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
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Do you have an out-of-print or unpublished back catalogue tucked away? Don’t be afraid to get it out and reread it – it may be better than you think, and ideal material for self-publishing, says Ann Richardson, who goes on to offer two cases of her own that have done well.
Do you sometimes feel self-publishing success is eluding you? You’re not alone – but C Lee McKenzie’s post about motivation reminds us why we keep writing, and why the odds aren’t as stacked against indie authors as much as we might think
Indie in spirit, hybrid-published, Canadian author Carol M Cram shares her top tips about her rise to success as a historical novelist, with an interest take on the best use of time while writing
Draw inspiration, motivation and great practical ideas from our ALLi Professional Member interview with Collette Cameron, an energetic, generous, and focused hybrid author who recently hit USA Today bestseller status with a self-published book.
With two trade-published books to her name, one fiction, one non-fiction, Emily Benet chose to switch to the path of the indie author and self-publish her third book, a novel, The Hen Party. Her encouraging case study may inspire other authors to do the same, and reaffirm the conviction of those already following that course. […]
What inspires other indie authors to write what they write? Angela Buckley is driven by her family tree – and crime!
Top takeaway tips for authors from the profilic novelist and poet Sue Johnson, both self-published and trade-published
After one of our members reported how impressed he was by Mark Edwards’ talk at the Harrogate Crime Writers Festival this summer, we asked Mark to share the secrets of his success on the ALLi blog. His story is certainly inspiring. What’s the secret of your success? I used to work in marketing, and sometimes […]
As self-published authors, we may be thankful for the creative freedom allowed by our independent status – but should we also use that freedom to depart from conventional publishing production standards? Historical novelist Helen Hollick thinks not. A debate about the choice of paper colour triggered this heartfelt plea for conformity. A couple of days ago […]