Hooray … after a number of weeks stuck with my wheels spinning uselessly, I am finally back on track and slowly (slowly being the operative word) gathering momentum again.
Who knows what made the difference? It could have been setting myself such tiny, achievable targets that I could hardly fail to make them every day, or it might have been the good ticking off I had from my best friend, who told me in no uncertain terms that I had to ‘get on with it’. Or maybe I was just bored and ready to start thinking again. Whatever the reason, I’m now back to juggling various projects and feeling much more myself.
One of the projects I’m ready to get to grips with is a new website for my “time slips”. Time’s Echo is to be published next October, and as that will be published under my real name, I’ll need a completely new identity. I’ve been looking around at website designers and am trying to draw up a detailed specification of exactly what I want.
Do you have any pet hates when it comes to websites? What will make you stay and look around a site, rather than click away? If you’ve got any thoughts on what makes for an appealing website, do let me know, and as a thank you, I’ll put anyone who’s commented below into a draw for a copy of my next book, We’ll Always Have Paris.
Still on the internet, I’ve been trying to set up an author page on Facebook. Can’t for the life of me work out how to set up a ‘Like’ box, so have given up on that, but if you’re on Facebook and would care to pop over and ‘like’ me anyway, that would be fab. You can find me here until I can find someone to sort out an icon for me!
Oh, and don't forget there's a chance to win a book and get some great recipe ideas every day at the moment at Harlequin Romance Authors' website.