We have a great free contest for indie authors and aspiring writers! You can win a Masterpiece Publishing Package courtesy of LULU that retails for $1,697.00!
Lulu.com’s Open-Publishing platform allows authors, businesses, and developers alike to publish and distribute their content free of charge. Whether you are looking to publish a paperback, hardcover, ebook, or photo book, Lulu’s online tools are readily available for you to begin your publishing journey. They also offer a ton of specialized services and one lucky winner will have tremendous benefits! You will be able to chose from some premium covers, have an editor go over your book, and receive an ISBN number. Of of the best aspects of this package is it will be properly formatted to the EPUB standard and Lulu makes sure all your pictures are displayed correctly. At the end of the process they will distribute your book for you to many different online stores like Barnes and Noble and Amazon. They will also do print on demand and send copies of your book to stores that order them.
“Good e-Reader is an excellent source for up-to-date Digital Publishing news and interviews.” said Gavin Jocius, Global Marketing Manager, Lulu.com. “At Lulu.com, we thrive on knowledge-content – books written by smart professionals who know their stuff and are experts in their fields. Good e-Reader’s audience fits that description, so we wanted to jump at the opportunity to run a contest that offers one lucky person the chance to share their expertise with the world through a $1,697 Masterpiece Publishing Package.”
This is one of the best packages you could possibly use and it’s available to one lucky winner! To enter all you need to do is tell us why you want to win via Twitter and use the hashtags #goodereader and @luludotcom in your Tweets! You can enter once per day and simply comment below and let us know you entered. We will do the draw June 20th, 2012!
Michael Kozlowski is the Editor in Chief of Good e-Reader. He has been writing about audiobooks and e-readers for the past ten years. His articles have been picked up by major and local news sources and websites such as the CNET, Engadget, Huffington Post and Verge.