Indie Author Fringe. Katie Webb and Maribel Steel share how to open up your books to readers who can’t access texts in conventional formats because they are visually impaired or ‘print disabled’.
Indie Author Fringe: Bob Mayer shares his experience of using the skills he acquired from self-publishing his own back-catalogue, to where he is today with “authors publishing authors”
Indie Author Fringe: Diego Marano of Kobo Writing Life talks about the benefit for authors of joining forces to maximise their promotion
IngramSpark is over the moon to be involved and supporting the 2016 Indie Author Fringe events. Orna Ross chats with IngramSpark’s Robin Cutler to find out how to incorporate print books into your indie author strategy without spending a fortune. Click here to find out more about Robin Cutler Ingram Spark Offer For a limited […]
If anyone can predict the future it’s CEO of Smashwords Mark Coker. In this video recording his goal is to help indies realize that despite the rapid and dizzying changes taking place, all these changes conspire to create a future in which indies have the advantage. Click here to find out more about Mark Coker GIVEAWAY […]
Indie Author Fringe. In this video, Nina Amir shows us how to leverage your content by turning your blog posts into a book.
Indie Author Fringe: Join two of Twitter’s masters, Laurence O’Bryan and Ian Sutherland, in this entertaining video discussion about how authors can use Twitter to maximum effect.
Indie Author Fringe: Dan Holloway, 2016 UK National Poetry Slam Finalist, gives a mesmerising 2 minute performance on How to Write a Bestseller.
Indie Author Fringe: Damon Freeman of Damonza provides valuable insight into cover design lessons he has learned over many years.
Indie Author Fringe: Would your life make a good story? Helena Halme offers excellent advice on how to turn fact into fiction.