Zell Miller "Invitations to appear on “Meet the Press,” “Hannity & Colmes” and just about every major cable news show have more than exceeded my expectations and have contributed significantly to our success. Being on the New York Times bestsellers list is a dream come true for any author." Senator Zell Miller (D-GA) Best-Selling Author O n the cusp of the 2004 Presidential election, U.S. Senator Zell Miller, a Georgia Democrat, wrote an insightful book about how the Democratic party was Sun among many others. Senator Miller appeared on countless local and national radio programs including Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, and Don Imus. The desperately out of step with much of the country. Stroud media tour launched Senator Miller into the national & Hall Publishers tapped Shirley & Banister Public spotlight which culminated in the dramatic keynote Affairs to market the book and promote Senator Miller. speech by the Senator at the 2004 Republican National A National Party No More: The Conscience of a Conser- Convention and the famous confrontation in which vative Democrat debuted at number four on the New Senator Miller challenged MSNBC’s Chris Matthews York Times bestsellers list and stayed in the top 10 for to a duel. ten weeks. In 2005, after his retirement from the Senate, Stroud SBPA arranged for Senator Miller to launch the book & Hall again turned to SBPA to manage the campaign on NBC’s Meet the Press and on FOX News Channel’s for A Deficit of Decency. Senator Miller presented his Hannity & Colmes. Excerpts of the book were arranged thoughts on a wide range of issues in which indecency with The Washington Times while reviews were written is threatening culture. Deficit touched on a common for The Weekly Standard, The Wall Street Journal, The nerve with the American people and debuted at num- Hill, Roll Call, The New York Times, and The New York ber nine on The New York Times bestsellers list.