It may seem counter-intuitive, but self-publishing box sets of books at bargain prices can actually boost your author income considerably! This comprehensive post by New Zealand author Kim Lambert is a must-read guide to help you grab some box set success for yourself!
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In this week’s Self-publishing Success Story profile, cozy mystery novelist Morgana Best is forthright about the benefits of going wide – and of focusing on financial matters to drive yourself forward. An inspirational must-read!
Which is the healthier attitude for indie authors – to set yourself an ambitious publishing schedule, or just seize book opportunities as they arise? Ian D Richardson considers.
Ever fancied writing a memoir – or been asked to ghostwrite someone else’s? Then read Belinda Pollard ‘s top tips.
It’s not all about the book sales, says Australian author Jessica Bell, whose success in self-publishing includes design services
Down-to-earth advice from USA Today besteller C J Archer, with over 500K sales of her books around the world
Rebecca Lang, Australian indie author of fiction and non-fiction, shares her excitement at the growing professionalism of the covers of self-published books. I just read the latest ALLi Member Showcase and wanted to share some feedback… Can I just say all of these amazing book covers I’m seeing are exciting the socks off me! That good covers […]
How and when did your journey as a self-published writer begin? As a child, were you “always reading”? Did you fall in love with language at an early age, or find you naturally had a way with words? And did your muse arrive only in adulthood? British novelist Mari Howard posed these questions of ALLi’s […]
Australian self-published author Jessica Bell provides a personal case study of how writers targeting small niches may increase the income from their work by embracing other genres, as she has done. She generously shares some impressive sales figures to illustrate her point. I write literary fiction and poetry. And let’s face it, they’re a tough […]