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.
“Discoverability” is the hottest topic at any trade show or writers’ conference and gets dedicated at least a dozen blog posts a day on the internet; but it seems that no one has cracked it, really.
Good news, indie authors: you too can feel like Beyoncé when promoting your new book by going on a world-wide tour—a World Wide Web tour, that is.
It’s 11:30 on a Monday night and there you are, curled up in your down comforter, staring at your bleak blog stats.
After choosing from nearly ten interested agents, my YA novel was headed to a dozen editors at all the best publishing houses.
“Whether or not you get a single word on paper, the sun will rise, the earth will spin, the universe will expand.