Alliance of Independent Authors Blog Roundup 2019 Week 43

This week, among other things, ALLi author member Michael La Ronn, part of the ALLi podcast team, will be present at the new IndieLAB Conference in Cincinatti at the end of September.

Other Self-Publishing Advice

Jules Horne, an award-winning playwright and fiction author, shares five key dramatic  techniques to make fiction stories more compelling.

Debbie Young provides a quick guide to taking advantage of the new service from ALLi’s Partner Member IngramSpark – How to Print a Personalized Copy of a Self-published Book

AskALLi’s Beginners’ Self-Publishing Salon covered topics including:

  • What is crowdfunding?
  • Is it a good way to test the viability of your book?
  • Is there a financial risk in crowdfunding?
  • What are the different crowdfunding services?

ALLi’s Self-publishing Success Story featured fiction writer and advanced intelligence theory and asymmetric warfare lecturer, Joseph Malik.

And finally, as always, we come to Dan Holloway’s regular indie author news round-up. This week, a delay for Tate Publishing author victims; the continuing slow implosion of Barnes & Noble; Storytel’s continued expansion; and a couple of interesting stories about curation.

The self-publishing advice blog is run by the Alliance of Independent Authors, the association for author-publishers. We also publish a range of self-publishing guides.

 

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