Have you got the best covers for your books? Writing coach Jenny Alexander’s case study of boosting sales with a new cover may inspire you to think again.
Self-publishing Author Advice about reaching readers, author platform, discoverability, book marketing and book promotion
Should indie authors comply with genre expectations or defy them? Kicking off a new series about the role of genre in self-publishing authors’ success.
In this Fringe Highlight podcast from Carla King you will learn how to vary pricing to leverage the power of free without sacrificing profit; how to generate a monthly income with subscriptions to your works-in-progress, how to pre-sell, and what tools you can use to reach readers.
Four main reasons why authors hold back from marketing their books – which describes you? And how do you snap out of it? Belinda Griffin shares a 3-point action plan.
Ever moved house, region, country, continent? All good fodder for a self-published memoir – and Jean Gill, relocated from Wales to France, tells you how to write one.
Here’s a chance for you to take part in an important new survey about the effectiveness of Facebook advertising for indie authors – don’t miss out!
Don’t fret if you can’t get your books into bricks-and-mortar bookstores – take inspiration from Jude Lennon, reaching readers via other shops and community venues
Like the chance to appear at a local lit fest or author event? Why not start your own? It’s not as hard as you might think, as Suzan Collins’ case study shows.
David Penny and Debbie Young are in the indie author hot seat to answer the most pressing self-publishing questions. Listen to the podcast, watch the video, or read the full show transcript.
How to get readers to visit more pages of your author website via a simple I-spy competition – by military history writer Russell Phillips