SELFPUBCON, ALLi’s free online self-publishing conference, now has its own dedicated website – this post will show you how to find it and when to look for it!
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We are delighted to preview IndieLAB, one of a growing number of conferences that are opening up to indie authors this fall – organised by Writers Digest in Cincinatti, Ohio.
This extract from ALLi’s Guidebook on Choosing the Best Self-publishing Services is a powerful reminder of the many benefits the modern form of self-publishing offers indie authors in the digital age
Want to be sure you won’t get ripped off by a service provider you’re thinking of using as part of your indie author business? Read this handy checklist of 10 key questions to ask to help you steer clear of the sharks.
Celebrating what ALLi has achieved in the six years since it was founded by Orna Ross at The London Book Fair six years ago – are you making the most of the vast resources it has to offer you? Read this checklist to make sure you’re not missing a trick!
Catch up with the latest developments in ALLi’s hugely popular free 24-hour online conference – this year relaunching as SPAC – the Self-publishing Advice Conference. Click here to find out more and to meet the new SPAC organiser, Alexa Bigwarfe.
Have you ever thought about the possibilities that Skype brings to help you collaborate with other indie authors? Here’s an interesting case study between two ALLi members in the US and Qatar, working together in real time.
Does your partner also write? Do you help or hinder each other? For top tips on effective collaboration between partners, read this case study of husband-and-wife authors Charlotte Zang and Alex Knudsen
A heartwarming story of how publishing service provider Thomson-Shore rescued one author from an exploitative deal by the kind of unscrupulous provider that ALLi campaigns against
Novelists Jerome Griffin and Orna Ross, ALLi Director, discuss the seven stages of conscious creation as they relate to writing. Understanding the different requirements of each stage from concept to completion can, Orna argues, up your writing speed, ensure you’re more likely to finish well, and improve your writing craft.