Grab inspiration for your new writing year by revisiting some of the best posts about writing craft from the ALLi blog in 2018 – from what makes you a writer to how to be better one – and earn more money from your self-published books!
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If you ever receive an invitation to attend an Amazon Academy conference, snap it up! Three ALLi authors share their verdict on the latest. Plus a reminder of an exclusive tour opportunity at IngramSpark next month.
Celebrity photographer Annie Leibovitz may not be the obvious role model for a writer – but as Lee McKenzie explains in her post today, she’s just one of many artists working in other art forms from whom authors may draw inspiration and ideas. We learn a lot about writing from other writers, but sometimes […]
Have you ever considered engaging an author coach? Do you know how one might help you at the current stage of your writing career? Read Boni Wagner-Stafford’s post to find out.
Ever wondered about outsourcing your book marketing so you can get on with writing your books instead? Belinda Griffin of Smart Authors Lab shares her view on how to get the balance right.
Wondering how to sell more books? Read how US fantasy author Karen Myers sold more books in the first two weeks of 2018 than the whole of 2015, by stopping writing for a year in order to improve her marketing skills
A handy reminder of what we’ve shared about best practice in writing craft, including 12 top posts from the ALLi blog in 2017, and advice on how to find more information, plus an invitation to write for the ALLi blog about your writing life
Ever thought of doing a Creative Writing MA? With the wisdom of hindsight, novelist Kate Frost shares the pros and cons, and offers caution about this investment.
What should you do with your backlist? Suppress it? Improve it? Promote it? Find out what other ALLi authors are doing with theirs, and why.
1 simple top tip to increase your writing output: learn to touch type! Debbie Young explains why and how, and urges you to take the plunge if you haven’t already done so.