· Author’s Name or Pen Name
· Email (author name if possible)
· Website (no Weebly or Wordpress), have SM handles linked
· Professional Headshot (People remember faces.)
If you include SM handles, it should be the same across all platforms and be the author's name.
Your business card is a way to show your personality and put a spotlight on your writing!
You can include any of these fun ideas to make the card your own:
· Show your genre or style through your design
If you write:
- Vintage? Design a vintage card.
- Romance? Consider pink and light blue with flowing fonts.
- Mysteries? Add bold colors.
· Use the cover art or a setting from your book.
· Create a tagline to describe you as an author.
· Don’t be afraid to use both sides of the card.
· Author biography, short blurb.
· A phrase from a review, a blurb about your newest book, or a quote that describes you as a writer.
· QR code: Create one at Kaywa QR code.
Give them to the person who asks you what you write.
When networking at a writing conference.
Promote yourself at book readings and signings.
Give them to attendees when teaching a workshop.
Attend events related to your subject or genre.
Meeting with editors or agents.
Print your cards locally at Office Depot or Staples.
Print your cards online through: