Indie Author Fringe: Would your life make a good story? Helena Halme offers excellent advice on how to turn fact into fiction.
Indie Author Fringe: What’s the difference between plotting and pantsing, and does either approach produce better books? Watch this debate as advocates of each approach talk about their writing preferences.
Indie Author Fringe: David Gaughran is not impressed with some Book Fair practices, especially offers to display self-published books at inflated prices.
Indie Author Fringe: In head-to-head discussion between Joel Friedlander and Nick Stephenson you’ll learn how to build a practical strategy that brings together your writing, your reader’s needs, and your own personality.
Indie Author Fringe: In this podcast, Joanna Penn explains why now is the best time to get into audio and how to self-publish and market audiobooks.
Indie Author Fringe: Today, word-of-mouth involves computers. In this video, Kathy Meis from Bublish, talks about why metadata is more important than ever in defining how authors and books are discovered.
Indie Author Fringe: What can an Editor do for Me? Roz Morris, Laxmi Hariharan, Ricardo Fayet, Andrew Lowe discuss what editors do, how they work with authors, and how to choose a good one.
Want to boost your Sales? Who doesn’t. In this panel session recorded live in the author HQ at London Book Fair, director Orna Ross interviews two bestselling indie authors and sales gurus, Mark Dawson and Joanna Penn, together with ALLi’s literary agent Toby Mundy about how to go beyond selling e-books in your home territory. […]
Indie Author Fringe: There is so much to consider before you publish. Clue yourself up about the self-publishing process and save time and money by getting your ducks in a row before you begin.
Indie Author Fringe: Derek Murphy shows us the 7 Must-Haves for designing books covers that sell and what works for readers and online stores.