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Use Data to be a More Productive Writer and Win #NaNoWriMo

NaNoWriMo aka National Novel Writing Month is a now twenty-year tradition. Every November, writers take up the challenge of penning 50,000 words in a single month. A monstrous task to some, a weekly habit to others. Either way, writing more is something we all strive for. ALLi author member Rachel McCollin is here to show us how to use data to be a more productive writer.
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Make the Most of Your ALLi Associate Membership: Everything You Need to Know and More

As an associate member of the Alliance of Independent Authors (known as ALLi, pronounced like the word “ally”), you’re probably looking for every available tool and resource to kickstart your journey towards self-publishing your first book (and hopefully the first of many). How sure are you that you’re getting the most out of your ALLi associate membership and that you know about all the resources available here? ALLi Communications Manager Boni Wagner-Stafford offers some insight. 
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Opinion: The BookLife Prize for Indie Authors

As independent authors, one of the biggest challenges we face is “discoverability.” In the vast ocean of new books being uploaded onto Amazon every day, launching our own may feel a bit like casting a tiny message in a bottle into titanic waves. In order for our readers to find us, we need reviews—a lot of them—and preferably great ones from well-known and respected sources. With this in mind,  Kristan Julius, ALLi author member checked out the Publishers Weekly BookLife Prize. This is her review and experience.
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When to Break Writing Rules as an Indie

I'm sure if we all looked hard enough, we'd be able to find a bit of rebel inside us. But there's a time for rebellion and a time for sticking with grammar rules. After all, they stop sentence errors and awkward reader emails. But one of the many luxuries of being an indie author is being able to selectively break rules. Rosalind Minett, author member, is pulling out her inner rebel to talk about when it's okay to break writing rules as an indie.
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