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Writing Advice from the Indie Author Fringe (IAF) 2017

As indie authors everywhere reflect on what they achieved in 2017 and plan for greater self-publishing success in 2018, it’s a good time to revisit the wealth of information, advice and guidance available via our 2017 Indie Author Fringe (IAF).

IAF is a series of free online, 24-hour conferences, with round-the-clock sessions led by experts in their fields, sharing best self-publishing practice from around the world.

Today, in our usual “Writers’ Wednesday” slot on this blog, we’re sharing links to the best posts about Writing Advice from our March conference. Whether you missed them first time round, or whether you’d like to remind yourself what you learned first time round, to inspire you for your new writing year, they’re all still available for you to catch up with, for free, here:

Get It Written: Understanding The Seven Stages of the Writing Process: Orna Ross & Jerome Griffin

How to Nail your first 50 pages: Leila Dewji

How To Find And Manage A Great Team of Beta Readers: Belinda Pollard

How to Dominate Your Non-Fiction Niche: Joseph Alexander

Are You Making These Common Fiction Writing Mistakes?: K.M. Weiland

How to Write Short Stories & Use Them to Market Your Novel: James Scott Bell & Tim Lewis

How To Position Your Book For Success Right From The Start: Kathy Meis

Editors Discuss Where Writers Go Wrong: Ricardo Fayet

The Life Cycle of a Novel: Get it Organized, Get it Done! : David Penny

The Best Writing Tools – As Chosen By ALLi Members: Debbie Young

How Novelists Work With Editors: Rohan Quine & Dan Holloway

You can also see the complete agenda here:

Indie Author Fringe March 2017: AGENDA

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OVER TO YOU What’s YOUR top tip on writing craft that you’ve learned in 2017? We’d love to know!

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