I've been a book editor for 20 years now, and lots of my author clients have been published in the mainstream and independently. One of them, William Craig, wrote a memoir that has received acclaim on the cover of Publisher's Weekly, September 3rd edition. The title is Inventing Oneself, about a man whose immigrant father worked as a chauffeur when he came to the US, and whose son worked his way up in the banking industry in Philadelphia and Boston. At the end of his career he formed a company that bought and sold distressed banks with no money down, applying his knowledge to secure his and his family's future. Mesmerizing!