Each month Orna Ross and Joanna Penn join forces to bring you The Self-Publishing Salon, and live online broadcast where they discuss what’s going on in the publishing industry, and provide an update on the latest tools and techniques that are helping them achieve their writing and publishing goals.
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Abundant top tips and plenty of inspiration for indie authors in this insightful interview with successful self-published Irish novelist Susanne O’Leary
We did a call-out on our ALLi Member Forum for some member predictions for 2017. Here are their thoughts and those of ALLi Director, Orna Ross. You can add your prediction in the comments.
Alliance of Independent Authors members celebrate their 2016 self-publishing successes. Wishing all indie authors a happy and creative 2017!
There’s a legal principle known as ignorantia juris non excusat: ignorance of the law excuses nothing. That principle is alive and well at Amazon, where an innocent mistake could remove your book from sale, or even banish you from Amazon entirely. That’s why it’s important for authors to understand the rules Amazon has established. Unfortunately, […]
Have you seen publishing open up to indies? The Alliance of Independent Authors is updating its #PublishingOpenUp campaign. So what’s changed for you since the campaign launch in 2014?
Once a month Orna Ross’s Go Creative! Show focuses on Creative Publishing, and in this latest episode with Porter Anderson they chat about the Hot Sheet and three newsworthy topics from the past month that are most relevant to authors.
Too many self-publishers want to offload marketing tasks but the Alliance of Independent Authors recommends understanding where your book fits in the marketplace and how to sell it first.
Today’s Opinion post, Charlie Raymond explains why it’s nigh-impossible to find an agent for non-fiction – and why he’s glad he still gave it a try, before successfully self-publishing his memoir, “Hired, Fired, Fled”.
Irish novelist Laurence O’Bryan describes his journey from trade-published thriller writer to indie author and professional book promoter, in the first of a new series profiling the many different routes and adventures available to the indie author.