Spotify’s deal with publishers and the resolution to the screenwriters’ strike illustrate how quickly our landscape is changing. Welcome to Self-Publishing News with ALLi News editor Dan Holloway, bringing you the latest in indie publishing news and commentary.
As part of the recent mini #SelfPubCon the Alliance of Independent Authors ran a ten word story competition in partnership with Kobo Writing Life. Today, we hear from the competition winner, mystery author Callie Browning. Congratulations to all the entrants and to Callie.
As part of the Alliance of Independent Authors' tenth-anniversary celebrations, we're running a Ten-word Story Competition, sponsored by Kobo Writing Life…
If there's one thing we can always be assured of, it's that marketing tactics and methods will be in a constant state of flux. Fads come and go, social media platforms come and go, advertising runs in cycles. Which is why the Alliance of Independent Authors AskALLi team is running a series of "What Sells Books in 2022" posts to bring you the most up to date tactics and tools for your writing business. This is What Sells Books in 2022: Kobo Writing Life.
Authors Guild lawsuit gets to the heart of the issue of time limits on claiming damages for copyright infringement.
In a week where apps dominate self-publishing news, Kobo Plus in Canada celebrates its 1st year with interesting insights into subscription readers' habits. INKR makes comics more accessible across languages. And AppSumo launches its Book Author Collection of apps.
On the ALLi Twitter chat (#indieAuthorChat) this week we asked questions about Selling books in Canada with Mark Leslie Lefebvre
Bookbub introduce "related authors" feature for ads, Kobo introduces unlimited streaming, and Mark Dawson raises questions over chart position tactics.
Kobo turns 10, new projects look to improve literacy, and we look at what Brexit might mean for indies.
An in depth news report from Futurebook 19 looking at what the conference had to teach indies with a focus on data and events.
The CASE Act comes one step closer to becoming law and allowing authors to pursue damages for copyright infringement through the small claims courts.
New research shows the books world is not as ready as it could be for artificial intelligence and Amazon launch a Kindle for kids.