Interested in other aspects of the publishing industry besides just writing? Here you can find our videos talking about all non-writing aspects of the publishing industry. To watch all of the videos, use the embedded playlist. To find a specific topic with regards to the non-writing side of the publishing industry, use the list below or the search bar.
Mickey Reed, professional freelance editor, talks about how you can become an editor.
Kellie Sheridan talks about her publishing world job–all Netgalley, all the time!
Calyn Morgan talks about the appropriate ways to read/review/handle advanced reader copies of books.
Kellie Sheridan talks about working for Spencer Hill Press and how advanced reader copies work from the publisher’s side.
Emma Gisclair talks about her job at a library and what you might need to do to work in one.
Rachel Sargeant talks about the importance of respecting published authors even when you hated their books or online persona.
Emma Gisclair talks about the rules of advanced reader copies of books.
Rachel Sargeant shares advice on how to get your hands on advanced reader copies of books.
Kellie Sheridan talks about ways that writers and other creatives can make a little money on the side to support their creative endeavors.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YUGfMOKKBTE%5B/embedded%5D E. Latimer talks about what happens when a book goes to auction.
In this live chat the WordNerds talk all about rejection in the publishing world.
Kellie Sheridan shares some networking tips for those of us who hate networking but also want writing/publishing friends.
Rachel Sargeant breaks down where your money actually goes when you buy a book.
Rachel Sargeant shares some advice for those of you interested in working at a bookstore someday.
Rachel Sargeant interviews an editor! Allie’s Links: Website: https://www.thepurrfectedit.com/the-purrfect-edit/ Podcast: https://www.thepurrfectedit.com/podcast-nose-in-a-book/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alliebliterary/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/alliebliterary
Rachel Sargeant shares what happens to create all those pretty book covers.
E. Latimer talks about whether or not an author should write a bad review of another author’s book.
Rachel Sargeant talks about the emphasis of purchasing new books and only looking for the next big, best thing in the booktube community.
Desiraye talks about her experience moderating an author panel at SE-YA Fest, and gives tips for if you need to moderate one!
Rachel Sargeant talks about how she got a job at a bookstore, the pros and cons of working there, and why she ultimately decided to leave the book store industry.
Emma Kate talks about the things you need to know if you’re considering an MLIS so you can be a librarian.
Kellie talks about what it has been like working for 4thewords, specifically getting involved in some of the writing and planning for their special events, and how writing for games is different than writing novels.
Kellie shares some of a project she’s been working on with 4thewords to create for beings to represent different kinds of writers, guiding ancients to help in the writing process and in all things creative.