Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Road Trip Wednesday

This week's topic is epic, guys. Head on over to YAHighway to see everyone's answers!


What tattoo would you get to celebrate your book's success OR in honor of a favorite book?

I think this is so much fun. While I'd probably never get a tattoo in honor of a favorite book, I would certainly consider the idea if my own book came a big success.

But what would I get? That is the question. I'm a terribly indecisive person, and something so...permanent...well, that throws an extra bout of anxiety on the stockpile.

If it were Emerald's Keeper that made it to successdom (Ha, yes, I know that's not a word, but it's fun!) maybe I'd get a stylized EK. Something like this...

What about you? What kind of tattoo would you consider in honor of a book- either your own or an all time favorite?

14 comments:

Pam Harris said...

Ooh. How elegant! :)

Kate Hart said...

Oooh, monogram is a great idea! Now I have more ideas. Dang.

Abby Stevens said...

Like Pam said... definitely elegant. Very beautiful. Especially if it was done in emerald ink!

Michelle Schusterman said...

Agreed, a monogram is an excellent idea! That one is really pretty.

Marquita Hockaday said...

That is a really pretty tattoo- puts my ideas to shame...yes, I actually considered a rattail- eeew!

Kaitlin Ward said...

ooh I really really love that idea. So simple and could be placed anywhere and would look great.

Holly Dodson said...

My taste is in simplicity with a meaning...for everything. To me, the EK would be much more than a monogram of my title.

Alicia Gregoire said...

But Holly, it's a monogram - that is so cool.

LizPage said...

So pretty! I love the details. Just don't ever go in indecisive lol.

Ellen said...

Prettiful! I love simple symbols with complex meanings - they are my personal favorite kind of tattoos :D

Sarah Enni said...

Loooove the monogram. So classy and timeless!

Kristin Miller said...

Ooo, love this. Such a lovely style and so meaningful.

Kierah Jane Reilly said...

I love that design because it makes you stop and think - it doesn't really look like a monogram at first. I don't know much about tattoos but I love the tone-on-tone quality and the texture of what you picked out. I wonder if it's possible to get a tattoo that looks like it was embroidered onto your skin?

The Blue Lipstick Samurai said...

So scripty. I love. :]

Word verification- Pardili. Awesome? I think so.