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ALLi Events: Join Our Indie Author Fringe Festival

ALLi Events: Join our Indie Author Fringe Festival

ALLi logoPart of ALLi's service is to make sure our members are informed and up to date on the latest issues in author-publishing, and well stocked on ways to engage with the indie author community.

Here are two great events we have coming up.


Mark Lefebvre of Kobo

Mark Lefebvre of Kobo

How To Use Kobo Writing Life to Self-Publish and Sell ebooks.

Later today (Tues) Orna Ross is in live session with Mark Lefvebre, Director of Author Relations at Kobo books, about publishing and selling more books on the Kobo platform and all about the Kobo’s exciting initiatives for indie authors.

The event airs live, so if you want to join us, just turn up to www.YouTube.com/IndieAuthorALLi to attend.

Starts at 7pm GMT / 3pm EST /12pm PST


Advice for Authors including Indie Self-publishing Authors

Joanna Penn, UK Advisor

Perform at ALLi's LBF Indie Author Fringe Fest Open Mic

If you are attending London Book Fair, your invitation to ALLi events can be found above.

Alongside our other activities, we are also running our first Indie Author Fringe Festival – an open mic evening for indie authors, sponsored by Kindle Direct Publishing/CreateSpace and compered by Joanna Penn.

If you’d like to read or perform there, simply fill in this form and Joanna will be in touch soon.

Takes place Wednesday 9th April, 7pm.


At LBF, ALLi will also launch our #PublishingOpenUp campaign. Follow the hashtag on Twitter to see the latest on the campaign – including our guidebook launch, petition and lobbying of the wider book industry. If you support this campaign, you can sign our petition here. You can join ALLI, The Alliance of Independent Authors, here.


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.@IndieAuthorALLi announces Indie Fringe Festival @LondonBookFair, compered by @thecreativepenn. Sign up here: http://wp.me/p44e6Y-1GY


This Post Has 2 Comments
  1. I hope Orna will ask Mark if Kobo plans to develop an author profile page for their site like Amazon has. It really makes a difference, especially with readers who want to know more about a certain author and her/his books, links, tweets, etc.

  2. Yay! SO glad you’ve put this here today – I MAY be able to make the LBF, since my dentist has re-scheduled everything and no elective extractions on April 4th… Just have to work out a few other bits like the cash and the place to sleep…

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