#IWSG: Changes and more


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Thanks to Alex for hosting this each month. Here is the complete list of participants.

Near the end of May I decided to change up the theme and layout of the blog. I’m wanting to have it look a little more professional. So I looked at some of the themes that are out there and changed it around a bit. I think I’m getting it to where I want it to be.

What do you think about it? Should I go back to the posts being the first thing people see when they come to the blog or leave it like it is with a home page being what they see first? Suggestions are welcome. 🙂

One of the things I would like to hear about from everyone is should I put a page up for the game or games I want to create and if I did what would you want to see on the page. Updates as I go, maps, snippets of the story line, etc. Let me know. 🙂

June is going to busy for me. I’ll be working on the fantasy novel and rewriting the vampire series as well being an editor for a small publishing company. Now, I can say I’m a beta reader, critique partner, and an editor. 🙂

There is also something else in the works behind the scenes once I get the all clear to talk about it I’ll update everyone. 🙂

That’s it for now. Look forward to reading your comments and suggestions. 🙂




2 thoughts on “#IWSG: Changes and more

  1. I definitely like your new image and layout, though I do have to scroll down once before I can see the navigation buttons, and that might be a problem for some viewers. I’m always interested in process analysis, so I know I would like your game notes section. Best of luck with the new site!

    @mirymom1 from
    Balancing Act

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