Get ready for Indie Author Fringe!
Indie Author Fringe is a three-times a year, online conference for self-publishing authors, brought to you by the Alliance of Independent Authors (ALLi), fringe to the major global publishing fairs.
ALLi brings together the most up-to-date self-publishing education and information available and broadcasts it to authors everywhere.
Running 24 sessions over 24 continuous hours allows our members, and other authors round the globe, to attend some live sessions, no matter where they’re located. (But don’t worry, we don’t expect you to stay up all night! You can always catch up later.)
Over the course of the year, we take authors across all stages of the author-publishing journey: writing, editorial, design, production, distribution, sales, marketing, rights licensing, money matters and living the indie author life.
And thanks to the generosity of our speakers and sponsors, it’s all free.
Here are the dates of primary focus of each event we have schedule for 2017:
Meet the Indie Author Fringe Organisers
Irish indie author, Orna Ross, writes and publishes novels, poetry and the Go Creative! books, broadcast and blog. She is Founder-Director of the Alliance of Independent Authors (ALLi), the online author conference, the The Indie Author Fringe and The Go Creative! Show Each year since 2013, she has been named “one of 100 most influential people in publishing” (The Bookseller).
Tweet her: @ornaross.
David Penny returned to writing fiction after a break of almost 40 years during which he built a successful IT company. He is currently working on a 10-book historical mystery series set in Moorish Spain at the end of the 15th Century. The fourth Thomas Berrington mystery is due for release in 2017.
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Jay is a project manager specialising in content marketing and social media management. She is the Social Media Mentor at WoMentoring, and is the Communication Manager at the Alliance of Independent Authors. She’s a travel writer with Travel Guides and a Travel Memoir in Verse to her name, and is currently working on a 4-part How to Write a Travel guide series.
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