What are the industry standards and best practices for paperback books? Our #AskALLi Member Q&A is hosted by Michael La Ronn and ALLi Director, Orna Ross,and this month they'll be answering this question and more.
Effective outsourcing is a skill in itself, and it can be daunting. Jyotsna Ramachamdran offers expert advice on how to outsource your requirements in a way that will ensure the best end result for your self-publishing project.
How to find time to write by examining your current habits and building realistic plans that will be effectively within the particular context of your life and circumstances, by Open University Creative Writing tutor Dr Louise Tondeur.
As an indie author, should you employ businesslike time management strategies, or will they kill off your creativity and do more harm than good? Debbie Young considers the options.
How indie authors can use speedreading to help them self-publish faster by shortening research time - and other exciting benefits, by world champion Dan Holloway.
If you struggle to find time for your writing and publishing amid the demands and distractions of 21st century life, this session is for you! Mark will help you carve out time consistently, while still managing all the other important commitments in your life.
Ali will teach you how to avoid wasting your precious energy and budget on activities that won't result in book sales, using his T.R.A.C.K. book marketing system.
Why it's important for indie authors to take their time to self-publish - by ALLi Partner member Taryn Johnston
Why indie authors should keep blogging to boost their author careers - and some practical top tips on how to blog well.
US indie author Glenn Ashton shares his system for making sure you get all your book marketing tasks done without every feeling overwhelmed.
Top tips on how to keep your momentum up while writing your books - brought to you by indie authors who have successfully self-published books following their own advice!
Author and ALLi Advice blog editor Debbie Young makes the case for self-published authors to occasionally turn their backs on the ever-hungry beast that is the world wide web. As indie authors, we sell most of our wares in a…