This month’s Indie Author Fringe Highlight podcast features three Travel Memoir authors sharing their tips and advice about how to use your blog content to write and promote your book, the importance of defining your audience, and collaboration and cross-promotion opportunities with other authors in your niche. All with the goal of reaching more readers.
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A gentle reminder to keep refreshing your author website, and some top tips on what to look out for, by ALLi blog editor Debbie Young.
With two trade-published books to her name, one fiction, one non-fiction, Emily Benet chose to switch to the path of the indie author and self-publish her third book, a novel, The Hen Party. Her encouraging case study may inspire other authors to do the same, and reaffirm the conviction of those already following that course. […]
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
If you’ve decided to blog, how much time should you spend and how often should you post? ALLi authors discuss.
Why indie authors should keep blogging to boost their author careers – and some practical top tips on how to blog well.
British indie author and keen mountaineer Mark Horrell explains how writing a blog improves his writing, how his blog turned into books, and each makes the other more successful. Essential reading for any blogging indie author!
Way back when, before the internet started to reach saturation point with bloggers, taking part in blog hops and other blog-related events was all the rage to help indie authors reach a wider audience with their self-published books. Now many authors are wondering whether these practices are worth the effort, because although they generally cost nothing […]
“To lose one parent, Mr Worthing, may be regarded as a misfortune; to lose both looks like carelessness.” Oscar Wilde’s immortal line, put into the mouth of his character Lady Bracknell in The Importance of Being Earnest, is what sprang to my mind when I checked my email inbox at the weekend and saw, for […]
As if blogging isn’t tricky enough, Turkish author Atulya Bingham faces the additional challenge of running a blog without a proper internet connection. Yet smart strategic thinking has enabled her to use her blog effectively to promote her fiction and non-fiction books. “It’s not often I like a blog well enough to purchase a book […]