With Spring hopefully a few weeks away here, we forging full steam ahead with a packed schedule of events for the upcoming months. We have put together a list of appearances and panels that are for both members and for broader audiences, that happen online and offline and we think, give you more ways than ever to get involved with ALLi this Spring.
Alongside our monthly ALLi member Q&A’s with Joanna Penn and Orna Ross, we have another installment of our Watchdog catchup with Victoria Strauss of Writer Beware this February. In March, we’ll be talking to Mark Lefebvre of Kobo on how to get the most out of the Kobo platform and successfully publish through them.
ALLi is also featuring at several publishing events – next week, you can catch Orna online at the free (and highly recommended) IndieReCon festival. Come April, ALLi will be representing at PubSmart in Charleston – with a huge list of figures from across the spectrum of traditional and indie publishing, including Jane Friedman, Hugh Howey, CJ Lyons, Porter Anderson and Kathy Meis.
And of course, April will also see ALLi return to the site where it was launched – The London Book Fair. Look out for us at seminars in AuthorHQ and plenty of other panels. We’ll also be launching our Opening Up to Indie Authors Guide alongside Kobo and hosting our first Indie Author Fringe Festival. And to top it off, we’ll be offering a 50% discount on entry to London Book Fair for our members.
It’s our busiest Spring yet – all the more reason to join us and get involved.
Your Self-Publishing Questions Answered – Now up in the Members Section
Last week’s Q&A with Joanna Penn and Orna Ross is now available to members in the Resources section of the Member Zone. Which is also the place to go to catchup on our previous sessions as well!