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Self-Publishing Conference Preview 2018

As readers of this blog will know, the Self-Publishing Magazine is all about offering the best advice to self-publishers to help them make the best publishing choices for and to get the best possible results from producing their work. For the past 4 years, the Self-Publishing Magazine has been associated with the Self-Publishing Conference, a one day event aimed at all indie authors and publishers, and this year we are pleased to be involved once again with the event. The 6th Self-Publishing Conference takes place in Leicester (UK) on Saturday 28th April and offers a wide range of workshops...

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Writing Rituals

The Noirwich Crime Writing Festival is an annual celebration bringing together superstar crime authors, exciting new talent and fans of all things crime fiction. This year it took place in mid-september and some of the great crime writers who appeared have shared their top writing rituals with us. Stella Duffy, author of London Lies Beneath – ‘Sit down, do the work.’ Imran Mahmood, author of You Don’t Know Me – ‘I have to be able to write at the drop of a hat anywhere I happen to be – so I can’t afford rituals!’ Karen Maitland, author of The...

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From the editor…

With a new year come new opportunities to find out about or enhance work on your self-publishing project. One of the best ways of doing this is by attending events where you can met and discuss your own work with like-minded individuals. The spring sees both the 'Self-Publishing Conference' and the London Book Fair, both great events at which to broaden your knowledge of self-publishing.


Details of the 2018 Self-Publishing Conference are given on this website, which is again pleased to be one of the event's sponsors. We always receive great feedback from the event, which is why we are happy to support it once again.

In the next few months we will be altering the way that this magazine reaches readers, so watch this space!

Indie Pick


Held to Ransom – Book 3 in the Linmore Series by Jemima Brigges.

Joshua Norbery vowed never to marry for money, but is forced to accept the unthinkable; when he learns that a mortgage taken out on his family estate has been acquired by the bride’s father. The only way to regain it is to provide a son as heir to his father-in-law’s business empire.

Arthur Bradstone uses the threat of losing Linmore to ensure Joshua’s compliance, but no one seems to have told Joshua’s wife of the part that she is required to play.

Hardly has Joshua overcome the initial difficulties in his marriage, than shadows from his past threaten to tear it apart...

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