We don’t like to toot our own horn.   We let others do it for us….

“Margaret is such a pleasure to work with – I wish I could take her everywhere with me! From a writer’s perspective as well as from the standpoint of someone in the media, she’s professional, thoughtful, creative, organized, and well connected – I can think of few people I’d recommend as wholeheartedly!”

~ Julie Van Rosendaal, DinnerWithJulie.com, co-author of Best of Bridge series

“If Margaret were a wine, she’d be the coveted 2000 Château Margaux: vintage expertise that uncorks a fresh perspective every time, nuanced and layered interpersonal skills, and a consistent producer of first-class, hard-to-obtain results. She stands alone in her field, and working with her is both an investment and a pleasure.

Margaret expertly managed the Vancouver publicity for my two books Red, Wine and Drunk All Over and Unquenchable. She was a professional, tenacious, and enthusiastic champion of my work. By drawing on her extensive media relations experience, Margaret was able to secure great media exposure for my books. She landed interviews for me with major newspapers and blogs as well as top-rated radio and television shows. I highly recommend Margaret, and yes, if she were a wine, she’d garner that rare score of 100 of 100 points.”

~ Natalie MacLean, named “World’s Best Wine Writer” by World Food Media Awards  – http://www.nataliemaclean.com

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“I had the good fortune to work with Margaret MacKinnon-Cash on two different occasions. She is without a doubt a terrific, well-organized, entertaining and superb publicist. Not only that, she has a way of solving any number of bizarre problems that can crop up on a book tour.”

~ Sally Armstrong, journalist and author of Ascent of Women

“Thank you, Margaret for the wonderful job you did on the launch of the Eat St. cookbook in the Vancouver area. Your efforts helped make it a bestseller! Can’t thank you enough for working me so hard. It was worth it. I would highly recommend MMC Public Relations to other authors and performers.”

~ James Cunningham, host of Eat St. (Food Network Canada) james-cunningham.com

“Margaret has consistently provided excellent results on Food Network Canada’s publicity campaigns. She’s a true professional and a pleasure to work with.”


~ Jaclyn Atwood-Powell, Senior Publicity Manager, Lifestyle Channels (Food Network Canada), Shaw Media

“On the Vancouver section of the book tour for my novel The Hungry Ghosts, Margaret took good care of me but also ensured that there was plenty of publicity. The choice of publicity showed sensitivity and understanding of my book and how it should be pitched to a Vancouver audience.”

~ Shyam Selvadurai, author of The Hungry Ghost

“I had the pleasure of working with Margaret for more than 10 years at Shaw. As one of the producers of the Studio 4 Program, The Fanny Kiefer Show & The Rush with Fiona Forbes, Margaret has consistently delivered outstanding guests and content for our programs. From concept to completion – it is always a pleasure to work with Margaret.”

~ Ian MacKenzie, producer of The Rush with Fiona Forbes and The Fanny Kiefer Show

“The Vancouver Writers Fest has worked closely with Margaret for many years and what a pleasure it has been. Everything: promotion and publicity, logistics, scheduling, and co-ordination, is handled in a thoroughly professional manner. And no one in the business is nicer.”

~ Hal Wake, former artistic director, The Vancouver Writers Fest

“Just the swiftest of notes to thank you most heartily and profoundly for making my visit to Vancouver such a delightful one. I really can’t thank you enough…..see you with the next book!  Until then, and once again, a million thanks and all the very best wishes.” 

~  a note from Bill Bryson, author of A Short History of Nearly Everything and The Life and Times of the Thunderbolt Kid

“Margaret is an impassioned bibliophile and a great publicist. She is always a pleasure to work with and gives it her all.”

~ Kevin Patterson, author of Consumption, Outside the Wire, Country of Cold and The Water in Between  

theopaulinenestor“Thank you so much for lining up my Vancouver events. You did a wonderful job.”

~ a note from Theo Pauline Nestor, author of How to Sleep Alone in a King-Size Bed 

Embarrassment of Mangoes“Thanks to you for arranging such a great day for me in Vancouver. I thoroughly enjoyed meeting you and I was delighted with the attention for Mangoes that resulted from the visit…..I hope our paths cross again.”

  ~ Ann Vanderholf, author of An Embarrassment of Mangoes: A Caribbean Interlude

“Thanks for being such good company, for the media consultation, and for setting up such a good schedule in Vancouver. And, we even had sunshine. It was all very satisfying!”

~ Naomi Duguid, author of Home Baking, Mangoes and Curry Leaves and Hot Sour Salty Sweet

“You’re the best!”

~ Bonnie Stern, author of Friday Night Dinners, Essentials of Home Cooking and Heart Smart

“Five stars!”

~ Robert Bateman, renowned wildlife artist and author of Life Sketches, Thinking Like a Mountain and Birds

“Thank you so much for taking me to all my engagements in Vancouver. It was a pleasant, and I think, productive day, due largely to your hard work. Thanks for everything.”

~ a note from Stuart McLean, author of Dave Cooks the Turkey and former host of CBC radio’s Vinyl Cafe

“Margaret has worked with us on countless campaigns as a freelance publicist when we have authors touring to Vancouver. She has strong contacts in the media and with event coordinators, books strong media interviews and takes very good care of our authors.”

~ Tracey Turriff,  senior vice-president and director of corporate communications, Penguin Random House Canada

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