Latest from the Self-Publishing Advice Blog: Indie Author Fringe

Self Publishing Advice centreLet’s take a look at this week’s highlights from my other blog, the Alliance of Independent Authors‘s Self-Publishing Advice Center. 

This week, we’re asking you to help us spread the word about our Indie Author Fringe event being held in less than 3 weeks. Not to be missed, the focus this time is ‘running an indie author business‘, and it’s packed with self-pubishing advice. So help us spread the word on your social media channels and in forums. More info on how to share, as well as easy tweets, can be found here.

Other Self-Publishing Advice

Sue Johnson tells us how her autobiography morphed into a novel in her article How to Turn a Memoir into a Novel – Case Study

We have a follow-up from Ian Andrew’s Word ebook formatting instructions, for print this time – 6 Tips to Help Indie Authors Format Prints Book with Word

Jonathan Hope brings you his inspiring story of how he launched his children’s picture book in a high-profile flagship store of a major bookshop chain.

And our opinion piece was What Should Indie Authors Do with their Back Catalogue of Early Self-published Books? What are your thoughts?

And finally, as always, we come to Dan Holloway’s regular indie author news round-up. This week the split between Barnes & noble and Nook, Electronic Frontier Foundation withdrawing from W3C, the continual increase of indies in libraries, and Amazon in China … or not.

If you’re interested in writing or self-publishing, you might like to join our Alliance of Independent Authors. And if you’d like to look at my self-published work, you’ll find it here