Looking for Maven Publishing? See our news »

Usually when people contact me for the first time, they are excited about the prospect of having a book, but they are also nervous. One of the most common comments I hear is, “I don’t even know what to ask yet.” That’s normal. Publishing a book is not an everyday experience for most people, so I don’t expect new clients to know what they need. That’s my job.

Continue reading our article published in Businessing Magazine

Reader Interactions

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

We'll share your story. Ready to get started?

Get Started

Latest from the blog

For the Love of Sport: How this San Diego Sporting Event Logistics Company was Founded

Cameron Ungar is the founder of Stylehawk Event Services, a San Diego-based turnkey events operations company. If you’re planning a large event, be it a soccer tournament, a cheerleading competition, or a CrossFit contest, Stylehawk has the resources to help you find the perfect venue, and to make sure each detail of the event is… Read more about For the Love of Sport: How this San Diego Sporting Event Logistics Company was Founded

Success Quotes That Can Be Game Changers for Small Business Owners

We all hit rough patches in business. Small business owners—you know what I’m talking about. Maybe a product launch isn’t as successful as you’d hoped it would be. Maybe you’re seeing a lull in customer traffic for some reason. Maybe you’ve lost one of your key employees. Maybe you’re just burned out and need a… Read more about Success Quotes That Can Be Game Changers for Small Business Owners