Category Archives: Author

Q&A with Director of Edinburgh Book Festival Nick Barley

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We spoke to Nick Barley, director of the Edinburgh International Book Festival, visiting lecturer at Edinburgh Napier University and President of the Word Alliance – an international network of the world’s leading literary festivals. He shed some light on how one goes about planning a literary festival of this scale, the importance of highlighting translation and the effect digital natives have on the festival.

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Author Tipsheet: Ben Galley

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We asked Ben Galley, author and self-publishing consultant, for some author marketing best practices. Read on for practical advice from a self-publishing veteran with a loyal following and a thriving writing career. If you like Ben’s tips but want to take things a step further with one-on-one support from the man himself, get in touch by emailing info@wearewhitefox.com.

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Q&A with Lambda Programme Director William Johnson

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We interviewed William Johnson, Programme Director of Lambda Literary, a New York based organisation committed to promoting and supporting LGBTQ lives within the literary world. He spoke to us about the importance of LGBTQ representation in literature, the value of the Lambda’s Writing Retreat and the ways in which LGBTQ people outside of London and New York can get support for their writing.

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On the successes of two self-published health books

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Although it may be a little early to start predicting hard and fast trends, the recent successes of two to all intents and purposes self-published health books may be highlighting an interesting phenomenon. Anxiety Rebalance by Carl Vernon made the overall Amazon UK bestseller list last month and is still hanging in and around the top 20. Learn to Live by Mats and Susan Billmark stayed on the top of the Swedish bestseller list for weeks last year and its English release looks to be following suit.

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