I mean, "any sense" is a pretty strong statement. I've made a number of books from blurb.com, as have literally thousands of other people. Anyway, I guess we've both expressed our desires which will be equally ignored by Adobe. Source: 8 months ago
If you are just looking to print a couple for fun I would probably use something like blurb.com. Source: 9 months ago
Blurb: 70€ for 6-volume set (after 35% off); proof; discount codes; step-by-step blurb instructions. Source: about 1 year ago
I would love to have some help going to selection of pics, and putting it together, but not sure where to start. I reached out to one publishing service who said they could do it for $500. I've also heard of blurb.com which seems like a bigger operation, but costly since they print on demand etc. So they would set the price higher to recoup their costs. Source: about 1 year ago
I use a service called blurb.com to print, they offer a desktop app. Source: over 1 year ago
I agree with u/astrobean & u/WessonRenick. I used B&N for paperback/hardback, I'm working on the eBook formatting and I also use Amazon for paperback and working on the eBook formatting. You could always use blurb.com as more of a marketing tool because it's farther down the totem pole for book websites. Amazon, B&N, Kobo, Apple etc. Are going to be your more top sites and also you could create a Goodreads page.... Source: over 1 year ago
I'm not familiar with blurb.com, but I'm imagining most readers are not finding books by going to their online storefront. It looks like Blurb depends on Amazon, Apple Books, etc. To help further their distribution, making them similar to Smashwords or other amalgamation sites that have their own storefronts. Source: over 1 year ago
I def understand that. I went for self publishing, through blurb.com. It was super easy and pretty affordable. Got to control every aspect of the design/layout, ended up being exactly what I envisioned it to be. Source: almost 2 years ago
My wife likes organizing playing cards (ordinary deck, uno cards, doesn't matter what kind). I spread them out on the table in front of her and she will carefully put them in one stack. Similar to another comment, family photo books (blurb.com, etc.) have been good. Good luck. Source: about 2 years ago
If you want to make a magazine with your photos for your friends got to blurb.com and make one, you can even put it on amazon via their page. Source: about 2 years ago
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