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Macmillan’s Acquisition of Pronoun Creates Uncertainty, Hope

Last month, I reviewed Pronoun, an intriguing, free, assisted self-publishing platform. I’m updating that review today with a significant new development: Macmillan has acquired Pronoun. Uncertainty, but optimism too The incursion of Big 5 publishers into the realm of self-publishing has rarely benefited indie authors. The long, ugly history of traditional publishers partnering with predatory […]

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Your Self-Publishing Questions Answered. Ask ALLi Logo Q&A with Orna Ross and Joanna Penn

Ask ALLi May Q&A with Joanna Penn & Orna Ross Video & Podcast

Ask ALLi May – Your Self-Publishing Questions answered by Joanna Penn and Orna Ross Each month Joanna and Orna answer Member’s self-publishing questions, and today’s discussion was a lively affair packed with invaluable insights, endless recommendations and feisty opinions. Joanna and Orna kicked off the session reviewing their own projects. (A reminder that they practice what they […]

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ALLi News: Easy Ways to get involved in Self-Publishing

ALLi’s news this week looks slightly further afield than our individual books – and is all about ensuring our members can participate in the wider industry of self-publishing, with a roundup of some special offers for anyone with an interest in sharing, learning and contributing to the process of successful publishing. 50% off the London […]

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Looking Back: A recap on ALLi’s 2014

It’s been quite a year for all of us at ALLi – and as we take time out for the holidays, it’s also a good excuse to take stock of the past year, before 2014 becomes 2015. Opening up to Indie Authors APRIL 2014: This was ALLi’s second anniversary, and over at the London Book […]

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Spot the opportunities at Frankfurt Book Fair

Frankfurt for Indies: An Abundance of Abundance

We’re back and pretty much unpacked from Frankfurt, a maze of exhibitors and a haze of publishing professionals and business cards. For the traditional publishing world, the fair is perhaps the most traditional of all. Compared to London and even BEA, Frankfurt is old world publishing: a mecca for big deals and bigger expense accounts. […]

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