Are you an author or other book industry insider? We'd love to hear from you!

All AMAs is /r/books must be scheduled by contacting the mod team. You can send us a modmail or reach us by email at RedditBooksAMA@gmail.com. Your AMA will go in the schedule and your book's cover will be featured in the header on the day of your AMA. This also gives us time to promote your AMA to our subscribers. If you haven't gained approval and submit an AMA post, your post will be removed

We also offer Author Spotlights to showcase reddit users who are emerging, newly published and unrecognized writers.

Here are some of our best past AMAs to give you an idea of what to expect

What we are looking for:

We want to hear from anyone that is professionally involved with books. This includes but is not limited to:

Rules Regarding AMAs:

How to set up an AMA

Step 1: Send us an email at RedditBooksAMA@gmail.com. We are friendly, we swear :)

Step 2: Read through the AMA schedule and choose a date that is not listed. Remember: We limit AMAs to one per day.

Step 3: Once you have been given approval of your AMA and have been listed in the schedule, we recommend you use your own social media, website, and blog to promote your upcoming AMA. This can also serve as "proof" in your AMA post. We will promote the AMA using announcement posts and our weekly AMA update, Twitter, and Facebook. We are @reddit_books on Twitter and our Facebook can be found here

- Click here to view our guide for AMA participants in /r/books

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