communications services, including professional book publicity campaigns, tour management, press release writing and article writing. Our campaigns really work and our results are second-to-none. Clients include the Australian Ministry for the Arts (Prime Minister's Literary Awards, 2014, 2015 and 2016); the Sydney Writers' Festival; publishers Allen & Unwin, Penguin Random House, Harper Collins Australia, University of Queensland Press, Inkerman & Blunt, Xoum Publishing and Hardie Grant/Universal. Writers and personalities include Chris Judd (a Christmas bestseller), Indira Naidoo, Jane Caro and Beata Zatorska and Simon Target, whose gorgeous debut cookery-memoir 'Rose Petal Jam' received huge coverage in the Australian media, and went on to win a prestigious international 2012 Gourmand Award and a nomination for an Australian Book Industry Award in the same year.
The book world has changed dramatically thanks to the digital revolution. Now, anyone with a great book idea and the time to write it can become a published author. But what happens when your masterpiece goes out into the world? How do you make your book stand out from the crowd and find your readers?Book publicity – that is, the exchange of quality content for access to a media organisation’s... read more
The highly anticipated new novel from the Miles Franklin-shortlisted author of Blood ‘You find yourself down at the bottom of the river, for some it’s time to give into her. But other times, young fellas like you two, you got to fight your way back. Show the river you got courage and is ready to live.’ The river is a place of history and secrets. For Ren and Sonny, two unlikely friends, it’s a... read more
A look at some truly creative and unique urban gardening solutions, along with practical tips and recipes When Indira Naidoo transformed her tiny 13th-floor balcony into a bountiful kitchen garden, it changed her life forever. She joined the quiet revolution rolling through our cities—the army of urban gardeners turning concrete into crops, and harvests into hope. She also came to realize that... read more
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