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July 30, 2009

Printable bookmarks

Sharon Rowan sent over a link to some bold, graphic bookmarks she designed and offers for download. Help yourself right here. I printed out my faves, above. And you've heard of the popular new book, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, right? Next up is Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters. I'm still waiting for Jane Eyre Plus Werewolves.

17 comments:

Brie said...

Amazing! I'm reading Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, didn't know they were doing the others...lol :)

Jess said...

Well, the Jane Eyre version is wishful thinking on my part. But Sea Monsters is for real!

Brie said...

I kinda think that Pride and Prejudice and Zombie's gets a little predictable after a bit. But it's definitely unique and I love it for that.

Rebecca is Thrilled by the Thought said...

Love those bookmarks!

Rose Red said...

I have yet to read it, but I'm sure I will. I have a P&P obsession. I will read any crappy offshoot story just to spend more time with Elizabeth and Darcy.

Very cute bookmarks.

Prudy said...

Oh I love these. Right now I'm using a chicken coupon card (looks like a chicken biscuit) from Chick Fil A.

KariAnnS said...

Loved P&P&Zombies. I actually made that same exact joke about Jane Eyre and Werewolves to my husband last night. Oh- and Mansfield Park and the Loch Ness Monster

cash for clunkers said...

Those are gorgeous bookmarks. Thanks for the find!

Nicole said...

The guy that wrote Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is now working on Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter. Heck yes!

Alfred T. Mahan said...

Having had to actually read (by which I mean "suffer through") Jane Eyre in ninth grade, I'm a little suprised, Jess, that you didn't think of adding vampires to THAT particular book, given how Gothic and downright dreary it already is.

It would have fit the emergence of the winsome undead in English lit in the time period, after all.

Mr. Lincoln could hold an axe at arm's length without it trembling a barleycorn; he's going to take down any ghoulish fiend of Hades, no trouble. The minions of evil defy the wrestler of Springfield at their peril...

Beky said...

Thanks for sharing the link. I just purchased Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. The cover just sucked me in and I had to get it!

Becky said...

Thanks for the bookmarks!

I re-read Jane Eyre about every 8-10 years. It gets better every time. add some werewolves and I will love it even more.

Note to self - go get this P&P with Zombies!

Laura said...

I have to agree with Alfred...actually I'm convinced Jane herself is a vampire.
All of her weirdness with thresholds & whatnot.
Read it again with that in mind. You'll be surprised.

Erica Lea said...

Oh, how funky! Thanks for the link.

Pamela Iroz Williams said...

i got that book with wuthering heights from borders, $1 each

Pierce said...

My son is in the middle of Pride and Prejudice zombies...I'm just waiting for it but enjoying a Jennifer Weiner book at present.

электрошокер said...

Great bookmark!

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