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In a bit of a rush?

A freshly published book of fiction on Lulu says it's part one of a trilogy to come. But it only has 52 pages. That will be 156 in total then it's assumed. Still a short story, really, so why would they not wait until they have written the 156 pages?
The covers are printed full-colour, on card, and laminated, so no doubt not cheap compared to the B&W pages. Sticking the 156 pages in one cover is surely more economical to the publisher and the buyer?
It's also not well laid out. Page numbers on all pages. Chapters starting almost at the bottom of pages.
Someone in a bit of a rush to get published me thinks.
The story? I was put off actually reading the Preview.

The bottom line? There's no need to rush it.

The good thing about self-publishing, and via POD, is anyone can do it.
The bad thing about self-publishing, and via POD, is anyone can do it.

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