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Announcing Lulu’s May Author Sales Contest

May Contest Results Update:

We apologize for the delay in announcing the official results for the May Author Sales Contest. Although most of the contest winners have already been notified, we are still confirming the official results for our 3rd place winner. Once these results have been fully verified we will officially announce our winners, we expect within the next couple of days.

Thank you for your patience and your continued participation in our Lulu author sales contests.


May Contest Standings Update:  05/19/09

Here’s a look at the top-selling authors as of May 17th, 2009.  We’ll be updating the standings regularly before the winners are officially announced on June 15, 2009.  Be sure to keep checking back!

1. Swords & Wizardry
2. Carolyn Vance
3. Garrett Thompson
4. Bill Misner
5. Kara Louise
6. Freya Ashby
7. Rena Klingenberg
8. Richard Mulligan
9. Timothy Chou
10. Sherry Santos

There is still plenty of time to enter and stake your claim to $2,750 in prize money. Remember, we’re offering a $1,500 cash 1st place prize, a $750 cash 2nd place prize and a $500 cash 3rd place prize for this month’s top-selling authors.




Back by popular demand, we’re rolling out this month’s Author Sales Contest to include all categories!  The rules are the same, who ever sells the most, wins.

The three highest selling authors in May will receive $1,500, $750 and $500 respectively, with the top three titles (and a few honorable mentions) highlighted on the site and Lulu newsletter. As an added bonus, the first place winner will also be treated to an exclusive interview posted prominently here, in our very own Lulu blog. Click here to see March’s winners.

To enter the contest you must register through the entry form on the Author Sales Contest page.  Registration is open now through the end of May.  For more information head on over to the contest page and sign up.

Good luck everyone!


Fight On! The March Sales Contest Winner

Fight On MagazineIgnatius Umlaut, the winner of the March Sales Contest was kind enough to take the time to conduct an interview with me via email this week. If you are a author, or want to be one, be sure to head over to the monthly contest page and sign up.

Tell us a bit about yourself and Fight On!

Certainly. I teach at a university and have a family; fantasy roleplaying is my main hobby. I started playing RPGs back in grade school in the seventies and have more or less been going ever since.

Fight On! is a fan magazine that celebrates and tries to pick up from those early days of the hobby, modeled loosely on classic FRP magazines like Dragon and Alarums & Excursions. Our focus is on old-school fantasy roleplaying games, especially in the style that developed around the original Dungeons and Dragons rules in the seventies and early eighties (Empire of the Petal Throne, Thieves’ Guild, Arduin, Runequest, AD&D, Tunnels & Trolls, Fantasy Trip, Dragon Warriors, and many others). Today games like Labyrinth Lord, Swords & Wizardry, Encounter Critical, Mutant Future, Forward: to Adventure, Mazes & Minotaurs, Spellcraft & Swordplay, and many others carry this tradition forward – several of these games sell on, I might add! We try to give people tools they can use in their games and encourage a do-it-yourself, make-your-own-fantasy kind of approach to roleplaying in general.

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Author Sales Contest Update – Top 10

Our first ever Lulu Author Sales Contest is in the home stretch. There are still a couple days remaining, so anything can happen.

Here’s a look at the top-selling authors as of March 29, 2009.  This will be the last update we provide until April 15th, when the winners will be announced. Be sure to check back then!

Top 10

1). NHRA Publications
2 ). Ignatius Umlaut
3 ). Tyler Johnson
4 ). Johnna Parr
5 ). Swords and Wizardry
6 ). Kay Harms
7 ). Church Music Association of America
8 ). Mike Beno
9 ). Lynne & Shawn Mitchell
10). Franc Tireur

Remember, the contest is for sales spanning from March 1 – March 31, 2009. So even if you’ve registered after March 1st, we’ll count your total sales throughout the month.

If you haven’t already registered, check out the Author Sales Contest now for more details.

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