In her self-publishing review of 2018, Director of the Alliance of Independent Authors Orna Ross overviews this year’s most notable trends
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Why you should take time and be mindful not only in writing your book but also in the whole of the self-publishing process – by Lisa Ferland, a US indie author living in Sweden.
Ever thought of co-writing with another indie author? Aria Grace believes that every author ought to at least try it once – and explains why it’s a good idea and shares top tips on how to do it successfully, including advice on finance and marketing.
Writing in collaboration with another author is a great way to boost your own productivity and to broaden your scope. Be inspired by this case study of a sparky father-and-daughter team behind the “author” LT Anderson.
Wondering whether joint promotions between authors are worthwhile? Read JJ Toner’s case study of his recent collaboration with six other authors writing about WWII to pick up top tips on how to run one that genuinely engages readers.
An inspiring case study of how romance novelist Jane Harvey-Berrick spotted and acted upon an idea to write a novel in collaboration with professional rugby player and model Stuart Reardon, and it’s proven very successful. Read it for ideas for such projects of your own.
Ever co-authored a book? Thinking of trying collaboration as a means to increase your output of self-published books? Read Brad Borkan’s top tips for effective co-writing gained from a project shared with a co-author two continents away!
Have you ever thought about the possibilities that Skype brings to help you collaborate with other indie authors? Here’s an interesting case study between two ALLi members in the US and Qatar, working together in real time.
Does your partner also write? Do you help or hinder each other? For top tips on effective collaboration between partners, read this case study of husband-and-wife authors Charlotte Zang and Alex Knudsen
A terrific case study of how indie authors in a particular sub-genre can boost their success by working together in collaborative groups and projects, to everyone’s benefit – by US zombie fiction writer Grivante