In your self-publishing career, it’s all about planning and perseverance – so don’t give up. Just follow your dreams and magic may occur, says Saiswaroopa Iyer, sharing her own journey from nervous newbie to success.
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Here’s a smart businesslike way to manage the production of your self-published books: devise and follow a book project plan, as outlined here by John Wagner-Stafford of Ingenium Books.
To help you concentrate your thoughts for a successful new year of self-publishing, here’s a chance to revisit the most relevant opinion posts from the AskALLi blog in 2018. Here’s to our best year yet as indie authors!
Have you heard of Scapple? It’s a mind-mapping tool from Literature and Latte designed to help authors plan books – and in this post ALLi author Jeff Shear explains why he’s found it especially helpful in planning a series of novels.
Which is the healthier attitude for indie authors – to set yourself an ambitious publishing schedule, or just seize book opportunities as they arise? Ian D Richardson considers.
Received wisdom is to launch the first three books in a series all at once – but does that patience really pay off? K T Lee’s case study offers helpful pros & cons to help you decide what’s best for your books.
How to make sure your plans match your objectives for your self-publishing activities – and why it’s ok to change your objectives and your plans if need be.
New authorpreneur Sukhi Jutla makes a strong case for quitting your day job to write full-time – if you have a plan in place!
Stress needn’t be inevitable in the lot of an indie author – seasoned self-publisher Dave Sivers explains his stress avoidance tips.
How to plan your indie author career with realistic goals that reflect your true ambitions and without getting overwhelmed or stressed