print on demand publishing

July 5, 2006 5:39pm CST
Am looking at iUniverse, xlibris, and Booksurge self-publishing packages. Any feedback?
4 responses
• Canada
5 Jan 07
I didn't spend money on a package, I just went to lulu.com and did it my way.
• United States
23 Dec 06
Hi there, i also have the same questions with you. My friend who introduce me to POD suggest i go to Xlibris since he published 2 books already in Xlibris and he was happy of the result. I'm still trying my friend to convince me to go to Xlibris once im done with my book. But research would still be the best option so i still compare those POD out there and find the best offer to print my book.
@ariana99 (116)
• United States
26 Oct 06
As posted below, Lulu is one of the best POD to print your book. Those other publishers you listed charge a fee to have your book published and such. At lulu.com you only pay for the number of books you order. And you can purchase them at cost--not at retail. Its free upload your book,and then you just pay for number of copies you want. You have complete control over your book. I like the idea that I have control over my own content, editing,and how my book goes instead of some idea of another publisher... Try www.lulu.com :)
@nancygibson (3738)
• France
11 Oct 06
Havent tried those but Lulu.com did a nice job on some books I saw recently