Category 20BooksLondon

Are you a healthy author?

I’ve noticed quite a lot of posts on this topic this year, and I think the subject deserves plenty of attention. Being an author is, for the most part, a sedentary occupation (not to mention solitary!) which can cause plenty of health issues. I chose today to talk about this because I was prompted by […]

#20BooksLondon – notes about email lists

This might be my final post from 20BooksLondon (I will look over my remaining notes and see what I can decipher to see if any of them might make a useful post). There were lots of fantastic sessions where I didn’t feel the need to take notes, and this one is as much a reminder […]

4 steps to writing your Amazon book blurb – notes from #20BooksLondon

Sharing a bit more of what I learned at 20BooksLondon, here is a resume of the notes I took on blurb writing. Now I’m fairly confident about my blurb writing ability, but I’m very aware in this industry things change – what works this week doesn’t next (especially in marketing), so any of the latest […]

#20BooksLondon – World building with a difference #publishing

When I was trying to figure out what to share first about the lessons I learned at the 20Books conference, I decided the best thing would be to talk about the one thing I didn’t take notes on before I forget! I didn’t take notes because this is never going to be me (I think), […]

#20bookslondon – the UK’s 20booksto50K #writers conference

It’s been a couple of years since I last went to a writer’s conference, and all those I attended focussed for the most part on improving craft and how to land a traditional contract. 20books is by and for indie authors – if you ever get the chance to go to one, grab it with […]