Today I reflect on a challenging AI week. What case law is rapidly showing is that in the long term what we need is less to bring tech firms to heel and more to have new laws.
In ALLi Out and About posts, members of the AskALLi team and Alliance of Independent Authors members share the lessons they've learnt from attending book fairs, conferences or other industry events. Today we hear from Sacha Black, who attended the 20Booksto50kVegas 2023 conference.
Member Milestones from the Alliance of Independent Authors celebrates our members' success: Susan Grossey, Mike Magluilo and Eleanor Dixon.
The indie author's ability to make a living from writing books rests on the concept and laws of copyright. And indie authors can get very heated when they feel that right is being violated, whether by another person, or a machine. Is copyright broken in the digital age? Should we ditch it and start again. Today, the Alliance of Independent Authors AskALLi team begins with a new first series article. Orna Ross and Dan Holloway give us their opinions and tell us why indie authors need to talk about... copyright.
TikTok is the most popular social media app at the moment amongst authors, especially for its BookTok. So does TikTok still sell books?
In this post, the Alliance of Independent Authors talks about Professor Alison Baverstock's journey into researching self-publishing in academia, and the route to independently publishing in academia today.
These 7 success factors help neurodivergent & cognitively-impaired authors reduce overwhelm and succeed in self-publishing