8 Lovely Business Cards for Romance Writers

Check out these romance and lovely business card designs for romance writers and authors at KateLarking.com!

You know you wanted business cards for romance writers. Check out these lovely designs below and let me know which one if your favourite!

Check out these romance and lovely business card designs for romance writers and authors at KateLarking.com!
And, good news! They are all pin-able!

1) This business card with a wax seal (or even a faux wax seal) would would well for historical romance writers.

This business card with a wax seal (or even a faux wax seal) would would well for historical romance writers. Creative business cards for romance writers at KateLarking.com
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2) Write chick-lit? Why not give your business card a little fashion sense with colourful slip cases?

Write chick-lit? Why not give your business card a little fashion sense with colourful slip cases? Creative business cards for romance writers at KateLarking.com
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3) Give your business cards a little whimsy with a backside like this. The vertical design also helps it stand out!

Give your business cards a little whimsy with a backside like this. The vertical design also helps it stand out! Creative business cards for romance writers at KateLarking.com
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4) Give your business cards a little texture like these lace ones. Any sort of design based off a wedding invitation or RSVP can be transitioned to romantic business cards.

Give your business cards a little texture like these lace ones. Any sort of design based off a wedding invitation or RSVP can be transitioned to romantic business cards. Creative business cards for romance writers at KateLarking.com
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5) A full graphic back with a gorgeous design like this can help your business cards stand out. You can even lay them face down on a book signing table to add graphic appeal that’s functional for networking.

A full graphic back with a gorgeous design like this can help your business cards stand out. You can even lay them face down on a book signing table to add graphic appeal that's functional for networking. Creative business cards for romance writers at KateLarking.com
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6) I love these for business cards. Overlapping and interlocking hearts are graphic and endearing.

I love these for business cards. Overlapping and interlocking hearts are graphic and endearing. Creative business cards for romance writers at KateLarking.com
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7) Do you work to mend broken hearts in your fiction? Or perhaps a medical setting for your budding romance? These bandaid business cards could be what the love doctor ordered! (How could I not write that?)

Do you work to mend broken hearts in your fiction? Or perhaps a medical setting for your budding romance? These bandaid business cards could be what the love doctor ordered! (How could I not write that?)  Creative business cards for romance writers at KateLarking.com
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8) Last but not least, if you have a main character who is artistic, why not go for these palette business cards?

If you have a main character who is artistic, why not go for these palette business cards? Creative business cards for romance writers at KateLarking.com
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There are so many ideas for business cards for writers that I had to split this out into a series of several posts. If you’re looking for most business card ideas for writers and authors, check into this category of posts: Print Marketing – Business Cards.

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8 Creative (yet Classic) Business Cards for Novelists, Writers & Authors

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). Creative business card ideas for writers and authors from KateLarking.com

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.

Go back to basics with this lined paper business card. Creative business cards for authors and writers at KateLarking.com
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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).

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). Creative business card ideas for writers and authors from KateLarking.com
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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.

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. Creative business card ideas for authors, writers, and novelists at KateLarking.com
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These business cards would be lovely for a regency era writer.

These business cards would be lovely for a regency era writer. Creative business cards for authors and writers at KateLarking.com

 

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!

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! Creative business cards for authors and writers at KateLarking.com
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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.

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. Creative business cards for authors and writers at KateLarking.com
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In this new age of computers, what better represents your writing than a computer? Check out all of these examples of computer business cards!

In this new age of computers, what better represents your writing than a computer? Check out all of these examples of computer business cards!  Creative business cards for authors and writers at KateLarking.com
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In this new age of computers, what better represents your writing than a computer? Check out all of these examples of computer business cards!  Creative business cards for authors and writers at KateLarking.com
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In this new age of computers, what better represents your writing than a computer? Check out all of these examples of computer business cards! Creative business cards for authors and writers at KateLarking.com
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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?

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? Creative Business Card ideas for writers and authors at KateLarking.com
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6 Creative Transparent Business Cards for Writers and Authors

Any character can take centre stage with a business card like this. This works great if the face is from your book cover. Creative business card ideas for authors and writers from KateLarking.com

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 6 creative transparent business cards for writers and authors. If you’re looking for most business card ideas for writers and authors, check into this category of posts: Print Marketing – Business Cards.

Here is a basic transparent or frosted business card. There are so many possibilities for these cards when it comes to marketing. Do you have a character for your children’s book? Or a mascot for your publishing trade name? Use the stark contrast to help you make the most of this medium.

