This is an advance peek at next week’s self-publishing salon from the Alliance of Independent Authors, answering your member questions including, do I need a different copyright page for each country my book is published in?
#AskALLi Members Q&A and Self-Publishing News: Do I need a different copyright page for each country my book is published in?
In the first episode of the #AskALLi Member Q&A, Michael La Ronn joins me to answer your member questions this month, including:
– Do I need a different copyright page for each country my book is published in?
– Where can I find information on starting my author business?
– How aggressive should I be in pursuing speaking events?
– Should I put the ALLi logo on my book cover?
– How can I get more exposure for my books and increase book sales?
– When is the best time to hire an illustrator?
– How do I avoid paying sales tax when selling my books at events?
Attend the Live Salon: Do I need a different copyright page for each country my book is published in?
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