The Complete Library of Entrepreneurial Wisdom with over 150, power-packed, articles to choose from, the busy entrepreneur has at their fingertips, bite-sized training lessons to help them on their success journey. It covers business basics, including how to and how not to start your business; marketing; marketing design, which is a topic rarely covered; writing, which covers technical, practical, as well as, marketing aspects to writing; and life reflections, such as planning for emergencies and disasters—both natural and man-made.
There is so much information packed into this book that it could well be the only book on core business issues that you will ever need.
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About Ginger Marks
In 2005, Ginger completed her first business book, Presentational Skills for the Next Generation. Soon after which, she established her publishing company, DocUmeant Publishing. She is an award winning publisher and internationally known designer. Ginger is the CEO and Founder of CALOMAR, LLC which is the parent company to three successful businesses, DocUmeant.net, DocUmeant Designs, and DocUmeant Publishing. In 2013 she was named by Covington Who’s Who as Entrepreneur of the Year and her design firm is among the Highest Rated firms at DesignFirms.org which lists over 20,000 designers, developers & marketing professionals.
DocUmeant.net offers editing and writing services; DocUmeantDesigns.com, as you would guess, focuses on designs ranging from websites to book covers & layouts to buttons and business stationary needs; while DocUmeantPublishing.com’s focus was begun with the self-published author in mind.
During her entrepreneurial career she has owned and operated a surgical clinic, a bar-b-que restaurant, and held several sales positions including that as a License Financial Advisor. This experience is what enables her to speak on various aspects of business ownership.
Ginger is a member of DesignFirms, AAPS (Association of Authors and Publishers), IBPA (International Book Publishers Association), DBW (Digital Book World), and FAPA (Florida Authors and Publishers Association). In 2012 she was awarded VIP membership to Covington Who’s Who and her publishing company, DocUmeant Publishing, was awarded the 2012 New York Award in the Publishing Consultants & Services category by the U.S. Commerce Association (USCA).
Currently she resides in Clearwater, Florida with her husband Philip who works beside her as her copy editor.
You can visit her website at Ginger Marks’ Books
Why Book Covers Are Important
As a publisher and designer let me answer this question with a question. When was the last time you purchased a book without first looking at the title and then the cover? I dare to say we all go through this process in our selection for purchase of reading material.
If you are so influenced by books cover design, what makes you think your potential reader won’t be? As human beings, we all tend to gravitate to beauty. However, beauty in book cover design should not be for overall appearance only.
Whether you design your own cover or hire a professional designer to do so, your end result must be a cover that not only exudes the storyline but further appeals to your reader and their preferences. For example, if you prefer orange but your prospective reader or expects or prefers green would you not do better to use some green on your cover?
You will find some very helpful tips to assist you further in Complete Library of Entrepreneurial Wisdom in the section on design. Besides being filled with excellent advice in my book you will also find an article that you won’t want to miss titled, “22 Design Tips for the Non-Designer”.