Have you published an ebook? If so, which do you recommend: CreateSpace, Lulu, or something else?
I have published ebook versions of my actual books. I have used LULU as that is where my actual books are published. I think it is not a bad idea to publish ebooks with lulu, however they only distribute ebooks to nook and ibookstore. If you want to sell your ebooks on kindle you'll have to create separate ebooks for that directly from Amazon.
This is why I prefer CreateSpace. They work directly through Amazon. In fact, I think they are affiliated with Amazon or maybe owned by them? On the other hand, I can't get on nook and ibookstore with Create Space. ;-)
Amazon owns CreateSpace. I work with them too and I prefer them for the hard copies of my book. Amazon's Kindle Direct Publishing system is pretty easy to use and even give you a book that teaches you how to format you novel.
I've had a TON of luck with CreateSpace. And, they put you right on Amazon. The turn around is fast and it was just a great overall process. My website is www.erinlgeorge.org and on there I have several books I self published. Check it out. I've been able to do all that with CS and know several other writers who have done the same. I'd be happy to help you if you have any specific questions about Create Space. I don't have experience with the others you mentioned....
by cashmere 4 years ago
I want to know what a good website would be to get books printed from. I have a self published ebook, that I want to convert into a printed book and would appreciate knowing the names of some self publishing websites.Thanks for your help
by Cheri Taylor 4 years ago
Has anyone published a book with lulu.com?? what will be the best self publishing company?
by Joyette Fabien 3 years ago
Which books sell more, ebooks or paperbacks?
by Dani Alicia 5 years ago
If there are any professional, published authors here on hubpages (and I'm sure there are tons of you guys) I was wondering if someone could tell me if self-publishing is good or bad, and maybe give a couple of pros and cons. It would be my first book.
by Damien Darby 5 years ago
I myself have ten eBooks published. It is a rough racket. How are my fellow eBook revolutionaries doing these days? Is 2012 treating you as well as the projections claimed it would?
by Elsie Nelson 4 years ago
I am curious what kind of experience e-book authors have had. I am at a crossroads right now and am trying to make some decisions about where to focus my writing. I could focus more on HP or I could do the e-book gig and see what happens. What kind of experiences have people had...
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