In the British Museum this week there was a lecture by a historical famous novelist Hilary Mantel about Princesses and monarchs in the UK. Ironically the author was seen in London this week at her talk expressing her understanding of what it must have been like as a Princess and explores moments of time in history that explain what is happening today.
- A satirical look at royalty by Hilary Mantel
- A summary of the lecture held in British Museum, London.
- Three case studies looking at: princesses and Kings.
Today’s entry is a great opportunity for anyone interested in PR to find out what its all about, also any authors who are looking for new and precise ways that work to promote their books then again this is probably something you should know about.
Kate Middleton is the ‘princess’ the Duchess of Cambridge and princess Diana is a comparison of this and to explain this in a more satirical way they have been given historically royal names. Find out why Kate is Kate The Coathanger.
Find out more about why she calls king to be petulant Prince Harry and why STI author Charlotte Beaulieu calls the author Hilary The Sour. In the comments below I want you to come up with some titles for people and explain why and what it means to you.
Ms Mantel in her lecture had something to say about the Daily Mail she is very good at PR and promotes her books very well and if you want to know the in’s and out’s of this then have a read of Charlotte’s report.
Part of the historical background of this story is a reference to David Cameron, and when he became the British Prime Minister. David is also very good at PR for the UK and today’s example is very important example of this.
Ms Mantel author and award winning novelist has in included Kate Middleton in her recent lecture at the British museum. As you will find out in today’s post this lecture compared Princess Kate to Princess Diana. So I guess that is why Charlotte has called today’s post “Kate The Coat Hanger, Hilary The Sour, Dave The Protector. Just Hollow Celebrities“.
David Cameron is also mentioned in here to add more substance since he is also very good at PR and by going to publicly apologies to the people who experienced the partition years ago is one good example of building good public relationships. I am sure for any future historical fiction from the treasured author Hilary Mantel. A cynical creative entry by Charlotte Beaulieu originally shared by Alexander first published over on Stirring Trouble Internationally. Stirring Trouble Internationally is a current affairs website with news about books, entertainment, politics and world news.
Source: Stirring Trouble Internationally – A humorous take on news and current affairs www.stirringtroubleinternationally.comFebruary 20, 2013 at 11:20AM
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