As most indie authors know, the self-publishing landscapeis dynamic and ever-changing. From Amazon’s constantly shifting algorithms to fleeting fads in every genre, self-publishing is, in many ways, unpredictable. But that doesn’t mean we can’t try to predict it by examining recent trends
One of the significant perks of attending writers' conferences and events is that you get to meet people you wouldn't usually bump into in the street. Although, with Robert Yehling, award-winning author, journalist, poet, and book editor, the odds would
Mark Leslie Lefebvre, the Director of Kobo Writing Life, believes that there has never been a better time to be a writer. He will explain why during a special event scheduled for Sunday, June 18 at 12pm in conjunction with
Jessica Bell certainly is the fabulous child of self-publishing. She's got it all: the talent, the determination, the looks, the youth. This rock star turned into an award-winning novelist, poet, graphic designer and self-publishing expert will launch her new book, Dear
The British converted me to rock music when I was in high-school. It took another British to convert me to self-publishing. At the London Book Fair, in 2015, I became a believer in self-publishing. The London Book Fair changed my life.
George R.R. Martin is one of the guests of honor at this year's StokerCon, the annual convention of The Horror Writers Association (HWA), the premier organization of writers and publishers of horror and dark fantasy in the US. The event
One of the events you don't to miss this year is The Indie Author Fringe on March 18, starting 10 am GMT. This first online conference that ALLI schedules for 2017 includes videos, podcasts, and articles from an exciting line-up of self-publishing