A bit of a contentious topic this week, but JJ and Kelly discuss the boundaries between your public self and your private self and how that can affect your publishing career, including tips on what to do when your book is called out for harmful content. They also have tips about skincare, especially Korean beauty, if you’re into that sort of thing.
Welcome back to Clause by Clause, a series that aims to demystify publishing contracts! Previously we’ve talked about Options, Non-Competes, and Force Majeure, and today we’re going to kick off the beginning of a new year by talking about endings. Here’s what you need to know about Rights of Termination. What is a Rights of Termination clause? A rights of termination clause lists out all the ways in which your contract can be terminated, meaning […]
Stacey: We’d love to start by hearing a little more about your blogging routine. How do you decide which books to read? How many books do you read a week? Do you try to review a variety of genres? Nancy: It all depends on blog tour obligations and when post commitments are due. In regards to the books I read, it’s a combination of author commitments and whatever books that I feel that I can […]
This week JJ and Kelly wrap up their Publishing 301 series with WARRANTIES and INDEMNITIES, or what you are actually on the hook for when you sign a publishing contract, so to speak. Also, they FINALLY have some recommendations for you this week, as both are slowly returning to consuming media after an entire summer off.
This week Kelly and JJ continue their Publishing 301 series with PERMISSIONS & FAIR USE, or Wherein They Define Copyright and How Not to Violate It. Also Kelly is training for her first 5K and JJ went to Savannah and possibly took a picture of a ghost.