So sue me, my abcedarian skills are questionable. In part one of this quick series about posting a resource onto lulu, which really did begin with the letter "A," I got as far as the point where lulu has now created a print-ready file of the interior of the art book (Surge of the Wine-Dark Sea), I checked it, and hit "Save and Continue." You have to read the comments to see the whole progression step-by-step, because I didn't want to put up a whole new post for each step.
Now we are at the part where fear grips me.
10:49AM USA Central Time
It's time to make the cover. Normally, that's not a big deal. I simply use the "old" cover designer on lulu, which is an interface which makes a lot of sense to me. Upload a jpeg for the front cover. Upload a jpeg for the back cover. Remove the text that lulu puts on there.
Not so in this case, because I've got a really nice one-piece cover from Jim Kramer, but I am not familiar with using a one-piece cover. My baby interface that I normally use won't do this; I have to venture into the world of stuff I'm not familiar with.
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