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Your First Wedding Anniversary: The Gift of Paper

3 min readAn anniversary is a special milestone in any relationship, but your first wedding anniversary is often one of the most memorable. Your first year as a married couple will become the first chapters in the story of your life together…. Continue Reading →

DIY doesn’t mean you have to do it all by yourself

2 min readLulu introduced do-it-yourself, online publishing in 2002. Since then over one million authors have self-published their books using Lulu’s free tools to print and distribute their work around the world. That makes it sound easy, but when I think of… Continue Reading →

Write to Write. Edit to Perfect. Format to Publish.

3 min readWriting your story, whether it’s a work of the wildest fiction, historic non-fiction or an educational text, is a tremendous investment of time and energy. Just compiling and organizing your thoughts, carefully linking together words and phrases, and fastidiously editing… Continue Reading →

Keep that NaNoWriMo Inspiration Alive

3 min readNovember has come and gone, but what are you planning to do with that manuscript you started for NaNoWriMo 2016? For those who don’t know, National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo, is a “competition, challenging writers to buckle down and… Continue Reading →

Last Minute Gifts: No Wrapping Required

1 min readMiss someone on your shopping list? Did someone get promoted from naughty to nice? Worried your order won’t arrive in time? A little late finishing up your book or calendar? We’ve got you covered. From now through December 26th you… Continue Reading →

2016 Best Gifts: Family Cookbooks

3 min readFood sustains us both physically and spiritually. Food is not just fuel to keep the body going – it’s love, friendship, family, memory, comfort, home – it’s life. Whether I am preparing something just for me, cooking for my partner,… Continue Reading →

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