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A Year Of Opinions About Self-Publishing

A Year of Opinions about Self-Publishing

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“Now, just listen to me, my dears!”

Once a week, the ALLi blog serves as a soapbox for one of our members to speak out about an aspect of self-publishing that excites or enrages them.The more controversial the post, the better! At least in terms of fuelling debate about issues that are key to the success of us all and of indie authors everywhere. These Opinion pieces often fuel lengthy comment threads, and here are some of those that stirred the greatest response.

The comment threads are still open, so it’s not too late to add your views – and if you’d like to read ALL the Opinion pieces, please click here for a full menu.

If you have a burning issue to do with self-publishing (or indeed with trade publishing and its attitudes to the indie sector) and would like to write an Opinion piece in 2014, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with blog editor Debbie Young at debbie[at}allianceindependentauthors.org.

Happy New Year to you all – and here’s to some great debates in 2014!

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Debbie Young

Debbie Young writes warm, funny feel-good fiction, including the Sophie Sayers Village Mysteries series, which begins with the bestselling "Best Murder in Show". As ALLi's Author Advice Center Manager, she also writes guidebooks for authors. Founder and director of the Hawkesbury Upton Literature Festival, she is a frequent speaker at other literary events. Find out more about Debbie's writing life on her author website www.authordebbieyoung.com.

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