While the doors to New York’s top publishing houses may have been closed for business on Saturday, indie authors were still working.
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A recent analysis by Bowker, whose Identifier Services is the official U.S. ISBN agency, found that the number of ISBNs associated with self-published books climbed 437% between 2008 and 2013.
MON, OCT 20, 2014 12:49 EST Lulu.com helped define modern publish-on-demand services. In my mind, they did define them; I remember printing my first photobook and sending it to Lulu to be sent back, spiral-bound. I was amazed. I had essentially put together a small markup language (DSL, or Domain Specific Language, even), processed it … Continue reading Opensource.com: Lulu founder on the invention of the self-publishing business
The number of self-published titles in 2013 increased to more than 458,564, up 17 per cent over 2012 and some 437 per cent over 2008, according to an analysis of U.S. ISBN data by ProQuest affiliate Bowker.
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Lulu.com , the pioneer in independent publishing, today announced an upcoming webinar series designed to help writers become published authors by demonstrating proven techniques for marketing and selling their creations.
Lulu , the pioneer in independent publishing, today announced it has teamed up with Bridgeport National Bindery (BNB) to launch the Future Authors Program. With the mission of improving students’ writing and reading skills while building self-esteem, the first-of-its-kind program is being piloted in Agawam, MA with a group of 300 eighth grade students, each of whom write a 24-page book.
Lulu, the pioneer in independent publishing, today announced its entrance into the children’s activity industry with the launch of Lulu Jr.