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What Sells Books in 2022: How to Make a Great Author Website

If you’ve managed to build and launch a basic website to support your indie author business, congratulations! Your website is the cornerstone of your author brand and book marketing efforts. However, there’s a strong possibility it could work harder for you. That's what we're discussing in today's post. The Alliance of Independent Authors welcomes partner member and website designer, Pauline Wiles. 
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Inspirational Indie Author Interview. Jennifer Helfand

Inspirational Indie Author Interview. Jennifer Helfand: After a Childhood of ‘Not Fitting In,’ She Helps Her Readers Find Their Way

My ALLi author guest this episode is Jennifer Helfand, who writes under the pen name Jordana Chana Mayim. Jennifer specializes in writing stories for children and adults about people who don't quite fit in, who long for something more in their lives. It's a subject she knows well because she spent a childhood not really fitting in, herself, until she found travel, writing, and indie publishing. Jennifer hopes that her books help others find where they can fit in, too. I'll let Jennifer tell her story.
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Creative Self-Publishing: Creating Your Copyright Page: A Guide For Indie Authors: Image Of Blurred Book And Magnifying Glass With The Word Copyright Magnified

Creative Self-Publishing: Creating Your Copyright Page: A Guide for Indie Authors

You've finished a book! Hurrah. Now you need to publish it. Which means metadata, back matter, front matter, and... a copyright page. But what exactly is supposed to go in a copyright page? How much legal wording do you need and what are those key phrases? Today, the Alliance of Independent Authors discusses creating your copyright page.
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Inheriting Intellectual Property Rights: Image Of A Last Will And Testament Document

The Ultimate Guide to Estate Planning for Authors Part 2: The Heir and Inheriting Intellectual Property Rights

We've been discussing our author legacy, our estates and how to best prepare our businesses for our heirs. But there's another side to this, and that's becoming an heir to an author estate. If your relative is an author or creative, then they will have intellectual property that will become your responsibility. Inheriting IP rights can be overwhelming, so let's make the process a little easier for you. Today, the Alliance of Independent Authors discusses estate planning for heirs and the process of inheriting Intellectual Property rights.
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Free Author Platform

Free Ways to Grow an Author Platform, With Orna Ross and Dan Parsons: Beginner Self-Publishing Podcast

Today on the #AskALLi Beginner Self-Publishing podcast: Free ways to grow an author platform. What is an author platform? If you’re just setting out as an indie author, how do you build one? In this episode, ALLi Director Orna Ross and Content Production Manager Dan Parsons outline the fundamental pillars that uphold a good author platform—one that spreads your message and sells your books—without spending a fortune on advertising.
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