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Intro To Indie Author Translation Rights Program

Introduction to the Indie Author Translation Rights Program

ALLi is now into the first series of meetings with the authors selected to participate in the experimental indie author translation rights program. You may have seen our earlier announcement of the program's launch here on our blog, and you may have seen a presentation about it in our recent Self-Publishing Advice Conference in conjunction with Digital Book World 2019. We don't want you to miss out on any aspect of this ground-breaking program, and we're widely sharing our introduction to the program here.
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Pitch and Present at the #SelfPubCon – Call for Speakers

Call for speakers! Planning for the Fall 2019 Self-Publishing Advice Conference, a.k.a. #SelfPubCon, is well underway. Our call for speakers and presenters is live and we're ready for your submission. But be quick, just two weeks left before the #selfpubcon submission window closes. If you missed our recent post, we announced the launch of the Fall 2019 Self-Publishing Advice Conference #SelfPubCon. This year the theme is Sell More Books. Behind the scenes we’ve been preparing the conference and now you have a chance to be a part of it too. We're looking for conference speakers. Read on to find out more.
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Secret Diary Of A Recovering Plotter

The Secret Diary of a Recovering Plotter

There are a handful of fundamental debates that cycle through the writing community: indie vs trad, wide vs exclusive and plotter vs pantser. Some of these debates have obvious answers, others less so. Where writers may flip between indie and trad or wide and exclusive depending on where their business model sits, there's  less movement in our methods of creating the stories themselves. Writers tend to fall somewhere on the spectrum of plotter or pantser and sit there. But ALLi blog manager Sacha Black tells a different story.
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