Who offers their work at Lulu?

10 years ago | Janoda (Member)

I'm doing another little promotion project, and I need to know who publishes there work on Lulu. It would be neat if those who do, could publish the direct link to the works they are offering there.
EDIT: Sorry, need the product ID, not the link! To be safe, add the exact title too :p

And yes you're smelling free advertising :p
For those worried that they are missing out on that, I'm promoting the WFG too :p

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  1. S.A. Hunter (Moderator)

    Posted 10 years ago

    Janoda,

    I don't know what you've got planned, but I'm all for free promotion.

    Scary Mary is offered through Lulu:
    http://www.lulu.com/content/139379

    The ID number like in the link is 139379.

    Look forward to see what you've got planned!

  2. Janoda (Member)

    Posted 10 years ago

    Heya!
    I already knew Scary Mary was on there, so far I've added Scary Mary, Alisiyad, and the first Tales of Mu, but I seem to recall there were more, just can't find them.

    In fact I'm promoting Web Fiction in general, but I got myself a Lulu box, so I thought I'd ask :D

    In a couple of days, the setup should be finished, and then I'll show the finished result.

    In fact I think I'm postponing the actual writing until summer, when I've got a decent amount of time, and stick to promoting Web-Fiction as a thing until then.

  3. Avery Tingle (Member)

    Posted 10 years ago

    I didn't even know you COULD offer your work on Lulu. I'll sign up and put up the info when it's done.

  4. Sarah Suleski (Aspiring Mudpie)

    Posted 10 years ago

    Well I was going to post, but it seems you have already found mine. :-)

    I am a writer, a writer of fictions... and I've written pages upon pages trying to rid you from my bones
    (lyric from The Engine Driver by The Decemberists)
  5. Janoda (Member)

    Posted 10 years ago

    Well, the evil master plan can be viewed here:
    http://www.squidoo.com/web-fiction

    It's a work in progress, but all bits help has always been my motto, so go and increase the traffic-rate.

    It's meant to be a (convincing) introduction to Web-Fiction, any suggestions on what could be on there are welcome.
    I'm planning to do a featured webfictions lens too (pages on Squidoo are called Lenses...) But I'm still planning on that one, I'll let you know.

  6. Ryan A. Span (Member)

    Posted 10 years ago

    Janoda: I was sad you didn't mention of Street as one of the book-published ones! ;)

    It might be worth writing about how some web fiction actually gets picked up by publishers after they've been online a while. John Dies At The End is another good example.

    Regards,
    Ryan

  7. Janoda (Member)

    Posted 10 years ago

    I didn't know!! You should have mentioned it here!
    I will think about that angle though. It's not something I know a lot about, but I'll look into it. Now I'm off to put Street on there!

    Edit: Okay, I obviously am not following who is publishing in which format, so if any others are available on Amazon you can post that too. There's an Amazon box now...

    2nd Edit: Checked out John Dies at the End, but it's not online anymore, so basicly not really what I am aiming for in this lens. Getting people to read online... I'll probably write something about it somewhere though, because it's cool :p

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