|My entire blog is "backed up" in blog books,|
and this shelf also has other vacation and photo
books I've made with vintage family photos and documents
|Left: A book produced by Blurb Right: A book produced by Blog2Print|
both books contain about 120 pages, and three months worth of posts
(I average 20 to 30 posts per month, with lots of photos)
|This book was produced by Blurb|
It did some editing for the photographs
Blurb - about 140 pages, about $59 paperback, and about $73 hardcover. Standard paper
I enjoyed making Blurb books of the first four years of my blog, but now I guess I've "outgrown" the ability to use their company anymore. I had a lot of experience with their editor, and will still use Blurb for other genealogy projects, vacation books, photo books etc. The experience of dealing with their customer service via email to try to overcome this problem is what drove me to Blog2Print... see below.
UPDATE - July 12th - Blurb has discontinued their service of "slurping" blogs into their book software as of July 1st. https://support.blurb.com/hc/en-us/community/posts/204802303?
|This book was produced by Blog2Book|
I didn't do any editing, so you can see some strange formatting.
It's OK, but I prefer the editing capabilities at Blurb
Blog2Print - About $75 for 120 pages hardcover. I haven't priced out the softcover for the same number of pages. It's a bit pricier, but there are many more coupons and special offers, so I saved up my projects for when I had an offer.