Monday, May 11, 2009

A Lulu of a tale


Did you know you can self publish books on a site called Lulu It is a print on demand company, so it is free. You can create and publish your own paperbacks, hardcovers, photobooks, calendars, cookbooks and more. You will have to promote them of course, but what fun ! I am currently working on three pieces of my own, a childrens book, a tongue in cheek murder mystery, and a coffee table book of victorian women and horses with quotes and poetry. I'll post again with more detail on them when they are finished. Check the site out and create your own family photo book, that novel you always said you would write, or whatever story you were born to tell. Go, go now - get off of here and tell your lulu of a tale !!!

7 comments:

  1. Very cool! Love that photos. I would love to make a children's book someday.

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  2. Thank you for the tip...I especially look forward to seeing your Victorian book!

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  3. I've heard of Lulu before--just need time to get something literary together! I'd definitely be interested in what you come up with! :)

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  4. Oh YOU!! This is exactly what I have been wanting...I have a smaller handy booklet in mind..THANKS!
    KacyK
    I am intersted in your wrtings as well~

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  5. My sister would be so into doing this! She has wanted to publish a book since she was a young girl! I would also, but am not a good writer!
    Thank you for stopping by my blog! I am going to have to go check out your Etsy shop!

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  6. Found your site from a comment left at Victoria's regarding Pepper. This is a great blog. Love your photographs and what you have to say. Thanks for the tip "lulu."

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  7. Good luck with the books they sound wonderful, I love the vintage pictures, they will be winners for sure.
    I've often thought of trying to do similiar, but never been brave enough yet.
    Thank you so much for the caring thoughts you left about my dear Poppy, I appreciated them, and cling on to the wisdom. Lindax

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