My Blurb Book – For review

Ever since I did that solo European Tour last year and collected a whole lot of photographs, I have had this urge to have a book printed with it as a memoir. Not a coffee table kind of thing, but something as a pat on my back (is that narcissistic ?) for the first step that I took, which is always the toughest one for me. That tour was a huge confidence booster for me and I will forever be grateful for all those who were there in that group because they made me feel at home and I really really enjoyed their company as much as I did those places. It was also the tour where I covered one of the 7 wonders of the world or rather one of the new 7 wonders of the world , the Roman Colosseum. Today, after so many discarded efforts, I finally completed that 20 page book with selected photographs for each place visited as part of that tour. I tried my hands at Book Wright tool from Blurb and got it done today. The link is given below. I am not planning to sell it, obviously, but am definitely planning to print it for my personal use. It would be of great help if you could review the same (all pages are shown in the preview) and let me know your view, comments or corrections (my English , especially my grammar isn’t that good). Somehow the font I used looks good when I see it in the software, but in the preview, unless it is viewed full screen, isn’t very clear. I might have to rethink about the font.

http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/invited/4868751/dba077863d8982a0c62b24fdc39a9652a82cb694

8 thoughts on “My Blurb Book – For review”

  1. It is seriously beautiful! Wonderful breathtaking photos too! I can only imaging what hard time you must have had selecting those pics! 😀
    Congratulations! Hope to see the printed version soon! 🙂

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    1. Thanks Ashwini. Took a break from work and completed it today and I seriously hope the photos come out well 🙂 Because most of the effort went in choosing them. Still waiting for more reviews to decide on the final go to place the order.

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  2. Beautiful, and a wonderful keepsake!

    Personally, I prefer a sans serif font; it just seems cleaner. But the font you’re using works for your book in the full screen, and should also look good when printed.

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    1. Thanks a lot Cindi 🙂
      I am trying to go with the default font (yet to update the online version with it) because I don’t want to risk printing the book and then feeling bad that the font wasn’t that clear.

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