Ever wondered about ways to boost your writing income to supplement what you earn from your self-published books? Read Jules Horne’s advice about why freelance copywriting could be just what you’re looking for.
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Once a month Orna Ross’s Go Creative! Show focuses on Creative Writing, and this week Orna and Dan Blank talked about how you can Set Good Creative Habits.
Today in our #WritersWednesday slot about writing, British indie author and chartered psychologist Rosalind Minett explains her approach to revising her work, sharing an interesting and unusual tip about her preferred workplace! A Comforting Thought One of my best buys ever has been a memory foam mattress. Comfortable to get into at night, by the […]
Are you wondering whether studying for a creative writing degree will improve your success as an indie author? It’s a decision any self-published author should not take lightly, given the amount of time and money involved. Eden Sharp, associate lecturer in fiction writing and publishing at Southampton Solent University, shares her views on what aspiring […]
Indie book evaluation sites assure readers of the quality of self-published books, but how can indie authors get involved? Find out today from Tahlia Newland of Awesome Indies. Also take a look at our previous interview with Jessica Bennett of Compulsion Reads. Why did you decide to set up an evaluation programme for indie books? […]
A number of ALLi advisors and members, including Joanna Penn, Alison Baverstock, and Jane Dixon-Smith are making their way to Manchester in August, to take part in The Guardian Masterclass in Self-publishing (August 4th). I’m going to be talking about Writing Creative Fiction and Nonfiction. The title of that workshop always leads somebody to ask first, what is […]