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.
It’s 11:30 on a Monday night and there you are, curled up in your down comforter, staring at your bleak blog stats.
We here at Wise Ink know that the Internet has the ability to empower and motivate authors through the ups and downs of publishing.
Most of us are willing to admit we’ve acquired some quirks as a result of our upbringings—thanks, mom and dad!
Indie and traditionally-pubbed authors who make their own audiobooks are often focusing so much on the production that when they finally have their audiobook in their (figurative) hands, they’re lost.
It takes great writing and an eye-catching cover to blend in with high-budget, traditionally published books, to be sure.