In this insightful podcast, Jane Friedman takes us through seven critical elements that are foundational for any author who is serious about their writing career. I've summarised some of the key takeaways that resonated with me, but listen to this broadcast yourselves to delve into the subject in greater detail.
Are you ready for Indie Author Fringe on Saturday 22nd October? 24 sessions over 24 hour of the best indie author education online to help you turn your creative endeavours into a fully-fledged author business. Here are 5 great reasons to attend our Indie Author Fringe event...
Now that the dust has settled after a frenzied 24-hours of LBF Indie Author Fringe sessions, find out who won the Speaker Giveaways and the Opening Line Competition. We also remind you about the Sponsor Discounts that can save you money, and ask you to take the time to submit your feedback about our Indie Author Fringe conference. Let us know what we did well, and what we could do better.
[sc:session-header] Orna Ross, Director of the Alliance of Independent Authors, wraps up our first Indie Author event of 2016 and announces…
Indie Author Fringe: New authors will learn how to identify their priorities and focus on getting their book to market by putting the nice-to-haves on the back burner and focusing instead on the three critical elements.
Indie Author Fringe: YA author SRJohannes share her experience, and the benefits, of a hybrid-author working with an Agent.
Indie Author Fringe: Ali Cross is an experienced author writing for the Young Adult audience, and discusses the current state and future of the YA market.
Indie Author Fringe: Jane Dixon-Smith, is always being asked about what makes the perfect cover. Here she talks about what works and what doesn’t.
Indie Author Fringe: Melissa Addey is a Writer in Residence at the British Library. Here's how she got the gig & tips on a successful residency.
Indie Author Fringe: In this podcast, Mohana Rajakumar talks about how she managed to switch her writing between genres while still maintaining a consistent brand.
Indie Author Fringe. Toby explains that it's not only big name, traditionally published authors who need a literary agent.
Indie Author Fringe. Yen Ooi explores how to confidently write in color, without compromising either our writing style or the expectations of our readers