My Publishing Journey: A New Website Header & Bookmarks

bookmark frontbookmark backA few weeks ago, a fellow member of the Short Mystery Fiction Society  sent out an email letting us know that Hunter Martin, a graphic artist, was looking to grow his design business by working with authors.

The callout mentioned book covers specifically, which I did not need — but I was in need of a designer to update my website header AND to design bookmarks for Skeletons in the Attic at an affordable cost.

I contacted Hunter, and he was more than happy to take on both projects. The end result for the website header can be found on every page of my website/blog, and I must say, I really like what he’s done.

Screen Shot 2015-11-22 at 10.50.06 AMScreen Shot 2015-11-22 at 10.49.54 AMHunter also designed bookmarks to the specifications listed on GotPrint.com. I’ve used GotPrint before, for The Hanged Man’s Noose, and found the quality and pricing to be excellent. [Click on any bookmark image to enlarge]

If you or your book club would like some bookmarks, I’m more than happy to mail some to you. Just contact me with the details.

 

Find The Hanged Man’s Noose in trade paperback and eBook at all the usual suspects, including Amazon.

Skeletons in the Attic (release date August 21) is now available for pre-order on Amazon Kindle for the special introductory price of $.99 (reg. price $4.99).

2 responses to “My Publishing Journey: A New Website Header & Bookmarks

  1. Judy Penz Sheluk

    Thanks Maddy, and he also does book covers, for those who are indie published.

  2. mmcewenasker

    Good to know. Looks great. Web design and book covers–what a combo.

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