Type & Tell is a Session Sponsor for our 2017 London Book Fair Indie Author Fringe event.
Our online conference starts at 10am (London) on March 18th 2017 and runs continuously for 24 hours.
This indie author event is free to attend thanks to the generous support of sponsors like Type & Tell.
Type & Tell is a new self-publishing services provider and author resource centre. First launched in Sweden by Bonnier Books, Type & Tell offers a complete self-publishing service from editorial help and cover design through to high-quality printing and global distribution.
Run by publishers, writers and passionate book lovers, Type & Tell is dedicated to giving authors back control of their publishing process: control over the look of the book, the price and the profits.
We’ll help every step of the way with professional advice, but we believe that’s it is your book, your decisions, your sale and your profits. Type & Tell is pioneering a new model in self-publishing with professional standards, free online typesetting and 100% author royalties.
Try out our unique online writing and typesetting platform for free at www.typeandtell.com and when you’re ready to publish, enjoy an exclusive 20% discount on our publishing packages.
Indie Author Fringe Giveaway
Try out our unique online writing and typesetting platform for free at www.typeandtell.com and when you’re ready to publish, enjoy an exclusive 20% discount on our publishing packages. Use Promo Code: ALLiPROMO.
Type & Tell are Sponsoring the following session presented by James Scott Bell:
“How to Write Short Stories & Use Them to Market Your Novel”
For fiction writers pursuing a long-term career, the strategic use of short stories is proving to be a valuable tool for discoverability, honing craft, and bringing joy to the writing life. But what is the key to a successful short story? Tim Lewis interviews bestselling author James Scott Bell to reveal that key and show you how to use it to create memorable stories in any genre. James will also advise on the ways short fiction can be part of your fiction marketing plan.