Indie author group roundup, week ending 26th January
Welcome to this weeks’ ‘weekly round up’. Featured moderator of the week is Valerie – please pop on over to her profile and say hiya, ask a question, let her know about your favorite book of hers. She loves to talk to other writers and readers!
It’s been a busy week here at IAG HQ, with blog updates and new features for writers that blog for us regularly. Now your profile can include your Amazon page link (after a minimum of one submitted article, you can have a login for the site), and we’ll soon be adding a way to feature up to five books on your profile. All you have to do is create a post for us and the bio and links back are all yours!
This week on the Indie Author Group
We’ve had some amazing questions on the group. Some really good answers too, so do click through and read the comments and add your own!
Rick Gualtieri asked where your sales are split by market.
Isabelle Leroux asks about Songs in Books.
Christina Bates asks if you indent character dialogue.
A discussion on ‘unexpected character moves‘ by Elaine Angelus Kehler
And Do you need an MFA to write? by Peter Bahi
This week on the Blog
We’ve had a fairly quiet week on the blog, but we did launch a whole new column type – the Quick Indie guides to….
Twitter! We’ll be sharing a new one every Friday. Next week is part 1 to the Facebook guide.
This week in the community and beyond
Rachel Thompson says ‘If you’re not reading Indie books, you’re missing out…’
Mark Coker offers predictions for 2014 from Smashwords.
Universal Grammar from Tzarzul Nicolai.
NEW feature – every week we’ll highlight a subgenre community. This week it’s the turn of the Sci-Fi community.
WE’ve got some great sci-fi writers there, who love to talk hard and soft sci-fi, world building, writing and more. Come join in! (all of our groups are featured here)
Find more at The Daily Write.