Andy consistently—and enthusiastically—delivers press results for Tommy Boy on a variety of projects. Andy’s always thinking out-of-the-box, taking our projects to editors most publicists would be too shy to approach. His press materials are the best written and the best looking we’ve ever seen. He does what all publicists should, but don’t do—finds angles or creates them—in order to land the stories and features.
I found Andy to be dedicated, creative and persistent in his efforts to secure press on “Gay In America” (Welcome Books/Random House). To this day, nearly two years later, he continues to seek press opportunities for the book.
Andy Reynolds made me gaymous!
I like him. He is an honorable person. He is focused. He sees the forest for the trees.
Andy Reynolds did a magnificent job with our very first book. He knew exactly how to “pitch” the volume to all popular LGBTQ media, including online and social media outlets, as well as traditional print media. We received a flood of reviews and announcements, contributing to a documented and significant boost in sales. He is also extremely easy to work with, solution-oriented, and handles changes in strategy with unique and creative flexibility.
Andy coordinated a very successful book tour to six hospitals across the U.S. He tenaciously pitched, sought press opportunities and followed-up from six months prior to the book’s release to eight months post-release, ultimately securing a combined publicity reach of nearly 103 million (circulation + impressions).
As a first-time author (“Closets, Combat & Coming Out,” Blue Beacon Books of RCE, 2014) working via an independent LGBT publisher, Andy got me coverage and reviews of my book that I could’ve never gotten on my own, including my very first cover! I’m looking to work with a larger publisher for my next project and I know that the amount of major press that I was able to land with Popular Publicity for my first book will legitimize me and help me move to the next level.