Book Report: Self-publishing: Its pros and cons
I'm the last person to claim I've ever been on the cutting edge of anything -- until now.
Thirty years ago, I wrote a little book. I created a publishing company. My wife drew its logo on a wet cocktail napkin. I hired a printer and my first book came out.
It was called "Wisconsin Life Trip," supposedly an answer to Michael Lesey's weird bestseller, "Wisconsin Death Trip."