I don't usually do sponsored posts, but Chris Mullen from Print Keg contacted me with a giveaway that I thought would be of interest to the writerly types who read this blog. Print Keg will giveaway 1000 custom printed business cards or bookmarks to two winners. (I get 1000 printed cards as well for hosting this giveaway.)
According to Chris, "PrintKEG (printkeg.com) prints flyers, posters, t-shirts, cards and much more. Our primary mission is to help designers and artists resell their work more profitably."
If you'd like to enter, simply use the rafflecopter widget below. And Chris didn't give specifics, but I'm going to assume that this giveaway is for US only.
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Also, a friendly reminder that From Words to Brain is on sale for .99 cents through Monday the 17th.
What is it that transforms a page full of words into a tale that entertains us, informs us, and ultimately leaves us changed? In her essay From Words to Brain, former MIT neuroscientist Livia Blackburne explores the brain basis of reading–a skill that is incredibly complex and integral to modern culture. Using the classic fairy tale Little Red Riding Hood as a guide, Blackburne follows the story from its physical manifestation on the page, through the reader’s visual system, and ultimately into the reader’s imagination and beyond. Because the experience of reading a story does not end with the last page. That’s the point at which the real magic begins. From Words to Brain is 6700 words long, or roughly 27 printed pages.
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I use business cards at writer events and conferences.ReplyDelete
I think using a bookmark as a business card is a great idea. Most business cards I get tend to be lost of tossed out. A bookmark will be used and serve as a constant reminder every time it is seen.ReplyDelete
I give business cards to people I meet who talk to me about my writing.ReplyDelete
I'd use the cards for connecting with people.ReplyDelete
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I use business cards for a quick and easy low-tech way to give my contact information to someone and it serves as a colorful reminder of who I am and what I do, AND as a reminder for them to connect!ReplyDelete
I really do need to get some business cards made up for my blog, and to pass on my email to people.ReplyDelete
For my photography business!ReplyDelete
I'm just starting in freelance science writing. One of my top goals right now is designing and printing business cards to hand to potential clients.ReplyDelete
I use business cards for my blogging. :)ReplyDelete
I use business cards as a writer at conferences, and I'm in the market for some new ones! These are lovely!ReplyDelete