A terrific case study of how indie authors in a particular sub-genre can boost their success by working together in collaborative groups and projects, to everyone’s benefit – by US zombie fiction writer Grivante
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Novelists Jerome Griffin and Orna Ross, ALLi Director, discuss the seven stages of conscious creation as they relate to writing. Understanding the different requirements of each stage from concept to completion can, Orna argues, up your writing speed, ensure you’re more likely to finish well, and improve your writing craft.
How one indie author, E S Moxon, found collaboration with fellow writers helped her regain her creative momentum after unexpected challenges in her personal life that scuppered her regular writing habits.
Improve your craft in 2018 by revisiting the expert advice shared about writing by top indie authors from around the world in our March Indie Author Fringe conference – all still available to view for free here.
A handy reminder of what we’ve shared about best practice in writing craft, including 12 top posts from the ALLi blog in 2017, and advice on how to find more information, plus an invitation to write for the ALLi blog about your writing life
How to make the most of the special opportunities to promote your self-published books at Christmas and other seasons: write books to match the moment – or collaborate with other authors for a joint seasonal project.
A moving case study of a memoir of dementia that cast a new perspective on this disability – and brought the author, Mina Drever, unintended but positive consequences.
You are strongly encouraged to have your say about writers and writing in Prof Alison Baverstock’s important new survey – more details & link are here
Would you like to write eight books in less than a year? Read Arietta Richmond’s post to find out how she does it without compromising on quality.
Should indie authors comply with genre expectations or defy them? Kicking off a new series about the role of genre in self-publishing authors’ success.