Mario Lopez’s first memoir, Just Between Us, went on sale from Celebra this week to a major media blitz.  As Mario turns forty, he reflects about his time as a child actor to his role as A.C. Slater on Saved by the Bell, to his current gig hosting EXTRA and his happy-ever-after marriage to his wife Courtney Mazza and their two children.  Mario started the week with a great event at Book Revue on Long Island, and did interviews with all the major networks, starting with Good Morning America on Monday, and followed with Fox & FriendsEllen, The Chew, Dr. Oz, The Howard Stern Show on Sirius/XM, and a People magazine first serial excerpt!  He also made a stop at Brooklyn’s The BookMark Shoppe where he signed copies for more than 150 fans.  More interviews to come next week, including The Talk, Queen Latifah,, and an event in Glendale, CA.mario-lopez-GMA
Celebra announced on Tuesday that it will release the first book from international superstar Jennifer Lopez on October 28.  A hardcover edition of the book, entitled True Love, will be published simultaneously in English and Spanish.  This news was jointly revealed by the websites for People and People en Espanol, and quickly picked up by media outlets around the world, including USA Today,Entertainment Weekly, the Associated Press, ABC News,The Hollywood Reporter, the BBC, Billboard, the Los Angeles Times, and The Washington Post, among others. In the book, Lopez explores one of her life’s most defining periods – the transformative two-year journey of how, as an artist and a mother, she confronted her greatest challenges, identified her biggest fears, and ultimately emerged a stronger person than she’s ever been.  True Love will be an honest and revealing personal diary filled with hard-won lessons, heartfelt recollections, and stunning never-before-seen photographs.
A huge crowd turned out for Celebra’s launch event for Why Soccer Matters by international soccer superstar Pelé, who drew hundreds of fans to his April 1 appearance at the Fifth Avenue Barnes & Noble location in Manhattan.
Pelé will be a guest on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart tonight and has already been featured in Vanity Fair’s Proust Questionnaire.Interviews with the soccer icon are coming in Time’s 10 Questions feature, the Associated Press, a 2-page feature in the May issue ofEsquireThe Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, Sports Illustrated, and a Town Hall presentation with Sirius-XM. Why Soccer Matters will also be featured in Paradewith an online excerpt in the April 6 issue.