Jennifer Miller

Jennifer Miller

About Jennifer Miller

Jennifer Miller is the author of the novels The Heart You Carry Home and The Year of the Gadfly.

More From Jennifer Miller

The Property Brothers' Business Empire Depends on One Thing: Their Very Strong Partnership

Drew and Jonathan Scott have conquered the real estate, design, and entertainment worlds. And they know that they're better together.

How The Country's Goofiest Baseball Team Made Millions

The Savannah Bananas' Jesse Cole turned an unloved team into the hottest ticket in town. Now he has a lesson for every CEO who wants to turn a company around: Stop doing what people hate.

How Laid-Off Corporate Workers Are Becoming Free-Thinking Entrepreneurs

What happens when you lose your job in a town where work is scarce? For many, the solution is to become an entrepreneur.
Advertising

Why Radio Host Bobby Bones Ran Negative Ads Against Himself

It's hard to cut through the noise.
Email Newsletters

How This Founder Turned Her Newsletter, Girls' Night In, Into a Full-Time Job

Step one: Identify an underserved audience. Step two: Serve it really well.
Creativity

How 3 College Friends Turned a Blog Into a Thriving Business

What began as a joke in 2011 has become an empire adored by millions.

Entrepreneurs Are Paying Wikipedia Editors to Create Profile Pages

It's technically against Wikipedia's rules. But that hasn't stopped this underground marketplace from thriving.

Want to Get Better at Networking? Think Smaller.

To expand their professional networks, entrepreneurs are seeking smaller and smaller crowds.

How Every Entrepreneur Has Seemingly "Written" A Book

Welcome to the (booming, misunderstood, game-changing, potentially manipulative) business of business books