[sc:bea16hdr] ALLi Author Advice Centre blog editor Debbie Young shares her view on why it's worth making your mark on your home turf, rather than just focusing on the global online world to market your self-published books. As self-publishing authors,…
Indie Author Fringe: In this video interview with David Penny of ALLi, Dan Blank discusses the psychology of writing, how to find alternative outlets for your books, and how writers can use available resources to research their reader audience.
In this Video Kinga Jentetics talks about selling books in English all over the world, and about subscription models that are available in different territories.
Indie Author Fringe: In this live 20 minute presentation from BEA, Orna Ross and Kim Bookless talk about how their respective organisations serve the needs of indie authors and can help you write and sell more books.
In the third Video recorded by Kobo Writing Life at the London Book Fair 2016, authors Chele Cooke, Eliza Green, Karen Inglis, Rohan Quine, Margaret Skea, Clare Flynn, Helena Halme and Clare Lydon are interviewed.
Indie Author Fringe: Shari Staunch, founder of Where Writers Win, talks about the opportunities available to market your books.
Indie Author fringe: The secret to sustaining a successful author career is the connection you make to your fans. Join Penny C. Sansevieri, Founder and CEO Author Marketing Experts and Orna Ross, Director, Alliance of Independent Authors — both bestselling authors and publishing experts, learn how to identify and reach your ideal readers, turn them into superfans and how to ignite those fans so they are ones promoting your work.
Indie Author Fringe: For indie authors, blocks can get in the way not just of our writing but also our publishing and marketing. In this video presentation, wizard life-coach and indie author Tom Evans explains how to get beyond block and foster flow in all aspects of your self-publishing life.
For every 100 novels started, only one is completed. Give yourself the best chance of being that person. In this blog post Sue Johnson explains how to build a solid foundation for your novel and how to stay inspired until you reach the end of the first draft.
Indie Author Fringe: Find out insider details regarding what Kobo merchandisers are looking for in the titles they feature in the various Kobo global storefronts.
Successful author John Lynch explains why he started freelancing, how he does it, and what you need to do to follow his example.
Indie Author Fringe: In this live 20 minute presentation from BEA, editor, book designer and indie author Amie McCracken outlines how to get your first draft down in six months.