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Streamed live on Jul 4, 2017
Welcome to Ask ALLi, the Self-Publishing Advice Podcast from the Alliance of Independent Authors. This week it’s our monthly Member Q&A where ALLi Members’ have their most pressing self-publishing questions analyzed and answered. Join your regular hosts for the Member Q&A: indie author's David Penny & Debbie Young
This month’s discussion included:
-the recent changes to Amazon Reviews; -the benefits of publishing on Amazon; -news about our new ALLi guidebook “How to get your Self-publishing book into bookstores“; -expanding your product line from ebooks into POD (Print-on-Demand) books; -Amazon’s new reporting dashboard and issues with it’s accuracy; -publishing in a series; -the reasons why authors should buy their own ISBNs; -publishing via aggregators like Draft2Digital and Smashwords; -and the financial benefits of ALLi Membership.
Our weekly Self-Publishing Advice broadcast is brought to you by ALLi, the Alliance of Independent Authors. This Member Self-Publishing Q&A is one of four regular shows, which includes a beginners and advanced self-publishing salon and a special guest highlight presentation from the Indie Author Fringe, ALLi’s free online author conference.
Find more author advice, tips and tools at our self-publishing advice center, selfpublishingadvice.org. And, if you haven’t already, we invite you to join our organization and become a self-publishing ally. You can do that at allianceindependentauthors.org.
Visit our Self-Publishing Advice Center here: selfpublishingadvice.org
About your hosts:
ALLi’s Technical Manager David Penny is the author of the best selling Thomas Berrington Historical Mystery series set in the final years of Moorish Spain, and before returning to writing full time he worked in education, printing and publishing, and for 25 years ran his own software company.
ALLi’s Publications Manger Debbie Young enjoys sharing best practice with our members around the world, as well as running two local authors’ groups and the Hawkesbury Upton Lit Fest on her home turf. Small wonder, then, that her cosy mystery series, the Sophie Syers Village Mysteries, is set in a small English village populated with authors and booksellers.