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Guest Post: 3 Writing Tools to Ease Your Author Woes

Many writers are missing out on powerful opportunities provided by writing tools. While widely-known tools like Google Docs are fine for many, a range of options exist packed with features that can assist and improve the writing process. So how… Continue Reading →

Book Reviews: An overlooked path to Author Success

Imagine this scenario: You’re browsing through Goodreads, looking for a book to keep you entertained this weekend. You’re in the lists, under the Sci-Fi tags, checking out Best Steampunk Books. You could just go with the top of the list,… Continue Reading →

Guest Blog: 5 Reasons why making a book which HELPS PEOPLE is the best thing you’ll ever do.

  My name’s Lorenzo Etherington, I’m a professional comic book artist, and long-time dedicated Lulu creator. I work as one half of The Etherington Brothers, a comic making sibling team with a client list which includes all of these folks:… Continue Reading →

Lulu’s picks for Anyone on your list!

  We all have that one friend or family member you never know what to get for the holidays. Or maybe you got roped into one of those White Elephant Christmas parties and you don’t know what to bring. Well… Continue Reading →

30 Days to a Book – Post NaNoWriMo wrap up [bonus: Coupon]

  November is over! I hope everyone had a fun and productive month with your novel projects. I have to start this post by patting myself on the back just a little. This is the fourth year I’ve signed up… Continue Reading →

Book Expo America 2012: Three Authors and 36 Million Reasons to Meet Them

Lulu is headed to Book Expo America (BEA), one of the largest publishing events in the world, next week, but we’re not going alone.  Three of our very own authors will be on site June 5th – 7th signing free… Continue Reading →

CAMEX Recap – Bringing the Power of One-Stop Publishing to College Communities

Lulu was at the Campus Market Expo (CAMEX) March 2-6th this week and boy did we have a great time. It was our first year at the event and since we were partnered with the National Association of College Stores… Continue Reading →

Lulu.com – Number 1 in eBooks

2011 was an exciting year for independent publishing – new technology, devices and formats are changing the way people create and consume content. By far the stand out this year happened in the eBooks space. Creators published a stunning 115,517… Continue Reading →

From the Vault: More Social Networking Sites for Authors

There are number of other websites and tools besides Twitter, FaceBook, and Google+ that are ideal for establishing relationships online. Many of these sites allow writers to find a highly targeted segment of Internet users to share ideas and get… Continue Reading →

Winners of the Lulu Short Story Contest Announced!

Wow. We just can’t get over how many truly remarkable stories we received for the first ever Lulu Short Story Contest. Our panel of 25 judges carefully read through the 2000+ submissions, picked their favorite, then read it out loud… Continue Reading →

Be Bigger Than Your Book: Author Spotlight with Jeff Taylor

Jeff Taylor is a marketing genius with a heart of gold. Having worked as a channel marketer for several top-tier companies such as Nortel and iContact over the years – Taylor started noticing a lot of common trends across all… Continue Reading →

Self-Publishing: A New “Direct Democracy” with Stephen Stark

Stephen Stark is a master composer. Instead of musical notes or instruments, Stark uses words and their natural rhythm to write award winning works that read as smoothly as listening to a classical concerto. You may recognize Stark’s name from… Continue Reading →

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