A handy checklist of different ways to self-edit your books more effectively, saving you money on your professional editor's bills (if you use one), and creating a better experience for your readers - a good quick read for beginner writers and experienced self-publishers
Are you a beginning author who needs advice about writing tools, styles and challenges? In their first Beginner's Self-Publishing Salon Broadcast Jay Artale and Michael La Ronn share their different insights about writing from a fiction and non-fiction perspective.
Ever fancied writing a memoir - or been asked to ghostwrite someone else's? Then read Belinda Pollard 's top tips.
Adam Borretz will cover the different types of book reviews available to indie authors and offer strategies and best practices to help self-published authors garner review coverage.
Michael La Ronn offers an abundance of tips on using current publishing trends to monetize poetry, whether it be a single poem, an existing collection, or your next manuscript. A must-see presentation for any poet who wants to stand out in this genre.
In this Book Marketing Glossary, Jay Artale collaborated with ALLi members to find out what book marketing and promotion jargon or acronyms they didn't know when they started out, which would have helped them demystify their indie author journey.
How to Market and Promote your Travel Memoir. A series of 1:1 author interviews hosted by Jay Artale, featuring Jack Scott, Karen McCann, and Joe Cawley, a group of successful travel writing authors who self-publish
Let Barb Drozdowich help you optimize your Goodreads presence, share some tricks to navigating this large site and describe how (and why) to use some of the powerful features.
Chris Well will show you how to create a media kit that answers questions anyone might ask about you or your books.
Stress needn't be inevitable in the lot of an indie author - seasoned self-publisher Dave Sivers explains his stress avoidance tips.
Which works best in online stores, a long or short book description? What should go in the first line? How do you research appropriate categories and keywords? Jane reviews principles and great tools to help indie authors master the power of descriptions and reach their target market by getting in their readers’ heads as to how they search for and describe books.
Best Writing and Self-Publishing Tools for Authors: Jay Artale