 Here is a basic transparent or frosted business card. There are so many possibilities for these cards when it comes to marketing. Do you have a character for your children's book? Or a mascot for your publishing trade name? Use the stark contrast to help you make the most of this medium. Creative business card ideas for writers and authors from KateLarking.com
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Any character can take centre stage with a business card like this. This works great if the face is from your book cover.

Any character can take centre stage with a business card like this. This works great if the face is from your book cover. Creative business card ideas for authors and writers from KateLarking.com
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Chick-lit authors might love these business cards! But really, you can add any detail to the transparency. Zombie scars for zombie apocalypse fiction, period costumes for historical–these are tons of possibilities.

 Chick-lit authors might love these business cards! But really, you can add any detail to the transparency. Zombie scars for zombie apocalypse fiction, period costumes for historical--these are tons of possibilities. Creative business card ideas for authors and writers from KateLarking.com
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Do you write horror, crime, or forensic thrillers? These transparent card ideas might be perfect for you!

Do you write horror, crime, or forensic thrillers? These transparent card ideas might be perfect for you! - Creative Business cards for Writers and Authors at KateLarking.com
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Here’s another creative business card idea for forensic or medical thriller writers–with or without the zebra head or broken finger. X-rays are a theme that can directly translate to clear cards.

Here's another creative business card idea for forensic or medical thriller writers--with or without the zebra head. Creative business card ideas for writers and authors from KateLarking.com
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Here's another creative business card idea for forensic or medical thriller writers--with or without the broken finger. Creative business card ideas for Writers and Authors at KateLarking.com
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These business cards would be great for a dystopian fiction, crime writers, or any book featuring a law enforcement character.

These business cards would be great for a dystopian fiction, crime writers, or any book featuring a law enforcement character. Creative business card ideas for writers and authors from KateLarking.com
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70 Ways to Beat Writer’s Block

70 Ways to Beat Writers Block - KateLarking.com

Are you ready for it?

Kate’s comprehensive list of how to beat writer’s block!

70 Ways to Beat Writers Block - KateLarking.com

  1. Work on something else
  2. Read something
  3. Go for a run
  4. Take a walk
  5. Call a friend
  6. Ask your cat existential questions
  7. Bake dessert
  8. Cook dinner
  9. Write a blog post
  10. Craft something
  11. Go to a kickboxing class and let that frustration out
  12. Scream into a pillow
  13. Switch writing implements (Computer->Pen and paper)
  14. Take a hike
  15. Drink more coffee
  16. Brew more tea
  17. Mess something up (and don’t immediately clean it. Works better without a spouse)
  18. Go write somewhere else
  19. Browse a bookstore
  20. Shower
  21. Treat yourself to a bath
  22. Go to a gallery exhibit
  23. Click the links you usually wouldn’t on social media and read
  24. Comment on blog posts
  25. Shoot some hoops
  26. Listen to a podcast
  27. Listen to an audiobook
  28. Play a video game
  29. Watch an episode of your favourite show
  30. Write fanfic
  31. People-watch
  32. Get a massage
  33. Eat ice cream
  34. Scrapbook
  35. Freewrite
  36. Doodle
  37. Create an epic zentangle
  38. Organize your Pinterest Boards
  39. Give a picture 1,000 words
  40. Write a letter to someone you love (you can choose if you want to send it)
  41. Write a letter to someone you hate (you can choose if you want to send it)
  42. Do yoga
  43. Listen to Neil Gaiman reading stuff. Anything. Just listen
  44. Do a mind map!
  45. Nap …Or, you know, go to bed because it’s 4am.
  46. Do yardwork
  47. Grab a cup of coffee with another writer
  48. Go to a writing association meeting
  49. Hang out with a friend
  50. Go see a movie
  51. Do work (You know, actual work if you’re not a full-time writer)
  52. Browse DeviantArt
  53. Plan your book launch
  54. Read a magazine
  55. Peruse the personals or craigslist
  56. Attempt to browse in a commission-based sales arena without being spoken to
  57. Read a theoretical essay
  58. Volunteer
  59. Do a household chore
  60. Treat yourself
  61. Sexy times (alone or with a partner)
  62. Book a physical with your doctor. Suddenly, writing looks better
  63. Go out
  64. Dance
  65. Take a class in something you know nothing about
  66. Draft a meal plan
  67. Dye your hair
  68. Take photos
  69. Drink

And, finally…

  1. Stop procrastinating and write the hard stuff