If you are a longstanding reader of the ALLi blog, Jane Steen will be familiar to you as a contributor of thoughtful guest posts on different aspects of indiedom. Today we’re delighted to focus on her own success story as an indie author.
Author Archive | Jane Steen
British novelist Jane Steen follows up John Doppler’s post about Amazon bestsellers with a case study of her own books’ categories.
British novelist Jane Steen, whose wonderful Opinion post last year led to the formation of ALLi’s Ethical Author campaign, provides comforting words of wisdom today about Imposter Syndrome, a well-documented condition that leads perfectly competent and even highly gifted people to doubt themselves. In fact, the more gifted you are, the more likely you are […]
I’m grateful to ALLi for the opportunity to publish the full text of my Author Day speech about author unity here. When you release your words into the world unexpected things happen, and I know there have been some misquotes and misconceptions of what I mean by author unity. I believe we’re more than a revolution now—we’re […]
It’s easy for indie authors to assume that trade publishing issues don’t affect them, given that they’ve made the decision to ply their trade outside the traditional sector. English author Jane Steen, who is based in the USA, explains why she believes all authors, no matter how they are published, should join forces to lobby […]
When concerned author member Jane Steen, wrote a guest post about author ethics here on the Self-Publishing Advice Blog a while back, neither she nor ALLi anticipated the reverberations. Most authors are ethical, yet unethical behaviour is grabbing headlines, bringing our profession into disrepute and frightening reviewers and book bloggers. Could ALLi do something, we were asked. Jane has […]
Historical novelist Jane Steen turns the spotlight on ethical issues – an aspect of self-publishing that she deems to be as important as quality in gaining wider acceptance of self-published books. I’m enthusiastic about the Open Up To Indies campaign, looking forward to the day when it’s commonplace to see indie authors everywhere—bookstores, libraries and […]