I’m very excited about the new site I’ve just launched for fiction at tammydioubate.com. I’m very happy about the design, it’s a cool design to start with. After the addition of more content I’ll be moving up to a more ‘pro’ design that’s more friendly for the visitors.
My next steps are to simply add much more content to the site. I have many more stories to share via excerpts, and as I finish the stories and publish them I’ll be sharing the links to the ebooks. I’m also writing posts on a mix of subjects, mostly related to using creativity and observation to improve writing skills.
I’ve had my Google+ account for awhile but never used it. But it occurred to me I may be missing out on a good writers resource, so I decided to go exploring to see what may be available.
So I searched under Communities for “writers”. My first impression is that it’s a very easy tool for finding like-minded people. Continue reading
After looking around on Flickr searching for ‘books’ and ‘laptops’ and ‘writing’ – and finding mostly dull photos under those tags – I’ve chosen the following three to follow on Flickr:
1. B_Zedan: I was drawn in by the crafty-artsy photos of small books in the Mini Books set. Continue reading
I’ve found 8 Great Examples of Personal Domain Names in Action, which has some beautiful examples of people who have:
- Used their personal names as their brand and their domain name.
- Beautiful and specific home pages that direct their visitors to exactly what they’re looking for.
Updated: Since my original list (still available below) I have still been looking through themes, trying to find the ‘right’ ones that would suit me. In the original list, my priority was to find themes that would read as books. However, the themes were not very attractive. I want a theme that is readable and responsive as well as immediately attractive and professional looking. Continue reading