Debbie Young looks at how easy it is for indie authors to comply with new formatting guidelines that intend to make ebooks more accessible to everyone, particularly those with print disabilities.
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Welcome! We have a lot of great content lined up for you over the next few weeks…
Look out for the latest in our range of articles about #writerslife, in which a selection of self-published authors will give us a snapshot of how they fit writing into their day.
We’re thrilled to announce that ALLi Ambassador and Editor of their Author Advice Centre, Debbie Young, is our newest regular contributor. Her interview about making indie ebooks accessible to all is on our list of upcoming content.
Finally (until next time), keep an eye out for some new video content that we’ll be uploading really soon, too – along with lots more articles. I’ve just selected a few of the highlights!
Commissioning Editor of the Alliance of Independent Authors' (ALLi's) Author Advice Centre, Debbie Young also writes guidebooks for authors, including ALLi's Opening Up To Indie Authors and Sell Your Books!. She's currently writing her debut novel, Best Murder in Show, of which the central character is an aspiring indie author.
She is the founder of the Hawkesbury Upton Literature Festival and Books Editor for Vine Leaves Literary Journal. She is also an ambassador for the children's reading charity, Readathon.