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Slothilda - Living the Sloth Life

Dante Fabiero

Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing

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Over 20 million views on Giphy! 
 Featured on The Huffington Post, BoredPanda, Buzzfeed, Mashable, Snapchat, Aplus, and many more.
 32k followers on Tumblr, 14k on Facebook, and thousands more through Instagram and email subscribers. 
 Author is an Emmy award-winning animator; his animation work includes The Simpsons, American Dad, and The Cosmos w/ Neil DeGrasse Tyson.
 His work has been featured on networks such as Netflix, TBS, Fox, and YouTube.  
 Prepared to collaborate with Grammarly (6.8 million Facebook followers, 142k Twitter followers), and Connie Cheng, CEO of CorgiThings (52k followers on Facebook, 24k on Instagram). 
 Author has “Prior to publication” and “Upon publication” marketing plans, including holding contests, sending out polls and surveys, and encouraging engagement with existing fans by holding giveaways through his various internet platforms, and utilizing existing networks and relationships in print and online publications via guest-blogging, cross-promotion, and interviews.

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