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There’s nothing quite like holding your book in your hands—an actual printed copy whose pages you can flip. For fiction authors choosing exclusivity for e-books
Dear Indie Annie, I have a fear of succeeding, of finishing. Since January I have written two novels … well, almost two. For the last
How to Eat Your Way to Creativity What’s the best fuel for a writer? For the 2021 Summer Olympics in Japan, 59-year-old Yoko Nishimura created
In last month’s issue, we looked at what imposter syndrome is; now we’ll examine what it might look like, why we have it, and what
With the resurgence of horror as a popular genre in the last several years, the world is seeing a plethora of writers try their hand
Whether you’re an author with fifty books or five, the legacy you leave behind when you die needs to be protected. Whilst none of us
Indie Author Magazine introduces a new section this month with the addition of INSIDER INSIGHTS. We welcome Joe Solari, noted business expert as our inaugural
When you hear the term “Outsourcing,” what comes to mind? You are most likely familiar with the concept of hiring external talent for editing and
As your author business grows, it becomes more complex. In addition to books, maybe you’ve added a class, or merchandise, or make appearances and sell
Have you ever read a book and gotten lost because you didn’t know who was telling the story? Choosing the correct point of view is
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