It took me awhile, but I got my act together in making a print copy of Expansion Expression. After my exciting divorce with Amazon, I decided to try new things with medium. Yada yada. I bound my own book. I pimped out my e copy. Who cares? It’s very froo-froo. What’s the basic version of this freedom?
That’s where I went looking. I still wanted simple print copies of the series to put on my shelf/shrine. That used to be CreateSpace….I was thinking about using again, but I reconsidered. It’s a time for change. So I went looking for different print on-demand services. Various articles and short videos were watched to figure out which service was one that I was going to try. This piece, a breakdown of four major POD services, was very helpful.
I ended up with Lulu because:
- No ISBN required. The idea of getting another CreateSpace ISBN for something private was distasteful.
- Could do 1 batch and configure the distribution settings so it was either direct/private.
- Heard positive things about quality in the past.
And so I tried to make a print version of Expansion Expression with Lulu.
The process was kind of icky. …