Once you've published your book, how exactly do you get it to readers? Today, the Alliance of Independent Authors AskALLi team is examining the fourth process of publishing: book distribution.
Draft2Digital vs Smashwords vs StreetLib vs PublishDrive: Which eBook aggregator is best? Our #AskALLi Member Q&A is hosted by Michael…
Writing a book is quite an endeavor, but once you've got it edited, and you're ready to put it into the world, how do you actually do that? Authors today have a huge range of options and opportunities across ebook, print books, and audiobooks. This is the Alliance of Independent Authors ultimate guide to book distribution.
For the next edition of the Alliance of Independent Authors International Insights hosted by Mark Williams of The New Publishing Standard, we’re moving on to the giant that is Amazon. If you missed our introduction series to global book markets, you can read them here: Africa, India and China markets in Asia, the Middle East North Africa markets, the Ibero-America markets, the Asia-Pacific markets and the European markets, and also a special edition on the English-language markets. This is international insights: Amazon edition.
Data Guy keynotes at Futurebook 2019, Dean R Koontz's deal with Amazon, Amazon's new store layout, and the death of the long tail
PublishDrive launches a subscription-only model for authors, Amazon pilots a one-tap rating feature, and librarians take on publishers at DigitalBookWorld.se
How much a writer earns from writing continues to make depressing reading, and a clash in Swedish audio subscription has global consequences.
I first launched my IndieVoices podcast in March 2017 as a way of helping to amplify voices that had been…
Spend a useful half-hour listening to ALLi's latest Beginning Self-publishing Podcast to pick up top tips on book pricing, including royalty rates on different platforms, the value and use of permafree, and countdown deals.
Pick up great ideas and tips for experimenting with your ebook pricing strategy from ALLi Professional member Seeley James, who generously shares the conclusions from his price testing on the blog here
Hachette's CEO claims that ebooks are a stupid product but admits publishers are partly to blame, while Amazon's own imprints look strangely dominant in its bestseller charts, and sales of ebooks in Germany stagnate.
In this month's Ask ALLi Beginners' Self-publishing Salon we introduce two new hosts, Iain Rob Wright and Jyotsna Ramachandran, talking about how to format ebooks and print books like a pro