What do they have in common? Well, let’s see. “Corruption” and “Darkness” kind of go together, but “Banquo” and “Strategic”? Hmmm. Well, Banquo was a character in MacBeth, in which many characters were “strategically” maneuvering against each other. And MacBeth was certainly a dark play about corrupt people, but . . .
Okay, okay, okay. I’ll let you off the hook. They’re all words used in recent projects we completed.
For the Perseus Books Group, we just launched two websites to promote new novels, one for Lords of Corruption by Kyle Mills, and one for Banquo’s Ghosts by Rich Lowry and Keith Korman. Click on the following thumbnails to visit them:
Also for Perseus, for its subsidiary Vanguard Press, we designed bookmarks to promote Kyle Mills’s books and Strategic Acceleration by Tony Jeary. You can see what those look like at this link.
We hope you enjoy them more than our silly riddles!