Indie Author Fringe: In this live 20 minute presentation from BEA, editor, book designer and indie author Amie McCracken outlines how to get your first draft down in six months.
In this article, Members of the Alliance of Independent Authors provide feedback about the pros and cons of using Dragon for speech-to-text. If you’re considering switching from keyboard to microphone to write your daily word count, here’s input to help you decide if you need a Dragon of your own. Dragon Professional (formerly known as Dragon […]
Indie Author Fringe: In this live 20 minute presentation from BEA, Orna Ross and Kim Bookless talk about how their respective organisations serve the needs of indie authors and can help you write and sell more books.
In this video presentation, social & digital marketer and indie author Paul Teague will demonstrate ten amazing tools to save you time and effort give your writing and author platform an instant shot in the arm.
In the second Video recorded by Kobo Writing Life at the London Book Fair 2016, authors Kathryn Croft, Mel Sherratt, Paul Pilkington, Alison Morton and Harvey Black are interviewed.
Indie Author Fringe: Setting up shop at book festivals, comic cons and genre-specific conventions can be a highly productive way for genre fiction authors to build their email lists, sell books, expand their brand and meet the readers that will become their biggest fans.
Indie Author Fringe: Most advice encourages indie authors to do pre-orders. But is it always a good idea? Author Elizabeth Spann Craig outlines her own pre-order experiment and offers seven tips for other authors.
Indie Author Fringe: How to leverage preorders to sell more books. Less than 15% of indies are using preorders, even though it’s been proven that books born as preorders sell more copies.
Indie Author Fringe: There are various opportunities to merchandise your books through Amazon, Apple, Kobo, Nook and other ebook disbributors. Draft2Digital’s Dan Wood explains the different requirements of each of the major vendors and how to give your book the best chance of landing one of those coveted spots.
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