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.
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.
In 1988, American writer Robert Fulghum came out with a collection of essays entitled, All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten.
From social media marketing to book jacket design, the business of publishing is full of eye-catching visuals.