Lulu Around the Web

Every week we like to take some time to listen to what people are saying about Lulu.  We love hearing from our authors, creators and customers because they help us to get even better at what we do.  Here’s what we’ve found this past week:

  • Toronto-born photographer Nigel Brighton got some PR when he chose to publish his new book “Beauty from Within” with Lulu.  His book is a compilation of his work with models in the beauty industry over the past 15 years.
  • Cindy Bauer, a highly-rated Lulu author herself, wrote a great article for Visual Arts Junction on how to format your manuscript.  A great resource for anyone interested in writing or publishing.
  • Gayle Crabtree used Lulu to make a photo book as a Valentine’s Day gift for her husband, and reveiewed her experience on her blog.  She found our process easy and simple, and was impressed with the print quality of her photo book.  Best of all, her hubby loved it!
  • Sandra over at Infinite Worlds of Fantasy Authors was a fan of our President’s Day sale.  You can find one of her stories in the adventure-oriented fantasy magazine Winter’s Night.  Check it out and let us know what you think.

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  1. For quite some time I had tossed around the idea of self publishing a book of my artwork. I have been an art teacher, a gallery artist, and an illustrator for the past twenty years and felt that people really do not know me. I spent a couple of months compiling my artwork and writing my text and with the Lulu templates was able to publish my book very quickly. My local library has purchased a copy and I am getting some recognition from my local community and other venues. I really think that ALL artist’s should have a book about thier artwork. Do not wait for someone else to write it about you, no one knows you and your art better than you do! My hardback book is so beautiful and everyone I show it to falls in love with it.