Yesterday, I read a post that got me thinking. Is it a good idea for a querying writer to have business cards?
Check out this post on writer business card "dos" and "don'ts by editor Maria Schneider. She says that when she's reading queries from authors she often keeps their business cards even if she rejects them.
Why, you ask? Because she likes to network :), and business cards make a professional statement. Also, they're incredibly handy to have if you're at a writer's conference, a local bookstore, or anywhere else where you'll be networking with individuals in the publishing industry.
What do you guys think? Have you made or considered making business cards for yourselves?
Any "Dos" or "Don'ts" that you've encountered?
*See business card made of chocolate above for a definite "Do" ;).