I am a massive fan of indie-authors and the whole self-publishing/indie author space. So when I had a chance to attend the indie author festival being held in the most picturesque, cute little village in Gloucestershire, how could I not go 😉
The HuLit festival is an independently run book festival in the beautiful village of Hawkesbury Upton which lies on the Cotswold Way and exhibits many of the gorgeous characteristics of a Cotswold village; think chocolate box houses with thatched roofs. With the sun in out in full force, the village looked even more beautiful.
This unique festival is organised by a local resident, author and chief Commissioning editor of Alli’s author Advice Center, Debbie Young. The all-day festival took place last week on 22nd April 2017.
Upon arriving at the beautiful village, I got settled with a cup of hot tea, and a delicious slice (or three) of home-baked cakes. Surrounded by books, authors and incredible workshops, you could say it was my idea of heaven.
The day-long free event consisted of numerous readings and workshops on writing as well as the publishing and business side of running an author business.
Although I wanted to attend every event, I have not yet figured out how to be at two places at the same time, so I had to choose which workshops I could attend.Continue Reading