Top self Publishing Websitesbest-of-breed self-publishing sites
Best-websites Award - The Alliance of Independent Authors
At our Indie Author Fringes meeting we collect information about the best websites for self-publishers..... Each short-listed nomination receives an accolade and a website is selected by a jury as the top website for self-publishers. The next meeting will take place on the fringes of the Frankfurt Book Fair, where our motto will be Racing an Author Business.
You must have the Web pages: Jane Friedman, an inside publisher, is a contact point for hands-on management consulting for indie's and all those who are moving in the fast moving book industry. Many free ressources and even read logs about the next generation of literacy and publishing will give you a wider view besides the more specialized articles.
The Book Designer is a very fashionable The Book Designer blogs featuring a big success with readers. It' simple enough to loose the authoring creativity perspective, with publishing and commercial aspects sometimes dominant the creation period. Irishworthy but by no means restricted to Ireland, writing. ie has a plethora of ressources any writers can use, especially if you are beginning or want to refine your crafts.
Reaching the reader is the top of most author's to-do lists, and Autorarketing Club has a plethora of books to help you find your audiences. INDIEDIATED and proud, the Passive Voice stays at the top of self-publishing messages and opinions and offers many rousing stories and thought pieces from the Internet.
When you are new to self-publishing, we strongly suggest that you read some of the Writer Beware reviews - a necessary and important watchdog for indie people who warn them about fraud and the types of services to be avoided. S. R. Johannes' website - a repository of snipes and novelties that anyone dealing with the ever-growing YA generation will find useful.
The Joanna Penn Podcast is a resource for great information, advice and interviewing some of the best in self-publishing. She can be accessed on her own creatively penn blogs, among other insight from Joanna's extremely rewarding work. It is the blogs of ADVISOR Ben Galley.
The Combined Book Exhibit Blog is a great starting point for some important facts and numbers with articles from associations, especially from America, as well as messages and advertisements about combined book exhibitions. The IPR License, a place where you can register and distribute your copyrights, combines the common press release with insight from an interesting area of publishing that indie publishers are beginning to research.