In My Book ®
New York, New York, USA
In My Book ® specializes in Bookmarks, Gift Cards, Gift Enclosures, Greeting Cards, In My Book, Notecards.
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About In My Book ®
IN MY BOOK is a line of eighteen unique cards that combine greeting card and bookmark together in one package, envelope included.They make the perfect add-on to the gift of a book in addition to being a delightful birthday, congratulations or thank you note for all your book-loving friends.IN MY BOOK cards are printed on heavy-duty watercolor paper and feature wonderful drawings by book illustrator Meredith Hamilton. They are sold with a red envelope for mailing and are packaged in a cellophane sleeve. The cards recycle from greeting card to bookmark (they perforate), and as such are a long-lasting reminder of the giver (you!).All 18 styles begin with the greeting “In my book…” and conclude with such sentiments as “you’re novel”, “you’re the last word”, “you’re top shelf” and "you're out of this world".
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What's In My Book? It's "the greeting card and bookmark in one"!
Hit the FIND BOOKS button to see all eighteen styles. Please choose carefully as cards are not returnable. But they are recyclable; from a greeting card they turn into a bookmark...the perfect choice with the gift of a book.
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Interview with Robin K. Blum of In My Book ®
- When did you get started in bookselling?
- Came up with the idea of a greeting card for book-lovers in 1999 and published the first edition of twelve card styles in 2000. Trademarked the name In My Book, found a marvelous artist to collaborate with (Meredith Hamilton) and began by selling the cards (which perforate to become bookmarks) to independent bookstores later that year.
- What drew you to bookselling?
- I worked in publishing with a small but wonderful children's book company called Kane/Miller Book Publishers, whose specialty was American editions of foreign children's picture books. There I learned the basics, which in addition to my love of print books, primarily fiction, biography and drama encouraged me to come up with the In My Book line. I took a chance on becoming an entrepreneur to create a never-before type of greeting card that book-lovers would want to give as gifts to fellow book-lovers. What goes better with a gift book than a greeting card that turns into a bookmark?