Read the inspiration behind the new Lindisfarne Prize for authors who are just starting out, set up by bestselling indie author LJ Ross to pay it forward to the writing community
Interviews with ALLi Members about how they self-publish and the secrets of their success
The indie author community is famously generous, inspiring members to pay it forward and help others – as in this case study by Christine Hammacott about why she set up a the Porstmouth BookFest Publishing Weekend.
How indie author Richard Vaughan-Davies secured a booksigning event in bookstore chain WH Smith, which recently announced it is open to approaches from authors – including indies – to hold events in-store. Pick up top tips how to here.
Like to speak at a mainstream literature festival? Wondering how to get involved? Take inspiration and top tips from indie author Nicola Kelsall’s recent triumph at the prestigious Cheltenham Literature Festival.
Be inspired and encouraged by Lesley Krier Tither’s self-publishing success story – and her top tips – for writing across multiple genres under different pen-names.
Here’s an inspiring story of an impressive achievement for an indie author competing with the big names in the audiobook publishing industry: Brad Borkan tells how his book was shortlisted for the voice artist’s equivalent to the Oscars.
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.
Good news on the subject of ALLi’s campaign for equal opportunities for indie authors – self-published novelist Janet Pywell describes how she has been invited to help teach a university writing course specifically because of her indie experience.
Pick up top tips and inspiration from Clare Flynn, bestselling historical novelist, in this exclusive interview – especially helpful with ideas on how to remain productive and how to stay on top of the many admin tasks that come with being an authorpreneur.
Meet Rachel Amphlett, a dynamic and driven indie author of thrillers, who borrows strategies from her career in engineering project management to make her authorpreneurial business a huge success