My Card…. (Writing Quick Tip)

Are you a writer who

  • is looking for an agent?
  • is looking for a publisher?
  • is looking for a gig writing for pay?
  • has a book published and want to get the word out about it?
  • have a book underway and want to start building interest so that it’ll sell better when you publish it?

Well then, one thing you should consider is a business card.12180792_10153705594124375_16463828_o

A business card is the tangible takeaway version of an elevator pitch.(Going Up? (Writing Quick Tip) It’s great tool for making a connection in a short time between someone and you and your work, and it gives them something to make them think of you later on. It makes you think about your work at the simplest level, which helps you find the true heart of what you’re doing

For a business card, you want something

  • easily legible
  • that makes the most important section you or the work you’re promoting
  • contact information
  • a format that reflects what you’re promoting
  • informative but not busy
  • space for a note

and once you have a card, make sure that you carry them with you, so that when you get in the elevator with a publishing giant or meet a successful agent while jogging, you have a card to give them to make them think of you later on

What’s on your card?

Catherine Kane


For more information on Catherine’s books, “Adventures in Palmistry”, “The Practical Empath – Surviving and Thriving as a Psychic Empath”, “Manifesting Something Better”, “The Psychic Power of Your Dreams”, “Magick for Pennies” and her urban fantasy “The Lands That Lie Between”, all from Foresight Publications, click here

and for the new Kindle version of Manifesting Something Better, click here


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