Guest Post: BookWorks

Indie RisingThe success of the first annual Indie Author Day in 2016 should come as no surprise to those of us immersed in the indie sphere. As an online community

Guest Post: Romance Writers of America

Intrinsic to the mission of Romance Writers of America (RWA), the trade association for romance writers, are the ideas that united, romance writers are a powerful community and the organization

Guest Post: NaNoWriMo

Confession: I was too scared to attend a Write-In my first two years of National Novel Writing Month. Like a proper writer, I dreamed up (lame) excuses. What if I

IAD Workshop Videos

Programming your eventOn Indie Author Day, several industry leaders from the world of self and independent publishing will be providing videos for libraries to share with attendees. We are working

Guest Post: Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA)

A New Way to Celebrate Indie Author Day…. Get to Know IBPA!This year, the Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA - celebrates its 34th year of empowering independent voices in

Guest Post: Indies Unlimited

What It Really Costs to Self-Publish A BookYes, you can self-publish for under $500 There are a lot of numbers flying around these days, telling authors what they should expect

How it all began

Indie Author Day: How a needs-based approach created a national eventThe indie author community is growing--and so is the demand for books from indie publishers. How do you harness that

Guest Post: Intralingo

Self-Published Translations: The Elephant's ToeAs the website Author Earnings so astutely points out: “Data in the publishing biz is hard to come by. Without widespread sharing of data by retailers,

Guest Post: Where Writers Win

Authors Cultivating Key Influencers: Courting Book Clubs!A book’s success can hit the viral tipping point with simply word of mouth. And book clubs can be the best source for that;

Guest Post: Pressbooks

The Costs of Self-Publishing (and How to Keep Them In Check)We break down the costs of self-publishing for indie authors. When you’re an indie author, you still need to do