Frustrated at how hard it is to boost your books’ discoverability? This innovative new book review service, Reedsy Discovery, is worth checking out. As it launches, Reedsy’s co-founder Ricardo Fayet invites your feedback.
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Don’t let negative reviews get you down – learn what you can from them, discard what makes no sense, and move on to the more important things in your writing life. Sensible advice from the ever-upbeat Debbie Young.
It’s too easy to remember the bad reviews and forget the good ones – so here’s how and why to keep track of all your best reviews and how to use them to advantage both for personal motivation and for book marketing.
Ever thought your book might sell better with a different title, but been wary of losing reviews if you change it? Don’t worry, there are ways to do so and keep your reviews! Helena Halme explains…
ALLi’s monthly AskALLi Q&A podcast gives our members the opportunity to put their own queries about the self-publishing process to our resident expert indie authors, who cover a wide range of topics in every show.
How to apply for a review of your self-published book in Publishers Weekly, and why you should – by US novelist Laura Morelli
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.
Sensible advice on what do when a reader complains there’s an error in your book, by award-winning novelist Lucienne Boyce
Do you – should you – ask readers in the back matter of your self-published books to post reviews of your work? US indie author Karen Myers explains why she thinks it’s a bad idea.
Following the latest wave of misleading misinformation about Amazon reviews that has been doing the rounds of Facebook in the last week, John Doppler, American indie author of sci-fi, horror and fantasy, shares his concern at the hysteria that is all too easily whipped up online about this always contentious issue, and tries to sets […]