Latest From the Self-Publishing Advice Blog: Complying With GDPR

This week, among other things, Howard Lovy gets into the nitty gritty of GDPR in his article Complying with GDPR is About More than Your Readers’ Privacy: It’s About Earning their Trust

Other Self-Publishing Advice

Debbie Young provides tips for those of you having trouble keeping track of information about characters, settings and other crucial details when writing a book – How to Create and Use a Style-sheet to Keep the Details in Your Books Consistent

Dale Burgess of ALLi Partner Member Print2Demand, gives some book production advice in his article Bookbinding Options for Print-on-Demand Self-published Books

Another author collaboration case study, this week from Irish novelist JJ Toner who describes How Smart Collaboration Between Authors Helps Sell Books 

AskALLi’s IndieVoices in May covered interviews including:

  • Claire Baldry who recently launched a website and Facebook group focusing on older readers
  • Maggie Christensen who wouldn’t accept that nobody wants to read about the lives of older people
  • And Dan Holloway’s latest news updates

This week’s self-publishing success story is prolific British historical novelist Fenella Miller, who reflects on the secrets of her success.

And finally, as always, we come to Dan Holloway’s regular indie author news round-up. This week, the most talked about topic right now … GDPR. Are you compliant?; some great news for indie romance writers; latest from Kindle Words and Blogger; and some news from the Indian self-publishing platform Juggernaut.

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