Confused about self publishing? Looking to improve your indie author business?
An amazing opportunity to network with authors, publishers, editors, cover designers, and book marketers, as well as a chance to extend your indie publishing knowledge and skills.
Join our workshop sessions and panel discussions led by rising stars of self publishing.
Discussions and Q&A sessions with our guest indie authors
Workshops covering all aspects of writing, indie publishing and book marketing
Books and other goodies from indie authors and indie publishers
Venue: Kirkgate Centre, Shipley, West Yorkshire, UK | Date: Saturday 14th November 2020
Full Day Tickets: £20 each
Sacha Black is a bestselling and competition winning author, developmental editor and writing coach. She writes books about people with magical powers and other books about the art of writing.
Duncan P. Bradshaw is terrible with longsword, a liability with a morning star and the less said about his archery skills, the better. His stories contain weird wyrds, where he takes convention and snaps it in twain over his knapsack stick!
Meg Cowley is a USA Today Bestselling fantasy author from Yorkshire, England. Since 2017, she has been a full-time writer and sold approximately 125,000 books worldwide.
Katie Forrest is a proud indie author, lawyer and time management geek. She writes about productivity as well as juggling two genre fiction pen names.
Caroline Goldsworthy has a BA in Spanish Language and Linguistics and won a full scholarship for an MA in Language Acquisition. Her debut novel Tangent, was shortlisted in 2019 for The Selfies Award.
Jodie spent her early life near Lichfield before settling in the valleys of West Yorkshire. As well as writing, Jodie enjoys trying her hand at all kinds of crafts. Her existing work includes her debut novel, Sorceress Of Truth, and a short story, Envy.
Alison Ingleby is a USA Today bestselling author of sci-fi and fantasy fiction. She loves writing cross-genre books featuring complex characters, twisting plots and fast-paced action with a dash of romance.
J.R. Park runs the Sinister Horror Company, an independent publisher that has been running for five years. His book Punch has recently been optioned for film, and he has worked on films himself as a writer, assistant director and actor.
Growing up, Ken Preston never wanted a proper job, and now he sits in his cellar and writes novels. He is the author of horror/crime mashup the Joe Coffin series and YA adventure series Planet of the Dinosaurs.
Indie authors Angeline and Holly discuss their adventures in self publishing and fantasy worldbuilding. Episodes every Monday, juggled around their limited child-free time.
David Wake started out writing for theatre, winning awards and taking shows to the Edinburgh Fringe. He chaired the Birmingham Science Fiction and Fantasy Society, and has been a guest of honour at SF conventions ArmadaCon and Redemption.
Dion Winton-Polak started out as a reviewer and podcaster on the Geek Syndicate network, then switched track to work on a couple of fun small-press anthologies. These days Dion spends his time helping authors to shine, with his freelance editing business: The Fine-toothed Comb.
Full Day Tickets: £20 each
The full schedule for the day is now available.
J.D. Groom - jdgroom.com
Duncan P. Bradshaw - duncanpbradshaw.co.uk
Julia Scott - juliascottwrites.com
Keith Hoare - keithhoare.com
Ken Preston - kenpreston.co.uk
Sinister Horror Company - sinisterhorrorcompany.com
J.R. Park - jrparkemail.wixsite.com/justinpark
Debbie Ioanna - debbie-ioanna-author.blog
H.B. Lyne - hblyne.com
Angeline Trevena - angelinetrevena.co.uk
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