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News and Advice from the Publishing Next Conference in Goa, India

Following her  attendance at the recent PublishingNext conference in Goa, ALLi Ambassador Rasana Atreya has compiled a series of fascinating take-home points on the state of the Indian market for self-published books and indie authors. PublishingNext is the brainchild of Leonard Fernandes and Queenie Rodrigues, co-founders of the India-based POD (print on demand) company, Cinnamon Teal. […]

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Self Publishing in India: RASANA ATREYA

In 2012 the manuscript of my novel, Tell A Thousand Lies, was shortlisted for the Tibor-Jones South Asia prize. Subsequently, I declined a traditional publishing contract and self-published. In February of 2014, when Amazon started operations in India, they flew me to New Delhi to be part of the launch. I’ve also been interviewed extensively […]

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Writing: How Do You Judge Self-Publishing Success?

Not long after the release of his debut YA novel, British author Stuart Harper made an exciting discovery that made him reconsider his definitions of what spells self-publishing success. His experience, shared on ALLi’s private Facebook forum this morning, instantly struck a chord with other indie author members around the world, who have also given […]

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Publishing: The Self-Publishing Market in India

Indian author Rasana Atreya provides invaluable insight into the current state of self-publishing in India, and shares her views on opportunities and constraints for indie authors in her home country. On February 16, Amazon hosted a self-publishing event in New Delhi, India – Amazon for Authors: Navigating the Road to Self-Publishing Success. Three KDP authors were […]

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