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Old 10-18-2008, 12:22 AM   #1
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Location: Skegness, England
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Default Logo placement

I'm just about ready to publish my first publication, a nostalgia type publication. The facing page has the title of the publication and a photograph that is relevant to the publication.
I plan to publish other, fairly similar publications in future, so this publication will be part of a series. The series will be called `Skegness Revisited.'
I would like to include something like: `Part of the Skegness Revisited series of publications' somewhere on the facing page.
Obviously it isn't actually part of the Skegness Revisited series of publications at all, there are no other publications so far, but this `logo' might create a good impression. On the other hand it might be rather deceptive.
Does anyone have any views about this?
Also, I wondered where anyone else would place this `logo', if they were in the same situation. Would they place it prominently, over the title of the publication, or at the bottom, below the photograph? Would they have the title in colour and the logo in mono or vice-versa, etc. (it will be a two colour publication)
I'd post a pic of the facing page or a link to the site but it might seem spammy.
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