On the ALLi Twitter chat (#indieAuthorChat) we asked questions to Robin Cutler about publishing books with the service Ingram Spark.
What if a Hybrid Publisher Wants to Charge me a Ton of Money? That's among the questions answered in this month's Members Q&A and Self-Publishing News Salon with Michael LaRonn and Sacha Black (filling in for Orna Ross), followed by Dan Holloway's news roundup.
Book signings – despite the fear associated with them – can be an extremely useful marketing tool. You get to meet real readers for one, you grow your confidence and sell books. Alexa Nazzaro, ALLi Partner member and founder of www.aaxelauthorservices.com, has a ton of creative ideas to show you how to leverage book signings.
When we first start writing, many of us dream of having a book signing. We also cower at the prospect of having to talk to 'real people.' But for the most part, meeting readers is what we want. Organizing and delivering a book signing day can be daunting. ALLi Author member Eileen Omosa is explains how to organize a book signing.
Want to sell more paperbacks around the world? Then make sure you self-publish them via both IngramSpark and KDPPrint - this post will tell you why and how.
Spend a useful half-hour listening to ALLi's latest Beginning Self-publishing Podcast to pick up top tips on book pricing, including royalty rates on different platforms, the value and use of permafree, and countdown deals.
Ever thought about self-publishing a box set in paperback form? It's easier than you might think - and a great supplement to an ebook box set. Helena Halme talks you through the process in this helpful post.
Whether you're new to self-publishing paperbacks or an established user of print-on-demand, this post provides a handy reminder of how to use CreateSpace and IngramSpark together to maximise your reach - and how ALLi members can make substantial cost savings
How to make the most of the additional opportunities the festive season brings to sell paperback copies of your self-published books - and to plan ahead for Christmas 2018!