Alternatives to Pronoun: By Sai Marie Johnson – An Indie Author’s Guide to Expanded Distributors & Aggregators for Self-Publishing

Here are some other ways for indie authors to go wide, distributing books, now that Pronoun is closing…

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Pronoun’s Closing:What Now?

written by Sai Marie Johnson



Today the announcement that Pronoun would be closing came as a sudden and unexpected shock to the indie publishing community. I have decided to gather together a list of places that can serve as viable alternatives for the indie author who is seeking for expanding their distribution channels with the easiest methods possible.

Here is a list of some of the great places still available to fulfill this need:

open-book-library-education-read-159621.jpgBookRix – BookRix is a free self publishing platform that offers eBook distribution services to independent writers. Our users can share their writing, connect with other readers, and discover new books and authors – all in one place. We make eBook publishing easy and indie reading fun!

Smashwords – an ebook aggregator providing ebook distribution to all markets except for Amazon/Kindle. SW offers many features and perks, including library distribution…

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What are you writing for 2017 National Novel-Writing Month?

NaNoWriMo 2017 is upon us! November 1st-30th. Perhaps you know all about it. If it’s news to you, check out I’ll be participating.

If you’d like a writing buddy on the NaNoWriMo website, feel free to add me! Here’s how to add a buddy on the NaNoWriMo website. I’m Anna Kander, same name & picture over there as here on WordPress. I’ll look forward to saying hello and checking out your project.

October 2017 is MONSTER MONTH! (prompts calendar for #51writers)

October is MONSTER MONTH at #51writers! Come for the monsters, stay for awesome writers you’ll meet…

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Daily writing prompts for September from #51writers

I host #51writers, a Twitter hashtag for writers. Here’s our calendar for September! We’re having a virtual potluck, celebrating holidays for hats and cheese pizza, and staking out controversial opinions about semicolons… 🙂

Hope to see you there! You can follow @51writers for daily prompts at

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