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The Self-Publishing Magazine is a free online resource that aims to educate and inspire prospective and existing indie authors at all stages of the self-publishing process.

We feature regular articles from our expert team of contributors, as well as guest posts from indie authors and other industry insiders. You’re sure to find something that helps and inspires you, regardless of whether you’re new to self-publishing, published but in search of further inspiration or a seasoned indie author who’s keen to try something new.

 

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Who runs the magazine?

The magazine is published by Troubador Publishing Ltd. We have been a major part of the self-publishing market in the UK since 1999, helping authors to publish through our established Matador imprint.

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We welcome contribution suggestions. Self-publishing is renowned for the collective knowledge of its authors; we want to make the most of that. To submit an article or suggest a feature for publication, contact: [email protected]

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The online magazine accepts a limited number of advertisements. For full details and a rate card, contact the Advertising Manager, Wendy Kearns: [email protected]

(The inclusion of advertisements on this magazine’s website does not constitute an endorsement by this magazine. Readers are advised to make their own checks when responding to advertisements.)

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From the editor…

Events season is here. Perhaps you're heading to the Self-Publishing Conference this spring? Literary events are great opportunities for authors to network and learn more about the competition, and the market as a whole.

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We have a packed content schedule lined up throughout spring. Keep an eye out for more in our ‘Back to Basics’ series and some guest posts about interesting industry developments – as well as lots of tips and tricks about writing and indie publishing.

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Indie Pick

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The first in a series of stories about life in a rural England coping with the challenges of the Agricultural Revolution

Tom Norbery’s decision to bring two orphaned children to live at Linmore Hall, changes the life of his son for the better. It does not make his older brother less aggressive, or his mother kinder, but for the first time in his life, Joshua has a friend – someone to talk to, to share his adventures and ambitions with. All he has to do is accept Charlie Cobarne’s little sister as part of the package, which does not seem much to ask.

But Sophie disdains female refinements in favour of masculine hunting pursuits at which she excels. She challenges her brother and Joshua and in so doing, she binds their friendship together… but her continuing presence causes the once strong bond between the young men to become a recipe for misunderstandings.

Changing circumstances force Sophie to conceive a plan. Single minded in her determination to keep them together, Sophie little realises the far-reaching potential consequences if her plans should go awry. Who has the most to lose?

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