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#IndieChat- The IndieReCon Team Joins us to Discuss this Year’s Events

by Bibliocrunch •  February 20, 2014  •   Follow

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This week on #indiechat Shelli Johannes @SRJohannes, Ali Cross @Ali_Cross, and the rest of the #indierecon team will be talking about the self-pub online free conference called #indierecon.


IndieReCon 2014, in its second year, is a free online writer’s conference dedicated to indie publishing. Last year with over 10,000 visitors, IndieReCon was awesome with chats and giveaways and days of helpful and pertinent information. This year promises to be even bigger and better!

This chat will give authors a chance to get all of their questions answered by experts in the self-pub business. It will also give participants some insight as to what expect this year from #indierecon.




Every week we host #indiechat. We invite industry experts and authors to discuss and share tips on the indie and publishing landscape. #Indiechat is held every Tuesday at 9pm EST. You can check out our previous chat logs on BiblioCrunch Storify.

Your first #indiechat? We have instructions on how to join here. 


About IndieReCon 2014:

To kick off this year’s IndieReCon, keynote speakers, Barry Eisler and Joe Konrath, will host a 2-hour chat to talk about The Evolving Indie Industry and Standing out in the Pile followed by a Q&A of participant’s questions.

Participants will also discover insider secrets from representatives of Amazon, Kobo, Smashwords and Goodreads, and learn how to write fast, try your hand at serials, work with other authors to maximize your marketing efforts and much, much more. Like last year, there will once again be tons of contests and giveaways, including two KOBO eReaders!

Not to mention, it’s a great place to network, connect and have a lot of fun. Click here for the top 15 reasons on why you should register.

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