How to make sure your plans match your objectives for your self-publishing activities – and why it’s ok to change your objectives and your plans if need be.
Opinion posts on a topical, controversial or interesting self-publishing issue. By ALLi Director, Orna Ross, on the first Monday of each month and other ALLi members on the other Mondays.
Wise and kindly counsel for any indie author who has ever felt overwhelmed or burned out by the constant pressures of being an authorpreneur and a writer, by author and bookseller Patti Brassard Jefferson.
New authorpreneur Sukhi Jutla makes a strong case for quitting your day job to write full-time – if you have a plan in place!
When a recent trade event accused self-publishing of being vanity press, Joanna Penn set the record straight, as Orna Ross reports
With two trade-published books to her name, one fiction, one non-fiction, Emily Benet chose to switch to the path of the indie author and self-publish her third book, a novel, The Hen Party. Her encouraging case study may inspire other authors to do the same, and reaffirm the conviction of those already following that course. […]
If you have ever used the internet, you’ve likely encountered the ubiquitous troll. Trolling has, unfortunately, become an indelible part of the internet landscape. But are all trolls the same?
Why it’s important for indie authors to take their time to self-publish – by ALLi Partner member Taryn Johnston
Coming soon: new revised edition of “Opening Up To Indie Authors” – and why we still need ti
Sometimes it’s too easy for indie authors to drive themselves to the point of exhaustion, as Dr Carol Soloway discovered when promoting her novel.
Why you should walk the occasional mile in your readers’ shoes – rather than expecting to call the shots for them