So this just happened. Self-publishing UK authors have been waiting ages for Amazon to let us run ads in the UK Amazon store. For ages now, the only way to run an ad on Amazon has been to use Amazon Advertising (formerly known as Amazon Marketing Services or AMS) and that means we indie authors […]
David Wake has got to grips with the Big Createspace Switcheroo. Here’s how he did it… I suspect most indie authors have a soft spot for Createspace. It’s the first outlet most people used to generate a paperback book. Ebooks feel virtual and imaginary, a book is a solid thing and Createspace gave us that. […]
Andy Conway hits out at the companies charging a fortune for ‘self-publishing services’ and tells a sell-out crowd at the Wolverhampton Literature Festival how to publish for free in three simple steps.
Want to turn your Word file into an ebook to publish on Kindle, iBooks, Kobo and every online bookshop in the world? Indie authors Andy Conway and David Wake reveal how you can publish in three simple steps in this lively, hands-on workshop. Come with a Word file, leave with an ebook… Tuesday 12 June […]
More from our talk at the Tamworth Literature Festival. In Part 2 (of three videos) Andrew Sparke, Andy Conway and David Wake talk about: – How to define indie-publishing – How to make strangers buy your book – How Amazon levelled the publishing playing field – How ‘Punk Publishing’ is full of personal experience – […]
Ahead of the launch of the book PUNK PUBLISHING, Andrew Sparke interviews Andy Conway and David Wake at the Tamworth Literature Festival. In Part 1 (of three videos) they talk about: – How Andy and David started out self-publishing – How independent publishing is taking over – The DIY punk ethic – How to publish […]
Yes, it’s finally out. PUNK PUBLISHING – How self-publishing indie authors took over the book world and how you can do it too… hit Amazon stores around the world over the weekend. Get your hands on the indispensable guide to indie publishing. Just click right here:
Ahead of the launch of Punk Publishing – a DIY Guide, here’s the first chapter………………………. The punk revolution In January 1977, a little-known punk fanzine called Sideburns published the now famous Three chords – Now form a band image you see here. What has this got to do with self-publishing? Well, we’re going to teach […]