If you’ve been riding the self-publishing wagon for some time, you may be familiar with the eBook distribution service Pronoun.
Sometimes, you’ll have people follow you on social media who are in no way familiar with your books.
By Michael Voss and Jennifer Rock Nearly three years ago, we left our perfectly comfortable jobs in one of Minneapolis’s largest companies to take the ultimate leap: finishing our debut novel.
So you’re thinking: writing a book, getting published, being a successful author—all easy so long as you’re a good writer and have the right hook ups, correct?
Being an author has become so much more than just being able to write a good book, especially in the indie publishing world.
When you’re an authorpreneur, it’s tempting to get involved in the nitty-gritty of the everyday realities of running your book business.