Tuesday

TLA Here We Come . . .

I've been running frazzled all over the place trying to get all my last minute TLA stuff together. You know, badges, business cards, etc. But at the same time, I've been busy. Here's what I did this weekend. Neat isn't it? I'm especially proud of the buttons. But I need everyone's help. I've only had the chance to look at the site on one browser, so if while you're popping on through you notice the page doing something weird, please let me know what it's doing and what browser you use.

And thank you, guinea pigs, for being willing to help test market the site.

7 comments:

PJ Hoover said...

It looks fantastic! I love the colors and gears.

Annalisa said...

Ooooh, it looks great.

I'm not well educated on design, but I like how the site promises unusual, edgy children's books yet still has the flavor of a site for children, with the bright colors and all.

So, do you plan to take on books that slightly bend the rules of genre a bit (say, a picture book that's a big more wordy than usual), or the subject matter is what's really different?

Annalisa said...

*a bit more wordy, ack! How embarrassing.

The Buried Editor said...

The goal is to still be kid friendly (hence the gears and primary colors) but put out high-quality yet controversial material. And I don't mind what rules get broken, we just have to break one.

judy said...

Which one?

The Buried Editor said...

Your choice.

Chelle said...

The site looks great.

Do I get a prize for finding a typo? On the "Submission Guidelines" page - guidelines is misspelled twice.

In bold "Better check out our Submission Guidlines to be sure."

Last sentence of the first paragraph - "Until then, here are our normal guidellines for the following genres:"

Oh and a picky grammar thing - "For example, not a single person on staff has ever met a six year old that" should be "six year old who".