A recent survey of more than 2000 authors commissioned by ALLi, the Alliance of Independent Authors, has found that self-publishing authors earn more than writers with publishers. And that independent (indie) author incomes are rising, year on year. This contradicts information from earlier author income research and is good news for authors choosing the self-publishing route.
If you're an indie author and you spend more than 50% of your working time on writing and publishing, the Alliance of Independent Authors (ALLi) wants to hear from you. ALLi is conducting the first independent survey of self-publishing author income and on the factors that contribute to commercial success in self-publishing.
Calling all Australian authors, whether you're an Alliance of Independent Authors member or not, Macquarie University wants to here from you. They're running an Australian author survey and need to hear from Australian authors.