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BookEnds is Now on Clubhouse

As social media evolves and changes so does BookEnds. That means backing away from some platforms while embracing others. It also means, always, keeping our website current and active because no matter how much changes, the website is the one constant we’ll always have.

Most recently, BookEnds agents are now on Clubhouse. Specifically Jessica Faust (that’s me), Emily Forney, and James McGowan. We’ve been enjoying it so much that we’re diving in for our first event. On Thursday, March 25 at 2 pm EST Clubhouse members can tap in to listen to us talk about all things publishing and ask questions.

We really hope that if you’re on Clubhouse you’ll be able to attend. I’m sure there will be gaffs and moments of pure laughter as we test out something we’ve never done before.

Where Else to Find BookEnds

In addition to our newly minted Clubhouse accounts of course you can find BookEnds in all sorts of other places.

YouTube! Before Clubhouse this was our newest social media venture. If you prefer your learning on audio this is the place. Come here James and I discuss everything you’ll find on this blog and more. You can also meet all the agents of BookEnds here. Don’t forget to subscribe when you’re there. That way you won’t miss a thing.

Instagram!

Where we post inspirational quotes, updates on our latest books, and insights into the world of publishing.

Twitter!

Wherever you choose to spend your time socially, we hope to see you there.

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5 comments

  1. I don’t know much about Clubhouse yet. My understanding is it’s a more secure zoom-ish type of thing? Anyway it sounds interesting!

    I do hope you keep up your YouTube updates as well. I really have come to enjoy those – they are my reward to myself after a hard day’s writing!

  2. Never heard of Clubhouse, but looking into it it seems to be an invitation only, audio only, social media. Is that what you are referring too? If it is invitation only, it would appear to be a limited audience media. I’m curious what drew Bookends to it?

    1. It is invitation, and audio only. Part of what drew BookEnds to it is its unique approach, and conversation driven elements. It’s by no means going to be our only social media platform, but it’s an exciting new addition to what we’re already doing.

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