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.
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Welsh indie author Karl Drinkwater shares his thoughts and recommendations on the many writing and editing apps and tools available to help self-published writers make their work the best they can be. Intuition and human experience combine in successful writing and editing. However, just as chess software can analyse thousands of options per second, software […]
Writing the blurb for your self-published book is one of the privileges of being an indie author. However, this task typically comes just when you’re at your least able: exhausted from completing your final draft and too close to the manuscript to be objective. Coming to their rescue here is ALLi Partner Member Ben Cameron […]
“I’m not interested in pressing the ‘Publish’ button,” says Irish self-published author Eliza Green, who kindly shares here her brave decision to rewrite her debut sci-fi novel to match the more mature writing style of its sequel. In December 2012, I published Becoming Human, Book 1 in the Exilon 5 Trilogy. A year later, I […]
“Write as if nobody will read it; publish as if everyone will read it.” Hugh Howey talks about the writing and publishing strategies that have made him one of the world’s bestselling self-publishing authors. * What’s the secret of your success? The biggest advantage I had as an aspiring writer was my prior experience as […]
So… It’s almost November and writers across the world are stocking their fridges scribbling notes. Yes, it’s NaNoWrMo time. Natalie Wright, ALLi Member and a veteran, leads the charge. Last year, I participated in NaNoWriMo (Nat’l Novel Writing Month) for the first time. I penned (most) of the first draft of Emily’s Trial in 30 days, […]