An author’s guide to narrating your audiobook. If it’s fiction, it’s a bad idea. Of course, there are rare exceptions. Would it be right for your audiobooks? Audio professional Gordon Rothman shares his expert advice.
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Need help with determining the best self-publishing path for your book? We’ve put together this roundup of 13 posts from 2016 to help you with the distribution decisions you need to make to achieve your 2017 indie author goals.
A terrific and comprehensive post on the topic of ISBNs, the unique international identifier given to every book, from ALLi Watchdog Giacomo Giammatteo. His advice will equip you to make the right decisions for your own self-published books. Everything You Need To Know About ISBNs Be warned—this is a long post, but it covers a […]
Indie Author Fringe: In this podcast, Joanna Penn explains why now is the best time to get into audio and how to self-publish and market audiobooks.
Following our post in December introducing Author’s Republic as an alternative and relatively affordable way to create audio books, New Zealand author Katherine Hayton shares her own experience of using this route. As an author living outside the golden lands of the US and the UK, I’m not able to directly use the ACX platform. […]
In the first of an occasional series of posts about ALLi’s valued Partner Members, we’re profiling the newest of them, Author’s Republic, to welcome them aboard ALLi and spread the word about the many benefits they offer our members. Over to Meaghan Sansom, responsible for author outreach at Author’s Republic, to tell us more … […]
Ask ALLi February – Your Self-Publishing Questions answered by Joanna Penn and Orna Ross Each month Joanna and Orna answer Member’s self-publishing questions. As usual the event kicked off with a round-up of activity from both Orna and Joanna. The focus for the Alliance of Independent Authors is of course IndieReCon. This is all set to […]
With so much talk about audio books being the Next Big Thing for indie authors, ALLi author member Jane Steen, currently creating her first audio book, volunteered Elizabeth Klett to tell us more about the subject from the audio artist’s point of view. It was a pleasure to interview this highly experienced and enthusiastic professional. […]
Let’s talk Audiobooks! Since the audiobook of Glimpsecame out in August, 2012, I’ve been on a mission to share how easy and cheap it is for indies to create their own using ACX. Before we get to the step-by-step, let me explain why you should be doing this. First off, you’ve already written the book […]