I was sent quite a few books for review, and received a few books as gifts this month, so decided to split my April Book Haul video into two parts. The first part is uploaded, you can watch it over here. :) Lots of bookish love xxx
I've just uploaded a video talking about some of my favourite first lines in literature. You can watch it over here :) Youtube wouldn't let me post the list of videos in the description, as it's too long, so I've included them in this blog post (below) instead.
Hello folks, I've closed up the bookshop until May! I'm spending the rest of the month working on other projects, writing and travelling around Japan. (The bookshop will still be open, naturally, I just won't be there). I've been filming ahead so eight videos will go up when I'm away www.youtube.com/jenvcampbell - I got your bookish needs covered :) - and if you want to follow my adventures, you can keep an eye on Twitter (www.twitter.com/aeroplanegirl) and Instagram (www.instagram.com/jenvcampbell) :) (I will be signing books in Tokyo at some point, probably the 26th or 27th April - more details on that later) xx
I teamed up with the lovely Sanne [from Books&Quills] to recommend some of our favourite apocalyptic fiction. We had a lot of fun filming this video, and we'll get together again in the future to talk about dystopian literature, too - clearly we like all the really uplifting genres ;). You can watch the video over here. We also filmed a video over on her channel, too. :) Hope you're all having a lovely week! xx
Jen Campbell is the author of the Sunday Times bestselling 'Weird Things Customers Say in Bookshops' series, and 'The Bookshop Book.' She's also an award-winning poet and short story writer. Her poetry collection 'The Hungry Ghost Festival' is published by The Rialto and she is currently writing a short story collection. She runs a Booktube channel over at youtube.com/jenvcampbell
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