While the United States has been so absorbed with its own problems that Brexit seemed to be something happening in a land far, far away. But, of course, the divorce from the European Union impacts just about everything in the United Kingdom. Fortunately, we have Dan Holloway, who is exploring the labyrinthine implications Brexit has for indie authors.
ALLi is calling out Amazon on their Audible refund policy, which is resulting in unknown numbers of audiobook authors and narrators around the world being deprived of income. Bookshop.org suffers a glitch, confusing some indie authors, and the end of an era with the end of Book Expo America.
US Selfies Awards announces its shortlist, #publishingpaidme highlights industry advance discrepancies, and the future of online festivals
Association of American Publishers launches copyright lawsuit against Internet Archive, Booksellers Association buys Bertline.
Welcome to AskALLi, the Self-Publishing Advice Podcast from the Alliance of Independent Authors. This week it’s our monthly Member Q&A…
Find out why Indie activities got dropped as part of the whole BookExpo rebranding in this discussion between ALLi Director Orna Ross and Porter Anderson.
Each month Orna Ross and Joanna Penn join forces to bring you The Self-Publishing Salon, a live online broadcast where they discuss what’s going on in the publishing industry, and provide an update on the latest tools and techniques that are helping them achieve their writing and publishing goals.
Yes, it's Indie Author Fringe online conference time again, brought to you in association with The Alliance of Independent Authors. Our second event of the year is Fringe to New York's BookExpo (formerly known as BookExpo America), and will feature 24-hours of round-the-clock sessions for authors with an independent mindset, all over the world.