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Streamed live on Jun 27, 2017
In a monthly salon type discussion, Orna Ross, Director of the Alliance of Independent Authors and Joanna Penn, of TheCreativePenn.com, talk about the latest tools and trends of interest to emerging and experienced self-publishing authors.
In this show, Orna and Joanna chatted about Orna Judging the Amazon Storyteller competition; AskALLi's "Getting your Self-Publishing Book into Bookstores" publication update; the new AskALLi Broadcast schedule and presenter changes; working with a writing coach; creative non-fiction techniques; new book covers and Go Creative logos; a summary of the Dublin Writers Conference; How to Market a Book Third Edition publication schedule from Joanna; using dictation to improve punctuation; how the length of your manuscript impacts audiobook sales; audiobook news from Draft2Digital; ACX global updates; Vanity Publishing discussion; IPR License and Rights; Multi-Currency pricing at PublishDrive; and Amazon's new smartphone.
The Self-Publishing Advice broadcast is a weekly show, brought to you by ALLi, the Alliance of Independent Authors and this advanced salon is one of four regular slots. The others are a Beginners salon, a Member Q&A and a special guest highlight presentation from the Indie Author Fringe, ALLi’s free online author conference.
Joanna Penn is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling thriller author, as well as writing non-fiction for authors. She is also a professional speaker and entrepreneur, voted as one of The Guardian UK Top 100 creative professionals 2013. She spent 13 years as a business IT consultant in large corporations across the globe before becoming a full-time author-entrepreneur in September 2011.
Orna Ross launched the Alliance of Independent Authors at the London Book Fair in 2012. Her work for ALLi has seen her named as one of The Bookseller’s “100 top people in publishing”. She also publishes poetry, fiction and nonfiction, and is greatly excited by the democratising, empowering potential of author-publishing.