How networking offline can help indie authors raise awareness and build their fan base – and how to go about it.
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This audio reading by the authors of the 2017 edition of the Opening Up To Indie Authors guidebook at the heart of the Open Up campaign, focusses on getting self-published books on the program at literary festivals and events.
A case study of how indie author Ian Andrew built a great relationship with a local indie bookstore in Australia
How to get your books into specialist bookshops at airports and train stations – a case study by Carol Cooper
As I reported last week, as we went to press I was just finishing talking to a group of 30 publishing MA students about self-publishing. I wanted to take that up again in my introduction this week, because it was a wonderful experience. Not just because it’s always wonderful that a publishing course has a […]
A valuable insight into how booksellers view self-published books, by successful US indie author Karen Myers
This month’s round-up of top marketing tips from our membership shares ideas that might work well for you too.
Indie author Anoushka Beazley explains why she turned door-to-door salesman to get her debut novel into bookstores
Dan Holloway kicks our new year off with a round-up of Indie News.
The first in this autumn’s Sunday Success Stories on the ALLi blog shares the exciting tale of P..J.Boox, the world’s first indie-only bookstore, set up and run by indie author Patti Brossard Jefferson