Indie Fringe conference is all about Running An Indie Author Business

The final Indie Author Fringe online conference of the year is taking place on Saturday, October 14 and has the theme of running an indie author business with 24 hours of self-publishing sessions.

The conference is timed to coincide with the Frankfurt Book Fair and follows two events earlier this year which tied in with the London Book Fair and the US Book Expo.

The conferences are run by the Alliance of Independent Authors (ALLi) and the speakers so far announced include:

Joanna Penn

Business for Authors: How to be an Author Entrepreneur

Kristine Katherine Rusch

What Does it Take to Succeed in the Business of Books?

Dean Wesley Smith

What Does it Take to Succeed in the Business of Books?

Mark Dawson

Seven New Trends in Digital Book Advertising for Authors

Stephanie Chandler

The Profitable Author: Revenue Streams to Grow Your Publishing Business

Orna Ross

Create More, Create Faster,
Create Better

Adam Croft

BookBub Ads
for Beginners

Jay Artale

How to be a Part-time Author and Get Full-time Results

Ian Sutherland

The Economics of Audiobooks:
Author Case Studies

David Penny

The Evolution of Tools for Authors: Part One: For Kindlepreneurs

More speakers are being added to the programme.

The Alliance of Independent Authors organises the Indie Author Fringe series and this conference will run continuously over 24 hours but you can watch any or all of the sessions later.

You can find out more about the Indie Author Fringe conference and register for the event at the Alliance of Independent Authors website.

The Indie Author Fringe is sponsored by Ingram Spark (gold sponsor) and Type & Tell (session sponsor).

Also on the Alliance of Independent Authors website you can find:

You can also tune into the Fringe Highlights Podcast to listen to some of the sessions.