What is a bookplate, you ask (or even if you didn’t, here’s a refresher)? Traditionally, it’s a way for a book owner to identify that a book is indeed theirs. Think of “Form the library of” stamps. Authors use bookplates, however, to provide signatures to readers we might otherwise be unable to reach, or in instances where we’re unable to sign (like in the case of a broken hand or a condition with difficult flare ups like rheumatoid arthritis). They’re essentially stickers, meant for book pages but you can stick them on whatever, really.
I have newly acquired bookplates, signed and ready for those who’d like one!
If you’d like a few bookplates (you need one for each book in the NOUMENON series, don’t you?) and bookmark, simply put in a request with your mailing address via my contact form on this page. I’ll send them anywhere in the world on my dime, no worries. This offer is good until otherwise rescinded.