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10 Must-Read Posts On Book Production & Distribution

10 Must-Read Posts on Book Production & Distribution

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Debbie Young selects the best practical posts about book production and distribution from the ALLi 2018 archive

Compiling our traditional round-up of our top posts about distribution and production for indie authors hasn’t been easy this year, writes Debbie Young, our blog editor, because there have been so many fantastic contributions from our membership, keen to share their advice. Thanks to all the authors and partner members who have been so generous with their time and expertise, as ever, to the benefit of the indie community.

Tasked with whittling down the posts to a digestible list of just 10 below, I decided to include those that were the most indispensable – the must-reads for indie authors everywhere.

 

Production Process

Distribution via Bricks-and-Mortar Bookstores

Insights from Production & Distribution Partners

Looking to the future

More Great Posts about Book Production & Distribution

There are plenty more great posts in this category, so if you’d like to read them all, just search this blog by the category “Book Production & Distribution” in the sidebar. As always, if there’s a particular topic you’d like to learn more about, punch in the relevant keywords to the search box, or, if you’re a paying member of ALLi, questions are always welcome over on our members-only forum.

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Debbie Young

Debbie Young writes warm, funny feel-good fiction, including the Sophie Sayers Village Mysteries series, which begins with the bestselling "Best Murder in Show". As ALLi's Author Advice Center Manager, she also writes guidebooks for authors. Founder and director of the Hawkesbury Upton Literature Festival, she is a frequent speaker at other literary events. Find out more about Debbie's writing life on her author website www.authordebbieyoung.com.

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