Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) May 2, 2005
Lulu, Independent Publishing Mecca and Print-On-Demand Marketplace to the Stars, today announced its participation in the worldwide phenomenon known as "Free Comic Book Day."
On May 7, the Lulu Comic Subversives will send out free copies of the Lulu promotional comic as part of Free Comic Book Day. There is no charge for the free comic.
To get a free comic, simply email email@example.com and request a free comic. It helps if requests include a valid mailing address.
In the interest of self-disclosure, Lulu wishes to note that the Lulu free comic is a high quality example of shameless self-promotion. The glossy, double-sided book features submissions from a variety of Lulu artists, such as Jennie Breeden and John Jennings, as an example of Lulu printing and book-binding. Notes Leah Riley, a low-ranking Lulu official, "Our comic book looks good, it feels good, it probably tastes good and it's free."
Free Comic Book Day Info -
Free Comic Book Day is May 7, 2005, and as the name implies, it is a single day when participating comic book shops across North America and around the world give away free comic books to anyone who comes into their stores. The official website of Free Comic Book Day is http://www.freecomicbookday.com. To find a participating comic book store, type in your zip code.
Founded in 2002, Lulu is the web's premier independent publishing marketplace for digital do-it-yourselfers. The only place on the web where you can publish, sell and buy any and all things digitalÂbooks, music, comics, photographs, movies and, well, you get the idea. We simply provide the tools that leave control of content in the hands of the people who created the content. You see, Lulu is a technology company, not a publisher. So you can use http://www.lulu.com to publish and sell any kind of digital content, and no one here is going to ask you to change anything. Ever. Your vision is entirely yours.
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