skip to Main Content

Choosing the Best Self-Publishing Services: Behind the ALLi Watchdog Desk: Jay Artale

INDIE AUTHOR FRINGE: If you're a writer who wants to publish your first book one of the most important decisions you have to make is who to trust to produce and distribute it. Self-publishing is no longer the wild wild west frontier that it was five years ago, but for beginning and emerging authors it can still be a scary and overwhelming place. So who can you trust?
keep reading
Kinda Andy Orna

Trends, Tips, and Tricks for Authors and Self-Publishers: Q&A: Andy Bromley, Orna Ross, Kinga Jentetics

INDIE AUTHOR FRINGE: From the International Self-Publishing Programme at Frankfurt Book Fair, three Directors of services (Robin Cutler from IngramSpark, Orna Ross from The Alliance of Independent Authors and Kinga Jentetics from PublishDrive) that handle thousands of authors answer questions from an audience of authors. Chaired by Porter Anderson.
keep reading

5 steps To Building A Successful Author Platform Before you Publish: Donna Galanti

INDIE AUTHOR FRINGE: Building an author platform takes time and Donna makes the process not only easy but fun. Long before your book is published you can start to create a peer support network, form relationships with authors in your genre, share the wisdom you already have, volunteer for industry organizations and connect with readers via social media (yes, even before your book is out!).
keep reading
Jay Artale Michael La Ronn

How to be a part-time author and get full-time results: Jay Artale and Michael La Ronn

INDIE AUTHOR FRINGE: Michael and Jay will show you how you can thrive as a part-time author, even if you have a full-time job. In this info-packed session, you’ll learn how to create writing systems that produce consistent words day after day, the right tools to make the most of your limited time, and how to develop a support system to keep you going in the hard times.
keep reading
David Penny

Self-Publishing 3.0: The Future For Indie Authors: David Penny

INDIE AUTHOR FRINGE: If the opportunities of new technologies like the blockchain are realized, we could see authors at the beginning and not the end of the payment chain in publishing, for the first time in history. David Penny interviews Ted Nelson, whose Xanadu project was the forerunner of the WorldWideWeb and who has, since the 1960s, been analysing what's necessary to democratise information and empower content creators. This session also includes a copy of ALLi's campaign manual, "Blockchain For Books."
keep reading
Back To Top
×Close search