There are so many ideas for business cards for writers that I had to split this out into a series of several posts. Below are 8 creative (yet classic) business cards for novelists, writers, and authors. If you’re a traditionalist, these business card ideas are for you. If you’re looking for most business card ideas for writers and authors, check into this category of posts: Print Marketing – Business Cards.
Seriously, now, where else did you think I would start this post? Go back to basics with this lined paper business card.
A classic, these business cards are based off of those wonderful library cards we used to have. Writers can make them either with or without the sleeve (without would keep the costs down).
If you write mysteries or crime thrillers, this tag would be classic for you to use as a business card, especially if you had your author details on one side and the information/hook about your murder victim on the other side.
These business cards would be lovely for a regency era writer.
Bust out your artsy inclinations and make up some feather or quill business cards! These would be great for a romance writer or historical author!
Nearly every writer loves word games so why not adopt one as your business card? The clues on the back offer all of your relevant information while the front is all ready for seek-and-destroy.
In this new age of computers, what better represents your writing than a computer? Check out all of these examples of computer business cards!
If none of those tickled your fancy, what about business card pens or pencils, like the one below? What better for a writer to have, especially at a networking event where those in the publishing industry tend to hold onto any pen they get?