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Industry figures show both audiobook sales and ebook library borrows continue to grow rapidly, while the figures on diversity in publishing are less promising.
Wondering whether to use WordPress for your author website? Already got a WordPress website but want to make it work harder for you? Read this easy-to-follow overview by WordPress expert Rachel McCollin to help you get your site up to speed.
One of the most popular genres on YouTube these days features “unboxing” videos. That is, literally, videos of people taking a thing out of the box in which it arrived. I was reminded of this by one of the articles that has been doing the rounds this week, linking the resurgence of print books and […]
I think it’s probably fair to say that not many of us will miss 2016 when it’s gone. All else aside, a year that started with Bowie and is probably nowhere near finished with Leonard Cohen has taken far too many of our indie icons, voices who told us it was OK to be different, […]
When you join the Alliance of Independent Authors, we send you a snippet of code to put on your website, so you can tell the world you belong to an organization that values ethics and excellence in self-publishing. Your website developer can do this for you or if you run a Wordpress or Blogger site, here’s how to […]