1. It occupies your every thought.
Being an author has become so much more than just being able to write a good book, especially in the indie publishing world.
Here we are, trapped behind our laptops, just trying to transmute our vast, disorganized thoughts into legible English.
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.
If you are the least bit tech savvy in your book reading (or writing), you’ve probably heard that Kindle Unlimited is changing.
When it comes to deciding whether to publish traditionally or go indie, there are a lot of things to keep in mind.
This past weekend, Laura, a member of the Wise Ink team, attended the DFW Writer’s Conference outside of Fort Worth, Texas.
Most of us are not statisticians (if you are, kudos) and yet part of being an authorpreneur is understanding the business side of publishing.
Best-selling author James Patterson recently pledged $1 million dollars of his own money to independent bookstores all over the country.