Headless Bookmarks

 

We had some bookmarks printed to promote Headless. They look pretty great, I think. All thanks to that amazing mask illustration by Michelle Tolo and the great background textures by my web designer (not this site—more on that later). It’s a bit redder than the book cover will be, but I like it a lot.

The first batch of the bookmarks will be handed out at the Brewery Art Walk in Los Angeles this Sunday, 10-23-16, at the studio of Japanese artist CJ Kang and at BookFinger! CJ Kang’s art is raw and very thought-provoking. Bookfinger has a ton of awesome, rare and out-of-print books! Check them out!

Headless will be heading off to the proofreader by the end of this week. After which, I will have a much better idea of exactly when it will be available. I’ll keep you posted here!

And don’t forget to sign up for The Lowe Letter if you want to be the first to know about the release and be entered to win a free copy.

4 thoughts on “Headless Bookmarks

      1. Bookmarks are useful not only because it’s bookish types you’re trying to appeal to, but because the reader will see your promotion every time they place their bookmark in their book. It’s a non-intrusive, non-annoying repetition. I hope you get a lot of success from it!

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