Ricardo Fayet is a co-founder of Reedsy, he likes to imagine how small players will build the future of publishing and he shares his insights about The Power of Collaboration during The Indie Author 2.0 Revolution.
Opinion posts on a topical, controversial or interesting self-publishing issue. By ALLi Director, Orna Ross, on the first Monday of each month and other ALLi members on the other Mondays.
Why partnership for authors doesn’t always mean parting with cash – how you can benefit from the hive’s wisdom and generosity via our Facebook group
We turn the spotlight of 5 top opinion posts from our 2016 blog archive – all key messages for indie authors everywhere as we prepare for 2017
Why wouldn’t Shakespeare’s royal plays count as literary fiction if written today? Theo Rogers asks provocative questions – and suggests some answers – about the nature of literary fiction.
Do you – should you – ask readers in the back matter of your self-published books to post reviews of your work? US indie author Karen Myers explains why she thinks it’s a bad idea.
What would you do if you had the opportunity to write full-time, rent-free for year? Would you take it? Should you take it? Or are their traps along the way? ALLi members discuss the pros and cons.
What should the indie authors do when digital pirates target their books? Award-winning writer Jane Davis, author of seven novels, shares her strategy.
Have you seen publishing open up to indies? The Alliance of Independent Authors is updating its #PublishingOpenUp campaign. So what’s changed for you since the campaign launch in 2014?
How to gain confidence as an author – including a discussion of the roles of heart, brain, gut and instinct in guiding your career as an indie author.
Why getting more sleep can boost creative thinking for writers – and how you can get more of it, with these six top tips on sleep hygiene for indie authors.