Sorry about the random theme changes. I’m playing around with some different ideas and trying to find one that I really like. Unfortunately, my options are a little limited. But that’s not entirely a bad thing, given my habit of making things so drastic that I don’t even recognize things anymore.
Still working on the header issue. I don’t know why it insists that the header is fine, but it’s all blown up and ugly when I see it. Not sure how to fix it yet, only that I may have to use an older theme if I want to have a slick header.
Updated a few pages and changed some more. I think it’s pretty self-intuitive, and makes far more sense than having all the information crammed onto one page. Broken down, everything is pretty and simple. Easier to find, too. I like that.
No NaNoWriMo updates? For shame, people. I’ve heard that a few of my fellow writers have cracked the 40K word count mark. I’m lingering around 10K myself, but my excuse is that I’m prepping for a book release. I’m going to use that excuse for as long as it’ll hold, in case you were wondering.
4 thoughts on “Brief Moment of Your Time”
Well, I’m not actually doing NaNoWriMo myself, but my wife’s covering for me. She’s up around 77k as of last I checked… which was Sunday afternoon.
She’s a little bit prolific.
Good for her! That’s pretty impressive.
Yeah, I’m rather justifiably proud of her. She doesn’t seem to write like anyone else I’ve read about though; she sits down and starts writing to find out what happens in the story. No planning, just picks a story idea that’s floating around in her head and starts writing.
Next up, I have to get her to start submitting her stuff. She SAYS she wants to, but I think she’s too afraid she’s not “good enough” – something that anyone who actually READS it generally disputes.
Ah well, one step at a time. 🙂
Well, I was forced by a few people to submit my novel. I didn’t think anyone would read it or (worse still) they might think it stunk. Thankfully, I listened to them and not to my inner fears.
I’ll always tell writers to submit their finished books. You never know what can happen.