Mar 7, 2019
Our guest today is Charlie Morris, who’s a senior publicity and marketing exec at Little Tiger UK and Stripes Books. She talks to the podcast about what her job looks like day to day, advice she has for people wanting to get into the publishing industry, a groundbreaking book she’s been working on for a year, and more.
Books Mentioned on the Podcast:
Proud, ed. Juno Dawson
Once and Future, by Amy Rose
Music and Malice in Hurricane Town, by Alex Bell
All The Lonely People, by David Owen
In at the Deep End, by Kate Davies
Jack of Hearts (And Other Parts), by L C Rosen
The Good Immigrant, by Nikesh Shukla
The Good Immigrant USA: 26 Writers Reflect on America, ed. Nikesh Shukla and Chimene Suleyman
How to Be a Grown-Up, by Daisy Buchanan
The Sisterhood: A Love Letter to the Women Who Have Shaped Me, by Daisy Buchanan
Don’t You Forget About Me, by Mhairi McFarlane
You Had Me At Hello, by Mhairi McFarlane
Unscripted, by Claire Handscombe
(A note on my book links: they usually take you to Amazon, and I get a few pence per sale at no extra cost to you if you click them and buy from there, which will help me make this podcast viable long-term. But better than Amazon, who are, let’s be honest, not the greatest, is Blackwells or Waterstones, or, even better, your local independent bookshop. If you live in the US or elsewhere further afield, you can find UK books at Book Depository (also owned by Amazon) at a good price and with no postage cost, or sometimes at Wordery.com, or you can buy them from Amazon US, or, even better, an independent bookshop.)
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