Our community is our heart

When Indie Authors World was in its gestation we knew that we didn’t want to be a company that only provided self-publishing services. From our own experience, we knew that being an independent author could be a lonely way to try to sell books. The idea for a community of supportive, friendly and helpful authors became core to what we aim to achieve with Indie Authors World.

With Calum’s Legacy, we hope that the impact of that community will grow and develop into something that not only helps fellow authors but gives young people a chance to find their voice in a creative way.

Recent blog posts

Our blog features articles of interest to self-published authors or those interested in our self-publishing services. You can see the full archive on our blog page.

Our next event

Sunday 31st March, Waterstones, Sauchiehall St. Glasgow from 1 pm.

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How our authors have been reported in the press.

We encourage our self-published authors to get press coverage. Here are a selection of some of the articles they have had in local and national newspapers.

Dennis McKay in the Press And Journal

Having worked in the madhouse that is the film and television world, author Dennis McKay, known as BD, sought sanity in the oil and gas industry, where he worked for 15 years offshore in the North Sea as a drilling fluids engineer. More…

Stuart Reid in the Daily Record

STUART Reid enjoyed a luxury lifestyle in Dubai – complete with five-bedroom house, pool, maid and flash cars. More…

Tony Franks in the Airdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser

Eddie Doody (writing as Tony Franks) was interviewed by the Airdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser about his book, and his decision to use the pen name Tony Franks in memory of his two brothers. We’ll post a link as soon as it goes online.