I'm back! Did you miss me?
Thank you to everyone who left a comment on my previous post wishing me a good blog break. I was away a bit longer than I had originally thought but I think I'll be back to a regular blogging schedule again now. And being away made me realize just how addicted I am to blogging and how big a part of my life the book blogging community has become. You have all been busy posting while I've been away so Google Reader is really not my friend right now. It'll take me a while to catch up but I'll try to visit soon.
As for the project I wanted to work on, work was a bit busier than usual last week so I didn't get quite as much time to spend on it as I would've liked, but I have made a good start. And what is this mystery project I keep talking about?
Well, I'd been thinking of it for a while but I finally started a gallery on Zazzle.com featuring some of my photos. If you're not familiar with Zazzle, it's one of those sites where you can add your original designs to various products that they then print up and ship as requested. A kind of print on demand service for cards, calendars, mugs, t-shirts, and the like. I've started out with calendars, and blank cards that you can customize by adding your own text inside, if you so choose.
Also, just to let you know that Zazzle is currently offering 40% off all calendars, 25% off when purchasing 7 or more cards, or free U.S. or U.K. Shipping* on qualifying orders. These offers are of course for anything on the site, not just mine. I've listed the checkout codes on the homepage of my gallery.
*Products ordered from Zazzle.com are printed and ship from the U.S but Zazzle.co.uk has also recently launched with prices and shipping costs listed accordingly in pounds. My gallery can be accessed either via www.zazzle.com/bishaphoto* or www.zazzle.co.uk/bishaphoto*.
Of course international shipping is available from either site.
Japan 2009, Flowers 2009, and Roses 2009, but I hope to add another one or two in the next couple of days, maybe irises and lilies.
To enter, please leave a comment telling me your most memorable moment of 2008. I'll draw a name and announce the winner next Friday, November 21st.