New Business Cards
Hey everyone, my new business cards arrived today from Moo.com! Check these out!
Okay, so I know that my business cards are not exactly breaking news (though, seriously, the covers look pretty fabulous in tiny pocket form), but I’m pretty stoked about this. Now when I go to cons in the future I can be all, “Oh, which card would you like? BECAUSE I HAVE THREE PUBLISHED BOOKS MOTHERFUCKER HAHAHAHAHA.”
Or, slightly more restrained. That maniacal laugh will still happen, of course. (‘cuz, standards) And, while I do of course have great affection for the cover of Generation V, I have to concede to the vox populi at this point and accept that it is not quite my strongest selling point with, you know, just about anyone. I do think that the Iron Night cover is pretty neat, and the Tainted Blood cover is just made of awesome. I think the publishers are trying to move the cover art in a more Iron Druid direction, which is never a bad idea. Plus, I have assurances from some of my favorite bloggers that not only do they think the new cover is cool, but that they would actually be willing to be seen in public with it. Heady stuff, guys!
If you’re going to be at Connecticon this year, stop me and ask for whichever of the cards you’d like!
This leaves really just one question – what the hell do I do with the fifty or so old cards?
Posted on May 21, 2014, in Generation V, Publication, Writing process and tagged business cards for writers, iron druid, kevin hearne, Max Gladstone, Moo.com. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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