More News12 Point Rule Launches Monica Site for St. Martin’s Press

12 Point Rule Launches Monica Site for St. Martin's Press

New York City-based Web design and development firm 12 Point Rule launched a Web site for St. Martin's Press topromote the book publisher's Monica Lewinsky tell-all tome, Monica's Story .

New York City-based Web design and development firm 12 Point Rule launched a Web site for St. Martin’s Press to promote the book publisher’s Monica Lewinsky tell-all tome, Monica’s Story.

Monica’s Story, published by St. Martin’s Press and written by Andrew Morton, author of the New York Times best-seller, “Diana: Her True Story,: will be available for purchase online and in stores on Friday.

The Web site contains an excerpt from the book and lists Andrew Morton press appearances and locations where people may purchase the book. Billings for the project were not disclosed.

Other 12 Point Rule clients include Time Warner, Nickelodeon, Viacom Interactive, Chase Global Asset Management and Mutual Funds, Gruner & Jahr Publishers, Mendola Artists Representatives, and rock club CBGB.

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