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In this month’s Advanced Self-Publishing Salon from the Alliance of Independent Authors, Orna Ross and Joanna Penn discuss ethics. The need for book reviews, the desirability of bestseller badges, the value in superfast author business models can put a strain on ethics. Sometimes authors make mistakes inadvertently, sometimes we stretch the rules on purpose. Orna and Joanna […]
Plagiarism is in the news, possibly targeting indies and on KDP in general and we examine the indie presence at London Book Fair.
Indie authors are being targeted by criminals who impersonate them online, then collect royalties on their books. Learn how to detect and stop book counterfeiting.
Can indie authors fight back against plagiarism?
Learn how—and when—to combat piracy. The first of a three-part series on fighting copyright infringement.
Well, I’ve had quite a week. I would say my feet have hardly hit the ground, but as you’ll know from last week that would hardly be true. My feet have done a lot of hitting the ground, as I was honoured to take part in the 100 kilometre Race to the Stones Ultramarathon on […]