Welcome to AskALLi, the Self-Publishing Advice Podcast from the Alliance of Independent Authors. This week it’s our monthly Member Q&A where ALLi Members’ have their most pressing self-publishing questions analyzed and answered. Join your regular hosts for the Member Q&A:…
Amazon's poorly documented print pricing rules underscore an ongoing problem with the corporate giant's policies.
Libraries face tougher terms from publishers for lending ebooks, and booksellers launch a campaign to make the book business greener.
One of the highlights of my day is learning something useful from the indie author community, and passing that along to other authors. With that in mind, here are seven of my favorite tips that permanently changed the way I publish on Amazon's KDP.
Bookselling chain Barnes and Noble has found a buyewr and will be run by James Daunt, who is also the CEO of Waterstones in the UK.
A shortage of paper causes concern for resurgent print book sales, and half of Americans have listened to an audiobook.
Have you been a victim of piracy on KDP? Amazon may compensate you for the infringement, but only if you follow these steps.
The Society of Authors sends an open letter asking the UK government to tackle piracy. Storytel continues to grow and Scribd breaks new ground.
Frustrated at how hard it is to boost your books' discoverability? This innovative new book review service, Reedsy Discovery, is worth checking out. As it launches, Reedsy's co-founder Ricardo Fayet invites your feedback.
Bogota Book Fair opens its doors to indies, StreeLib opens 20 new portals & there are new offerings from Smashwords and Draft2Digital.
Plagiarism is in the news, possibly targeting indies and on KDP in general and we examine the indie presence at London Book Fair.
Storytel is embarrassed by the success of audiobook erotica on its website while Wattpad launches a promising venture in Korea.