Book Bloggers and Publishers Online Conference 2012

Written By: Kellie - Mar• 13•12

So, just a few hours ago the 2012 Book Bloggers and Publishers Online Conference ended, and I miss it already. The BBPOC was a 5 day long series of discussion about blogging and the publishing industry, and I learned so so much.

The host Terry Kate of Romance in the Back Seat, was fantastic and covered a lot of topics I was genuinely interested in. Time Management, Negative Reviews and way more topics that are really relevant in today’s blogosphere. There are still quite a few panels I need to catch up on but ahhhhh, it was all so good!

For me, the other highlight was the live discussion that went on in the chat room throughout the entire conference. I met so many other fantastic bloggers who I really respect. I really love this community. I may have even found some roommates for BEA, and I’m pretty excited about that too.

The one down side… I am now epically behind on my reading. I was off school this week (reading week) and had planned to focus mainly on playing catch up with my TBR pile. No luck. I have a few NetGalley titles and feature weeks I need to focus on, while at the same time managing to graduate. So… now I’m off to read!

If you participated in the BBPOC, what did you think? If not, you can still register and have access to all of the panels which were recorded throughout each day. Highly recommended to anyone who is passionate about book blogging and is always on the lookout for ways to improve as well as some fantastic discussion

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  1. I loved the conference! I plan on listening to the audio files of the panels I missed over the next few days. I learned so much and plan on participating next year!

  2. I miss BBPOC already too. It was so awesome to meet so many other book bloggers. I have a lot of panels to catch up on though too.

  3. Oh, I really love these conferences. I participated last year too, and even though I miss a lot since I’m in Sweden and 6 hours ahead (a girl’s got to sleep some time!), I always have a lot of fun chatting up with people! And of course, learn a lot from the awesome panels. :D

  4. Kellie says:

    Half a week later and I still need to find a good chunk of time to sit down and do some listening.

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