One thing that has always made me love Author C. Elizabeth Vescio is that, apart from writing a series I genuinely love, she is wonderful at design. So when marketing needs to get done, she never fails with coming up with aesthetically pleasing, badass book-related art. From character photography to Uncontrollably Wasted teaser pictures with quotes from Book 2, she brings her characters and books alive in a way that excite and entertain her readers. #brilliant
So for today's stop on the Kiss My Assassin Blog Tour I wanted to show you some of my personal favorite graphics made for the series as well as link you to other places on the web where you can browse Wasted art!
Want to easily reppin some Wasted art? Check out the Pinterest Board "The Wasted Series: Art + Web!"
Want to let your eyes hump some great graphics made for Uncontrollably Wasted? Here's the promo album from the Facebook Page! As always, the newest info. and art can be found over at the Facebook Page here as well as the Wasted Tumblr here.
Want to see some of your favorite characters? Author C. Elizabeth Vescio has a page just for that! You can see character photography + their info. and fun facts here!
Don't forget to look through the Wasted Series website here! It's sexy and fun! #duh
The site's blog is also pretty ballin' so don't forget to visit it too!
As always, let me try to gently push you into becoming a part of Author C. Elizabeth Vescio's street team called THE VASSASSINS! Why? Well to support this author and her series AND to get cool insider info. and other fun things! Sign up here! It's free and easy and sexy.
The Wasted Site
Jack of all trades and stereotypical black sheep, C. Elizabeth has been writing somewhat dark and morbid since that teen angst hit in the early 90's- probably because her dad was a mortician. After pursuing a degree in English, she changed gears to photography and design in 2006... although she kept penning stories for fun while reading the works of Edgar Allen Poe, Oscar Wilde and Hemingway (whom she adores even though he was a huge douche canoe). In 2009, her life shifted considerably and she found herself writing Elegantly Wasted- helping her sort out a bunch of stupid feelings and other lame stuff.
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