Michael Alvear is best known for his audacious guidebook, “How to Make a Killing on Kindle” – find out how practising what he preaches has brought him phenonemal sales and professional ALLi member status
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Do you write for children and young adults? Need ways to reach both young readers and parents who hold the pursestrings? Zoe Sadler offers top tips on using book festivals for this.
This is the self-publishing advice blog, written by members of the Alliance of Independent Authors. We cover the seven processes of publishing – editorial, design, production, distribution, marketing, promotion and licensing publishing rights – here week on week, together with writing advice and how to run an indie author business.
Why indie authors of literary fiction should take a leaf out of the marketing book of genre writers – Jay Lemming describes how this strategy works for him.
Amazon Marketing Services (AMS) is one of this year’s hottest venues for book advertising, but to take advantage of the program you’ll need to know the rules. For your convenience, we’ve categorized Amazon’s guidelines and prohibitions for AMS ads into this handy list. We’ve marked each rule with the following tags for easy identification: — […]
Four main reasons why authors hold back from marketing their books – which describes you? And how do you snap out of it? Belinda Griffin shares a 3-point action plan.
Here’s a chance for you to take part in an important new survey about the effectiveness of Facebook advertising for indie authors – don’t miss out!
Don’t fret if you can’t get your books into bricks-and-mortar bookstores – take inspiration from Jude Lennon, reaching readers via other shops and community venues
Have you ever thought about using ARCs to promote your books pre-publication? Dorah Blume explains why for her it was worth the time and effort.
How to get readers to visit more pages of your author website via a simple I-spy competition – by military history writer Russell Phillips