It's a Canada vs. the Netherlands throw-down! Well... not really. Emily and myself introduce each other to the weird and wonderful phrases of our native countries. Enjoy!
Watch episode one of Cold
First ep. of How We Made Cold.
Emily on Twitter.
Shoutout to Tourism Nanaimo for letting me use their fancy pic of a Nanaimo bar!
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Subscribe to my channel.
Follow what I'm reading on GoodReads.
Blog (travel, food & London) http://booksandquills.co.uk
// d e r p i n a m o d e
Cruelty-free beauty and lifestyle channel with Marion.
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Help me out by contributing English captions or foreign subtitles on my videos. Here’s a step by step guide of how it works. Thanks so much to everyone who’s already contributed!
Select the gear icon in the YouTube player
Select Subtitles/CC, Add subtitles or CC (or More and then Add translations)
// t a l k s & p a n e l s
I can give talks, moderate panels or appear on panels on a variety of topics, from BookTube to how to be a book influencer, working with brands and publishers, how to run or start a YouTube channel, building your personal brand online, creativity and productivity, and much more. I can also host author Q&As, panels and other publishing events. Feel free to get in touch at email@example.com
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I’m available to work with brands, both on YouTube and on my other social channels (Twitter, Instagram, blog). Feel free to get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Can you review my book?
I’m always happy to hear about upcoming books, but I’m afraid I don’t review self-published books and usually prefer to be contacted by the publisher rather than the author. I can only accept a small number of books for review, since I have a lot of books lined up already. I enjoy reading classics, dystopian/apocalyptic novels, sci-fi, translated fiction and a variety of graphic novels, YA and contemporary literary fiction. You can contact me at email@example.com
Where is your accent from?
I was born and raised in the Netherlands, studied English Literature at Leiden University (also in the Netherlands), studied in the US for 3 months and had lots of American friends, hence the weird accent. I'm definitely not Irish or Canadian, I promise!
Where do you live?
I live in London and have been here for 4 years now.
Where do you work?
I'm a Social Media Producer at Penguin Random House UK.
How did you get into publishing?
I did publishing work experience on 3 different occasions, did a lot of networking and learned everything I know about social media from creating and running this channel for 8 years. (P.s. You don't necessarily have to study Publishing or English to get a job in publishing!).
What do you use to film?
I have a Canon 60D with a Tokina 11-16 lens (which is super useful if you want to sit close to your camera and still get a wide shot) and I use a window as my natural lighting. I edit my videos in Final Cut X.
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