A moving case study of a memoir of dementia that cast a new perspective on this disability – and brought the author, Mina Drever, unintended but positive consequences.
Self-publishing Author Advice about the art and craft of writing great books
Celebrating an extraordinary world record by Giacomo Giammatteo: writing and self-publishing 37 books in a single year, in the wake of heart attacks and strokes. Simply inspirational.
Each month David Penny and Debbie Young are in the indie author hot seat to answer the most pressing self-publishing questions from our ALLi Members.
Would you like to write eight books in less than a year? Read Arietta Richmond’s post to find out how she does it without compromising on quality.
Thinking of writing a memoir? Get off to a great start by reading Dawn Brookes case study, to help you learn from her experience and avoid her mistakes!
Michael La Ronn and Jay Artale extoll the virtues of the indie author triangle of success: the right mindset, effective writing tools that work for you, and a consistent support network. In this podcast they share how to use these three elements to create a strong foundation to build your indie author goals upon.
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.
Now is the perfect time to start thinking about whether to take part in NaNoWriMo next month to help you boost your writing productivity – here’s all you need to know.
A moving case study of how artist and author Katharine Smith-Warren developed her unique memoir of bereavement, self-published to help others like her.
Indie author Topher Burke explains why he unpublished his back catalog later in his career, and why he’s glad he did. Maybe you should too?