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You Read The Blog, Now Nerd It Up With The World’s Strongest Librarian Bookmark

Sitting on the desk next to me is a stack of exquisite bookmarks. The front of the bookmark bears the glossy image which haunts your dreams and consumes your waking hours:

It is gorgeous. It cannot be helped.

The back bears the message in (SPOILER!) Arial Font:

20 Books I Would Force You To Read, If I Could

And then, of course, the 20 books. It’s a good list.

Below the books you will find my contact information, just in case you’re ever looking for a writer, a speaker, or someone to reach something from the top shelf.

Option One

If you would like a (yawn) unsigned bookmark, it will cost you the princely sum of $1.00. If you’re an international reader, it will be more with shipping.

Option Two

If you would like a signed bookmark, it will cost you the kingly sum of $2.00. If you hate this blog, you should definitely buy one, because my wrist cramps dreadfully when I sign things. I’m not sure how else you’ll get back at me. I’m too fleet of foot and I can bite really hard.

Best Option

Unsubstantiated rumor has it that if you order 10 bookmarks and rub them all over yourself, your wrinkles will fade and you’ll regain all the exuberance of youth.

I’m not sure about that, but I can tell you that for the emperorly sum of $8.00, 10 signed bookmarks can be yours.

You get the front of the bookmark, the back, the gloss, and enough book recommendations to choke you and your loved ones for the next year.

How to buy

Contact me and include bookmark in the subject line. Tell me how many you want and I’ll let you know how to pay. Once I have the payment, they’ll ship no later than the next business day.

Free shipping for orders in the United States. Everyone else, we’ll talk. I’ll give you the best deal I can.

It really is a bookmark for the ages, and a very good booklist. You can thank me later.

Josh

 

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  • Eric | Eden Journal July 19, 2011, 8:12 am

    That is a very nice looking bookmark. Much better then the torn scrap of paper or magazine subscription card I usually use.