This site is coming along slowly – more slowly than it probably should, I dare say, but I’m getting there.
The main addition at this point is the information on Hotel Flamingo on the Books page. If you don’t know about my mosaic e-novella, go there and find out about it. And come on, buy a copy, baby needs a new pair of shoes. Cheap shoes.
I’m hoping that by the end of the week I’ll be able to add the anthology Godheads and Other Stories to that page. All that remains is to finish the last story, which I’m working on, and to receive the cover from the designer, who I need to check in with tomorrow. If the final cover is still a way off, well, I might put together some sort of underwhelming placeholder for the time being, just so I can get the book up by Saturday morning. We shall see.
I’m currently debating whether to add info about my old RPG credits to that page. I don’t get any royalties from them, so listing them with links won’t make me any cash, but it might help demonstrate that I’m a real writer, honest. Or it might not. Still contemplating that.
I might also try to get a stand-alone story or two up on the Downloads page, which is currently empty. I’ve got some flash fiction that could be fun.
But all that has to wait for a little while. Tonight I’m donning my freelancer cap and writing about beer. Which is a subject close to my heart.
If you’ve got suggestions about things I could add, feel free to leave a comment. Preferably not one of those spam ones I’ve been deleting for the last couple of days. Such industrious little things they are.
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If you attempt to manually control the spam you’ll go insane. Install the Akismet widget. It’s done a fantastic job for me.
A lot of the flash fiction you did for things like Unknown Armies was great. I’d include some of that as a taster.
Get something happening with a sidebar. At the moment it’s not easy finding my way around here, and it pretty much needs to be right there the second someone thinks of it.
PS: PODcom is a great title for a site. I’d be using that as shorthand, frequently.
Yeah, a sidebar is definitely a must. Putting one on the front page seems to be hard for some reason; ditto a photograph. I may need to go to my webdudes for technical advice.