I now have an Author’s Website. Fancy!

It’s been a while, hasn’t it? To those of you who’ve missed me, I’m sorry I haven’t been around lately. I have been kind of busy (and, let’s face it, kind of lazy). I do have a somewhat good excuse which I hope to be able to share with you soon.

For now, I wanted to show off my new website. My best buddy, Mark, has been so kind as to help me set it up. By “help me” I mean he did everything. Mark, you rock.

So, if you are interested, if you would be so kind to please check it out, sniff around, have a cuppa, and—most of all—leave me your email address so I can inundate your inbox keep in touch.

11 thoughts on “I now have an Author’s Website. Fancy!

  1. Subscribed.

    BTW: This site has ads now, and I don’t do ads, and you seem to be out of the blogging game, so, if you’ll forgive me, I’ll transfer my subscription from here to there.

    See ya there!


      • Well, that’s wonderful! They are pretty bad, and I can’t help but wonder if they actually obtain any results. Does anyone see one and think, gee, just what I was looking for! I think everyone just tries to ignore them.

        OTOH, if you’re moving on from blogging, then it probably doesn’t make that much sense to pay the extra to get rid of them.


          • Exactly. And many of those ads are fakeouts that take you to something with no connection to the supposed ad. One ends up down a rabbit hole (and by clicking, they know you’re there).

            I hope you do stay in the game. I miss you! But I get the impression you have your finger in a lot of diverse pies! (I also get the impression that once authors get serious about their craft they’re less inclined to “give it away free” anymore. Understandable!)


            • Truth be told, the MS querying process isn’t as straightforward as it should be. By the time I’m done formatting or reformatting or trying to find some file, I can’t stand the thought of looking at my computer screen anymore. Well, it’s that, plus, as you say, fingers in pies. I keep telling myself I need to stop acquiring new hobbies, but do I listen? I overwhelm myself sometimes. 🙂

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              • I can relate to that. Sometimes when I’m on a coding binge, blogging is just too much computer time.

                Honestly, I think it’s good for the mind to have lots of hobbies and interests. When one grows a bit old, just switch to another. Once again, diversity is good! 😁

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