Are you making the most of Amazon’s Author Central facility in all its territories to raise your author profile and draw attention to your self-published books around the world? Here’s a quick guide and some food for thought from Debbie Young.
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In this month’s Advanced Self-Publishing Salon from the Alliance of Independent Authors, Orna Ross and Joanna Penn discuss the latest news in author-publishing, including the latest publishing trends and opportunities. Topics discussed this week include ALLi is getting ready for Digital Book World and its online advice conference. ALLi is in the middle of its […]
Pick up top tips for self-publishing success from our weekly interview with a high-achieving indie author – this week, Kathyrn Gauci, textile designer turned hybrid historical novelist
ALLi is delighted to announce a new arrangement with PubMatch, the international book rights network. The deal means ALLi Author Members will be able to access the premium range of PubMatch membership services at a discounted rate of just $9.99 annually (usual cost, $79.99). A partnership between Publishers Weekly and The Combined Book Exhibit, PubMatch […]
The good news for us, as indie authors, is that rights issues are greatly simplified. We own our rights and we can decide what we want to do with them. We are not bound by a publisher’s overall policy and loyalties to other titles. The bad news is too often we don’t know how to deal […]
If you’re an indie author, you can’t get international book deals, right? Wrong. Today, over at IndieRecon, I’m sharing five ways that you can get your books to readers in countries outside your home territory. 1. Through online ebook stores 2. Get one agent to sell your foreign rights 3. Get a number of agents […]