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Whatever the reason for choosing to publish independently, once you have made the decision to do so, you will be presented with a bewildering diversity of options, offers, packages and deals. Confusing times for all but the most experienced and, even then, the number of choices is growing. Choice is a good thing, if you really know what is on offer.

Last 500 years, next few months.

Exploring the dynamic evolution of publishing, this article delves into the rising prominence and relevance of indie authors in today’s literary landscape.

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Driving sales with a website.

The pivotal role of a professionally designed website in enhancing self-publishing authors’ visibility, sales, and cultivating dedicated readerships in today’s digital age.

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So much advice! Don’t panic.

Amidst a sea of conflicting self-publishing advice, this article offers insights on tailoring strategies to individual strengths for effective book promotion.

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What kind of indie-publisher are you?

Highlighting the evolving identity of indie-publishers, this article delves into the blurred lines between self-publishing and traditional publishing in today’s literary landscape.

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10,000 books sold in four months.

One author’s transformative journey from modest sales to becoming Amazon’s No.1 Bestselling Author underscores the pivotal role of impactful cover design in book success.

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Longevity fuels book sales.

Exploring the power of longevity in literature, this article examines how consistent author output can significantly boost book sales and reader loyalty.

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Self-publishing: What does it mean?

Tracing self-publishing’s deep roots, this piece examines its transformative journey from historical endeavours to its powerful influence in today’s literary world.

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You are not alone.

The meteoric rise of self-publishing: This article highlights its dominance in the market and the unparalleled support from Spiffing Publishing.

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Successful authors do it this way round.

Prioritizing perfecting your book’s quality before diving into marketing, will ensure a solid foundation for long-term recognition and success.

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Who is your super-fan?

As a writer, where do you position yourself in terms of genre, and is it even important to know? There are traditional genres which everyone knows such as romance, sci-fi, crime fiction, chick-lit, historical, etc. But there are also more nuanced and emerging sub-genres such as crime-fantasy, quiet horror, eco-thriller, zombie romance, slipstream, low fantasy, hard…

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