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Meryl L. Moss
Meryl L. Moss is the Founder and President of Meryl Moss Media (MMM) and publisher of BookTrib.com. Meryl Moss Media is a publicity and marketing firm that was started in 1993 to promote books, authors, foundations, businesses and special projects through media exposure, social media, speaking engagements, creative marketing initiatives and strategic partnerships. BookTrib.com is Meryl’s inspiration and passion that was started to help authors build their platform with readers.

Sex, Voyeurism, A Legendary Journalist And The Thin Line Between Fact And Fantasy

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Ever go to a hotel and wonder if anyone is watching you? Voyeur, a documentary shown this weekend at the Hamptons Film Festival about well-known journalist Gay Talese and motel owner Gerald Foos, the voyeur who chose him to write his story. It started more than thirty years earlier when Foos wrote a letter to Talese. Foos owned a small motel in Aurora Colorado that he turned into a laboratory designed specifically to spy on his clientele. In April, 2016 a controversial excerpt from Talese’s upcoming book The Voyeur’s Motel was published  in The New Yorker. Just before the book’s release, The Washington Post ran a story stating the book had factual inconsistencies threatening to destroy the story Talese was working on…

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Alec Baldwin, Gwyneth Paltrow, and More Light Up Authors Night 2017

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Literary luminaries lit up the warm and misty evening at the 13th annual Authors Night to benefit the 120-year-old East Hampton Library. In case you didn’t know, this is event is said to be the premier literary event of the Hamptons and one of the nation’s leading annual literary celebrations.   When I arrived, the parking lot was already full and shuttles, golf carts and mini buses helped attendees get to the massive tent that held 100 authors and more than 2,500 guests. The mood inside the tent was electric and abuzz with excitement. The first person I ran into was the “King of Shoes,” Steven Madden, who sold me shoes when I was in high school. He said he…

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Literary Luminaries and Celebrities Light Up the Hamptons for Authors Night 2017

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Literary luminaries lit up the warm and misty evening at the 13th annual Authors Night to benefit the 120-year-old East Hampton Library. In case you didn’t know, this is event is said to be the premier literary event of the Hamptons and one of the nation’s leading annual literary celebrations.   When I arrived, the parking lot was already full and shuttles, golf carts and mini buses helped attendees get to the massive tent that held 100 authors and more than 2,500 guests. The mood inside the tent was electric and abuzz with excitement.  The first person I ran into was the “King of Shoes,” Steven Madden, who sold me shoes when I was in high school. He said he…

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Mysteries and Suspense Giveaways in This Week’s AuthorBuzz!

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Dear Reader, see what this week’s AuthorBuzz authors have to say! In each note you’ll receive invitations to join contests, learn about the authors’ inspiration, get free books, bookplates or bookmarks, read personal stories, and more.     Dear Reader, Have you ever experienced the carnal catch— that exquisite, sweet moment when you’re seized with passion in a romantic encounter and committed to fulfilling your sexual desire without turning back? In Bourbon Chase, you get to experience the catch while a mystery unfolds. Meet Dr. Jen Dawson, Detective Tommy Vietti and D.A. Amanda Hawthorne. Bourbon Chase was the #1 New Release on Amazon for 30 days! Email [email protected] for the chance to win 1 of 5 signed books and check out her…

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Itty Bitty Book Review: Glennon Doyle Melton’s Love Warrior

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The memoir, Love Warrior, by Glennon Doyle Melton has been called “epic” by Elizabeth Gilbert, “astonishing” by Rob Bell of The New York Times and Brené Brown declared that the book “blew me away.” So when I heard Oprah choose the book on CBS This Morning to be the next pick for her monthly book club, I thought about grabbing a copy. When I purchase a book, which is pretty often, I like the experience to be kind of risky and mysterious. A guilty pleasure seeker, I actually enjoy not knowing everything about it before I buy. When I walked in to an indie bookstore one Saturday I was in the mood for a new cookbook, but picked up Love Warrior…

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