Indie authors are getting their work made into movies, whether through Wattpad, KDP, or other means. And Scribd hits 1 million subscribers.
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Are you worried that book reviews aren’t coming in as quickly as you’d like? Read this checklist of 15 things you can do to build up reviews and see if you are missing any tricks! Compiled from the ALLi Hive wisdom.
ALLi’s weekly self-publishing news round-up brings the top stories of the week: the closure of the Createspace estore, selling magazines through Issuu, and an increase in ISBNs for self-published books
IRIS is IndieReader’s new book distribution service designed to help self-published authors get their books onto the shelves of independent bricks-and-mortar bookstores. IndieReader’s founder Amy Edelman explains IRIS’s features and benefits, and how it works alongside the Edelweiss database used by indie bookstores. (Bit of a floral theme going on here!) If you have any […]
Book publicity expert Ben Cameron describes the Netgalley service used by trade publishers to put books in front of reviewers and book bloggers, to help you consider whether it might be worth using for your self-published book. NetGalley is an online book review platform that enables reviewers to download, for free, electronic copies of books […]