Print on Demand (POD) publishing is filled with hassles, but this author seems to have had extraordinary challenges when using Lulu’s system.
“Unfortunately, my impressions of Lulu went downhill when I began researching the details of the publishing process. For one, there is almost too much information on their site. Publishing is complicated and there are hundreds of FAQs split among thousands of pages: I spent many hours reading through their site trying to understand all of the available options and procedures.”
Lulu is hardly a new kid on the block, and they seem to be successful. So why can’t they get their site organized?
As Macopinion says, they offer “free” publishing; you just pay for the books.
You should read his entire post, but as for me, I’d rather pay for decent service than go through this kind of nonsense.
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