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ALLi Advice Blog: Writing Posts in 2014

Casting my eye back over all our blog posts from 2014, I’m astonished to see just how much we squeezed in, not only in terms of quantity, but also in range and depth. Over the next few posts, I’ll be rounding up what we’ve covered during 2014 in the different strands of the blog – […]

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Christmas Showcase (#96-2)

Last week we ran a special Holiday Season Showcase to give you gift ideas for your loved ones. Now that it’s Christmas Eve and most of us will be beginning to relax into the holiday season, we’re running it by you again so that you can nab some festive reading for yourself. After all, isn’t […]

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Looking Back: A recap on ALLi’s 2014

It’s been quite a year for all of us at ALLi – and as we take time out for the holidays, it’s also a good excuse to take stock of the past year, before 2014 becomes 2015. Opening up to Indie Authors APRIL 2014: This was ALLi’s second anniversary, and over at the London Book […]

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Opinion: Indie Book Covers are On The Up

Rebecca Lang, Australian indie author of fiction and non-fiction, shares her excitement at the growing professionalism of the covers of self-published books. I just read the latest ALLi Member Showcase and wanted to share some feedback… Can I just say all of these amazing book covers I’m seeing are exciting the socks off me! That good covers […]

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Reaching Readers at Literary Festivals: Case Study of the Nottingham Festival of Words

Occupational psychologist and indie author Sarah Dale reflects on how much she gained from being part of her local literary festival – the Nottingham Festival of Words- and not only in terms of reaching readers. Tomorrow I am meeting a potential new client for my psychology business who has contacted me after she read my […]

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