On the ALLi Twitter chat (#indieAuthorChat) this week we asked questions about Content Marketing and Authors.
TwitterChat: Content Marketing and Authors
The Indie Author Twitter Chat runs for an hour, weekly on Wednesdays, at 8pm UK Time (3pm EST and noon Pacific Time). All you have to do to join in is follow the hashtag #IndieAuthorChat on Twitter.
The chats are a virtual meet-up for the self-publishing community on Twitter. If you're looking to connect with more people in our industry, joining The Indie Author Twitter Chat is the perfect way to start. Network with other authors and self-publishing professionals, learn new strategies and get answers to your most pressing questions from our guest experts.
Next time: Next Wednesday we have questions about Should Authors include Trigger Warnings in their book descriptions?.
Last Time: Did you miss the summary of last week's Twitter chat about Difficult topics to write about. You can find that here: TwitterChat: Difficult topics to write about
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Every year, as we near the close of the year, we take a moment to pause and round up the best of the best on the Alliance of Independent Authors blog. Today, we're bringing you a selection of the best marketing blogs from 2022. It's time to review your marketing plans, tools and resources and prepare for 2023. These are the best marketing tips for indie authors from 2022.
Inspirational Indie Author Interview. Debbie Young: Cozy Mystery Author Keeps Indie Mindset in Negotiations With Traditional Publisher
My ALLi author guest this episode is Debbie Young, who many of you already know from our ALLi member forums on Facebook. She's usually there to answer questions about indie publishing. Well, Debbie, a writer of cozy mysteries, recently signed a deal with a trade publisher. But, as she says in our interview, she approached her negotiations with a traditional publisher with the mindset of an indie author.
When to Quit Writing and Publishing: Advanced Self-Publishing Podcast With Orna Ross and Joanna Penn
In this month’s Advanced Self-Publishing Podcast ALLi Director Orna Ross and Enterprise Adviser Joanna Penn discuss when to quit writing and publishing. Should you just keep writing and publishing even if it’s not going anywhere? Should you persist with the creative and business choices you have invested in for so long–or could you just walk away? Orna and Joanna talk about the times in our lives when we might need to consider quitting aspects of our writing, publishing, marketing, and business.