I’ve given my website a complete makeover, and as part of that, I’ve renamed the blog to News. Blog implies ongoing content. While I’ll continue to post here, I won’t do so on a schedule, so I thought News would be a more appropriate label for the blog page.
The new design has a splash of lavender and doubles down on the lesbian fiction aspect of my work. If I ever decide to write a mainstream novel (no lesbian characters in sight), I’ll do it under a pen name. I’ll stick to lesbian fiction under my real name. It’s where my heart is.
The site’s design is very simple. For the first time, I paid a lot of attention to how it looks on mobile devices. Until the last year or so, I hadn’t used my smartphone to access the Internet very much, so I didn’t have a clear idea of how people typically use their phones. I didn’t understand the importance of things like large buttons. Now I know what frustrates me when I’m on my phone. I’ve kept my site simple.
I also blew away all the existing blog articles. Many of them were years old, so I decided to start fresh. I saved the more interesting ones and might occasionally post one.
If you’re on my email list, you’ll already know what I’ve been working on for the past several months. I’ll talk about it publicly when I’ve finished the first draft, which I’m hoping to do by the end of this month.
I touch base with my email list once a month, which is more than I’ll post here on the blog. If you haven’t joined my email list yet, you can do so here. You’ll receive a copy of Playing With Fire, which is a prequel to The Salbine Sisters.
Have a happy rest of the week!