In which I talk about some of my favourite female characters, about what it means to be strong and introduce you to Rebel of the Sands.
This video is sponsored by Faber & Faber for Rebel of the Sands.
Being introduced to Amani, the lead character of this book, who has to use her sharpshooting skills, wits and perseverance to get out of Dustwalk, inspired me to create a video on the topic of strong female characters.
Let me know what you think in the comments!
As always I only chose to work with books and brands that I love! And all opinions are my own.
More info about the book.
Watch the trailer of Rebel of the Sands.
Buy Rebel of the Sands on Amazon.
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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. No, I'm not Irish, Canadian, etc.
Where do you live?
I live in London and have been here for 3.5 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 7 years. (P.s. You don't necessarily have to study Publishing or English to get a job in publishing!).
Can you review my book?
I can't guarantee that I will, but if you'd like to get in touch, please take a look at my review policy on the 'About' page of my channel.
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