Today on the #AskALLi Foundational Self-Publishing podcast: Are book fairs the right place for indie authors? Recorded at the London Book Fair, this podcast focuses on how indie authors can make the most of publishing conferences like this one. ALLi Director Orna Ross and Production Manager Dan Parsons talk about networking for indie authors. What you should know before walking into the chaos and crowds of a book fair.
Authors' petition to change Amazon's ebook returns policy following returns scam shared on TikTok, and Italian publishers claim piracy cost them 771 million Euros during the pandemic.
Zestworld offers indie comics creators a tailor made distribution platform. And the Selfies Awards shortlists are published, with winners announced at London Book Fair
The London Book Fair has been a key date for the Alliance of Independent Authors for many years. The AskALLi team is in attendance this year, see below for more information. We've rounded up some of the key talks and events focused on indie authors this year. Below is a list of all the self-publishing events at London Book Fair 2022.
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What are some book launch tips and how do I supercharge my sales? Our #AskALLi Member Q&A is hosted by Michael La Ronn and ALLi Director, Orna Ross, and this month they'll be answering this question and more.
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