I'm here to sell you a product, so trust me.
(I mean, you don't HAVE TO buy it, you can just print it free at my website.)
I'm talking about Bard Cards. They are fun cards that have many cool and interesting different types of songwriting prompts on them. Take a look at this totally awesome (and not at all creepy) video where I make a song in 4 minutes with the cards:
As you can see, the product just works and with it you too can look like John Lennon if he didn't wear those cool glasses he always did.*
As if that wasn't clickbait-y enough for you, I'm really actually honestly (against the objections from my mom) handing the cards to you for free. Go to my website and print them out. They're all there, all 100% free. I'm not even getting anything out of that to pay the website costs. (Are you sobbing yet?)
Honestly, I don't think this is ever going to be a big business or a big product. I'm kinda pessimistic like that. But everyone I talk to about Bard Cards tells me that it will be the next huge thing like Lucky Charms** or whatever! If you think I'm full of myself and never know what I'm talking about, now's your chance to prove me wrong by buying Bard Cards!
But wait, what are you actually buying if you can print them for free? Well, this might shock you, but I'm not printing them out on my home printer like an out-of-job monster truck promotor. With a low low price of $34.99 you (yes you) will get a very premium, professionally printed, deluxe experience deck with box and instruction booklet delivered to your home (or post office idk). But that's not all you get...
You also get to support a guy working on these cards in his livingroom. Honest talk... (I'm being very honest in this post where I'm supposed to be selling you stuff) I will draw more of these if I get enough sales. I've sold four decks so far, so it's just a few more, right? But it's not like this is some corporation trying to hook you on a product that will keep you spending for years to come. I'm just a guy. I made these cards. Selling a few of them would mean that somebody appreciated them. It's not like I'm getting rich off of these. Haha.
Anyway, they're a great gift to get to a fellow songwriter who probably doesn't use Internet that much and might not have heard of this awesome product called Bard Cards.
Have a gander.
(*There's no guarantee you'll actually transform into a John Lennon lookalike type of abomination.)
(**Bard Cards are not affiliated with Lucky Charms in any way.)