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18Oct 21
The Self-Publishing Advice Conference #SelfPubCon2021

The Self-Publishing Advice Conference #SelfPubCon2021

The Self-Publishing Advice Conference (#SelfPubCon21) is almost upon us. We’ve got a fantastic online speaker line up. Take a look below, make your plans, and save the date – Saturday 23rd October, 10am – Sunday 24th October, 10am.  If you haven’t already, register here for your three free days. If you attended before, your free registration still stands. No log in needed, just hop on over on the day and visit the Session Feed.
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12Oct 21
Recovering From A Bad Publishing Experience

Recovering From a Bad Publishing Experience

Recovering from a failed publishing experience is not only possible, it's far easier than most suspect. And it's an opportunity for authors to republish their book more professionally and profitably than before.
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11Oct 21
Audiblegate Fundraising

Audiblegate Fundraising

As you probably know, ALLi has been supporting the Audiblegate campaign run by the valiant and inspiring Susan May, aiming to right the wrongs done by Audible-ACX's user agreements and payment practices. The campaign is making significant in roads, but in order to continue, we're asking for the community's help.
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10Oct 21
Inspirational Indie Author Interview. Nicholas Nawroth: Artist’s Love Of Dogs Makes Heartwarming Kids’ Books Paw-sible

Inspirational Indie Author Interview. Nicholas Nawroth: Artist’s Love of Dogs Makes Heartwarming Kids’ Books Paw-sible

My ALLi author guest this episode is Nicholas Nawroth, who took his interest in art and dogs to create a series of children's books featuring the adventures of dog characters based on real canines he has known. What gives Nick the most joy is the thought that his books are creating special moments for children, when they settle down to a story with an adult. I'll let Nick tell his story.
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08Oct 21
Focus On Your Strengths As An Indie Author To Beat ‘Comparison-itis:’ Advanced Self-Publishing Podcast With Orna Ross And Joanna Penn

Focus On Your Strengths As An Indie Author To Beat ‘Comparison-itis:’ Advanced Self-Publishing Podcast With Orna Ross and Joanna Penn

In this episode: Focus on your strengths. “Comparison-itis” is really just comparing yourself to other people in an unfavorable way. It is, of course, permissible, even desirable, to compare yourself to other people and to have role models. But “comparison-itis” is where you look around and think other people have it easier or are doing better, getting more accolades, or selling more, or writing better. You’re comparing yourself to others in such a way that it's either stopping you completely in your tracks, or it's making you not feel good about what you do and how you're doing it. Unfortunately, it’s pretty widespread in the indie community.
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