Would you like to see your book translated into another language, but feel you can’t afford to? One answer — relatively easy, but not completely pain free — is Babelcube. Ann Richardson, ALLi author member, has been working with them for about a year and this post recounts her experience to date.
Non-fiction authors often scratch their heads wondering what fiction writers' marketing devices will work for them - and in this Ann Richardson describes how a BookBub promotion made a huge difference to her non-fiction book about hospices.
Do you have an out-of-print or unpublished back catalogue tucked away? Don't be afraid to get it out and reread it - it may be better than you think, and ideal material for self-publishing, says Ann Richardson, who goes on to offer two cases of her own that have done well.
Non-fiction indie author Ann Richardson shares her case study of getting her rights back to two trade-published books
What is literary fiction and who writes it? What does literary fiction mean to you? Ann Richardson shares the gist of an impassioned discussion from a recent ALLi debate.
As part of a mini-series of posts to give you ideas on how to sell copies of your books in the run-up to Christmas, London-based American author Ann Richardson describes how smart handselling tactics are helping her promote and sell…