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The Better way to write a book: Plotter or Pantser: Debbie Young, Rosalind Minett, Keith Dixon and David Penny
10 Amazing Tools For Indie Authors: Build Your Author Platform & Get More Writing Done! : Paul Teague
Psychology and Research In Author-Publishing: How To Reach More Readers While Looking After Yourself : Dan Blank
Hiring the Self-Publishing Services You Need… And At The Right Price: Ricardo Fayet with Rebecca Heyman
The End: Now What? Six Steps to Take Your Fiction Manuscript to Marketplace In 6 Weeks: Stephen Spatz
How To Reach More Readers And Make More Money From Your Books: Gabriel Mercer, Joanna Penn, Adam Croft
Get Your Book Out There. How To Be Everywhere: Draft2Digital & Kobo: Mark Lefebvre & Kevin Tumlinson
Put Yourself in the Running to win Kindle’s £20,000 Storyteller Prize: Darren Hardy, Rachel Abbott, Claire Allfree, Andrew Rosenheim
Indie Author Fringe began life as IndieRecon, a three-day online conference organized by self-publishers SR Johannes and Ali Cross. In 2015, ALLi was involved for the first time.
- In 2013, the conference debuted as IndieReCon with over 10,000 attendees.
- In 2015 ALLI teamed up with IndieReCon to extend its reach and saw more than 25,000 visitors to a three-day conference.
- In 2016 IndieReCon became Indie Author Fringe and changed to offering three one-day events across the year, in March, June & October, fringe to the three major publishing fairs: The London Book Fair, Book Expo America and Frankfurt Book Fair. And to covering the indie author journey across the year, from Writing & Making A Book (March) to Selling A Book (May) to Running An Indie Author Business & Selling Rights (October).
Attendance currently reaches 100,000+ authors at each event.