Fortune Telling Mazes 2018
A title that I've self-published for the past two years. Order your copies now as stocking stuffers:https://mikesheedy.wordpress.com/2017/0 ... azes-2018/
The mazes were the first graphics work I did on the computer. Got enthused and made a bunch, then I didn't know how to market them. This was back in the days of print newspapers, when you either sold novelty items to King Features Syndicate or you contacted papers one tedious mailing after another. Never got any takers, and my last thought in the first life cycle of this project was to use the mazes for desk calendars. But I didn't want to eat a thousand leftover calendars a year, so the idea died.
Then print-on-demand came along. Now I don't have to stock anything. The customer orders, a factory in South Carolina pulls up my pdf files and spits a book into the mail. Easy peasy.
My Amazonian blurb:
FORTUNE TELLING MAZES 2018
Use this book as a calendar and daily planner. Bookmark your way through it to keep track of the date, and flip ahead to make reminder notes.
And work a maze every day. Each of the eight titles has a dozen or more maze variations, to keep you guessing.
Unlike other books, you won’t put this one away on a shelf after a quick read. You’ll use it every day. And the mazes are large enough to trace with a fingertip instead of a pen, so multiple people can work them. Keep the book on the dining table for your family to enjoy, or on your desk at work, or take it along in the carpool...