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RobbyDesigns says

I wrote a Samurai fiction a few years ago which I am now ready to self-publish but don’t have time (or inspiration) to design a website.

I’m thinking if someone on TF were to make an Asian themed website it would sell to me plus people looking for a martial arts template or other Asian theme (they are rare!).

Here’s a couple stunners I saw but not for sale: http://www.bluedesignstudios.com/Portfolio/corporate/non_adult/Jud-Niven/index.html and http://melvinrivera.org/

Here’s a style I don’t like: http://www.agamicreative.com/

I know there’s a Samurai theme on here (PSD) but I don’t feel it suits my book.

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