Indie Author Fringe October 2016: AGENDA | Self-Publishing Advice Center. Should Indie Authors Go KDP Exclusive Or Go Wide? Susan Kay Quinn & Pippa DaCosta Susan is exclusively KDP, Pippa makes her books available in as many outlets as possible. Using questions from authors to frame their discussion, they explain which model works best for which kind of books and the pros and cons of each approach.
Indie Author Fringe October 2016: AGENDA | Self-Publishing Advice Center. Top Three Tools To Help You Sell More Books and Grow Your Indie Author Business Bryan Cohen & Jim Kukral The boys from the "Sell More Books Show" recommend three premium earning tools for authors. But the thinking behind them can be adopted by all authors in different ways.
Indie Author Fringe October 2016: AGENDA | Self-Publishing Advice Center. How To Use Twitter Cards & Twitter Ads To Boost Your Indie Author Business Tim Lewis Tim Lewis of the Beginning Self-Publishing Podcast explains Twitter Cards and how they can help you reach readers, grow your mailing list and boost your book income.
Today, we are highlighting Lindsey Jacobs, a blogger and aspiring author who is writing her book, When Opportunity Knocks. Lindsey is an inspirational 40-year-old single mother and nursing student. She has completed the Ironman and is now driving for another achievement — to write her first book. Learn more about what it's really like to write a book online with book coach Nancy Erickson.
Indie Author Fringe October 2016: AGENDA | Self-Publishing Advice Center. Tax Matters For Indie Authors: A Handholder Karen Inglis How to complete your tax interview for Createspace and Amazon KDP, a reminder to authors to ensure they are claiming their taxable expenses, the tax implications of selling digital products on your website and more. A primer on international income tax laws, for the indie author.