As 2021 draws to a close, many of us start to look to 2022. Planners get purchased, memberships renewed, goals refreshed. If you're looking to the future, then today's post might help. We've outlined all the ways in which the Alliance of Independent Authors can help you during 2022. Here are ALLi's top tools and resources.
The team at the Alliance of Independent Authors (ALLi) is pleased to share the news that our global association for self-publishing authors has won the Romantic Novelist Association (RNA)’s inaugural Indie Champion Award, at a London ceremony on 28th October 2021.
The Self-Publishing Advice Conference (#SelfPubCon21) is almost upon us. We’ve got a fantastic online speaker line up. Take a look below, make your plans, and save the date – Saturday 23rd October, 10am – Sunday 24th October, 10am. If you haven’t already, register here for your three free days. If you attended before, your free registration still stands. No log in needed, just hop on over on the day and visit the Session Feed.
The Alliance of Independent Authors is a long standing organisation for "indie" independent authors. It's mission is to uphold ethics and foster excellence in self-publishing. ALLi has a global team who, together with ambassadors and advisors worldwide, provide trusted, best-practice information and advice to the author community and provide our members with an extensive suite of benefits. If you're not a member of the organization this post explains the benefits of being part of it and why you should join the Alliance of Independent Authors.
Planning ahead is an important step for your author business, enabling you to make decisions about what you want to focus on as well as make time to achieve your writing and financial goals.
In a year that was full of change, it's nice to know that one thing remained the same in 2020: The…
ALLi is calling out Amazon on their Audible refund policy, which is resulting in unknown numbers of audiobook authors and narrators around the world being deprived of income. Bookshop.org suffers a glitch, confusing some indie authors, and the end of an era with the end of Book Expo America.
My ALLi author guest this week is Joanna Penn, who many of you already know as a successful indie author, businesswoman, and podcaster for ALLi. In fact, her name is almost synonymous with the term authorpreneur. So, this podcast will not focus so much on Joanna's current work, but we'll hear more of her own backstory, what motivates her fictional characters, and what motivates her as a writer, self-publisher, and role model for other indie authors.
My ALLi author guest this week is Robert Roseth, who spent his career at the University of Washington, helping to make scientific and technological breakthroughs understandable to everyday readers. After retirement, he embarked on the second part of his career, writing a combination mystery and satire called Ivy is a Weed. Robert also discovered that the best way to publish his vision is to do it the indie way.
On the ALLi Twitter chat (#indieAuthorChat) this week we asked questions about Lessons from SelfPubCon 2020
ALLi continues our growth and expansion across the world with the announcement of our Organization Membership and our newly-revised Ambassador Program. With these announcements, we will be able to expand our reach and serve a more diverse array of independent authors, globally. Here is the organization member program and the ambassador program.
Creative self-publishing is when indie authors approach our publishing tasks, and our author business, with the same creative mindset that we bring to our writing. It focuses not just on what we do, but how we do it, as we publishing our books and establish our author business.