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Nigel Lee: Press Reset for Disruption

1 min readLulu was developed and launched in 2002 from an office in Morrisville, NC.  A few years later, we relocated to a building that was formerly a tractor dealership near NC State University in Raleigh. In 2016, we moved back to… Continue Reading →

Advice from a Wise Guy

3 min readGuy Kawasaki, one of the most prominent venture capitalists in Silicon Valley, as well as one of the original marketers of Apple, has struck out on his own and self-published a book (which fittingly enough, is about self-publishing). APE: Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur explores… Continue Reading →

A Look Into Publishing Lingo

3 min readPublishing lingo can be tricky. When you’re making the decision about whether to self-publish your work or pursue a traditional publishing house, you may stumble upon some unfamiliar terms. Below we have outlined some of the most commonly used terms… Continue Reading →

Author Feature: Elizabeth Wright

1 min readAuthor of Dear Bob, Dear Betty:  Love and Marriage During the Great Depression

What is a Book?

1 min readIn the past, publishing was a closed system with countless barriers of entry an author had to overcome before they could see their work made public. Lulu empowers a new generation of authors to bring their knowledge and expertise to… Continue Reading →

Author Success Story: “Age of the Indie Author”

2 min readAuthor Greg Prato is a rockstar of journalism, having written articles and reviews for such publications as All Music Guide, Classic Rock Magazine, and Rolling Stone. When the time came for Prato to take his passion for music and writing… Continue Reading →

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