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I let it go for far too long and finally got around to updating bookcreatives.com last night. I’d been meaning to for quite some time, but clients always come first for me – and I’ve been a very busy boy.
It’s not quite finished as you can see, but I needed to get a move on because my shiny new, state-of-the-art web server goes online later today and I want to begin migrating to the new server next week!
A big thanks to Issara Willenskomer for graciously furnishing some of his design elements that I used in the new header.