BEA Bloggers Conference
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Attend BEA Bloggers Conference to learn, be inspired, and connect with book bloggers, authors, and publishing industry professionals. You will benefit from a jam-packed day of education, extreme networking, and the passion and fun that surrounds book blogging!
Hear from leading bloggers on where blogging is going, how new developments are impacting bloggers and what is coming down the road.
- State of the Blogging Industry
- Best Practices & Community Engagement
- Tips & Tactics for Stronger Content
- Working with the Industry
- Marketing & Social Media
- Blogger Celebration
Plus, enjoy lots of networking and blogger to blogger idea sharing—just what you need to get inspired and motivated to BLOG ON!
Check back soon for more information on the 2015 program.
Register today for BEA Bloggers Conference. Or save money with the BEA Super Pass—includes BEA, IDPF Digital Book Conference, BEA Bloggers Conference, and uPublishU at BEA. Passes are limited—buy yours today!
Nina Amir, the bestselling author of How to Blog a Book and The Author Training Manual, is a speaker, a blogger, and an author, book, and blog-to-book coach. Known as the Inspiration to Creation Coach, she helps creative people combine their passion and purpose so they move from idea to inspired action and positively and meaningfully impact the world as writers, bloggers, authorpreneurs, and blogpreneurs. Some of Nina’s clients have sold 300,000+ copies of their books, landed deals with major publishing houses and created thriving businesses around their books. She is the founder of National Nonfiction Writing Month, aka the Write Nonfiction in November Challenge, and the Nonfiction Writers’ University. As a hybrid author she has published 15 books and had as many as four books on the Amazon Top 100 list at the same time.
Florinda Pendley Vasquez
Florinda Pendley Vasquez works with numbers, not words, as Controller for a social-services nonprofit in Los Angeles, California, but who wants to blog about accounting? Not her, which is why this lifelong reader and seven-year veteran blogger has been talking about books at The 3 R's Blog: Reading, 'Riting and Randomness since March 2007. The "randomness" extends to popular culture, travel, family, life, and commentary on issues and experiences both major (sometimes) and minor (all too often), but "reading" is the first "R" in her blog's title for a good reason. Florinda is also a contributing reviewer for Shelf Awareness for Readers.