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This week, among other things, Debbie Young shares 15 Practical Ways to Get More Book Reviews.

Other Self-Publishing Advice

Indie author John Lynch, self-confessed pantser, shares his enthusiasm for the planning tool Plottr to help him turn out better books more quickly in Writing: The Planning Tool for Pantsers: Plottr

ALLi author member Clare Flynn reports on her recent visit to Gardners in Production & Distribution: A Visit to Gardners – UK & International Book Wholesaler

In this week’s Opinion: Why Indie Authors Need to Broaden Their Business, Authorpreneur Karen Myers explains why indie authors need to keep learning and expanding their indie author business activity.

This week we held the December 2018 ALLi Self-publishing Salon via Facebook Live! Orna and Joanna, discussed the latest on content marketing and business building in fiction and poetry, as well as nonfiction, with a focus this month on positioning yourself for success next year.

Catch up on the latest self-publishing news for author entrepreneurs, including search on voice devices and the importance of a good pitch in Position Yourself For Success in 2019.

And finally, as always, we come to Dan Holloway’s regular indie author news round-up. This week, Amazon’s email blunder; PublishDrive hack warning; better news for Amazon customers in Australia; and Barnes & Nobel announce 15 new stores for 2019.

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