Updating Websites

I’m sure it’s far to early to mention this, but I will be updating my publishing website sometime this year.

I hope.

A website isn’t the big priority that writing or publishing is. In fact, I’m horrible about keeping things updated, even here and worse over at the publisher site. I hope to put in a purchase directly from me over there. I’m also hopeful that I can then link that book library to this site and have only one site to update each time I publish something new.

The time it takes to do the same work twice really isn’t worth it any more.

The plugin I used over there isn’t worth it to me to keep up, either. The creator isn’t updating it any longer and it’s not as good as some of the other things that are out there, although as I’m going to create a way for people to purchase things, I’ll be using an e-commerce plugin or site to do the work for me.

I’m sort of excited about changing out the publishing site. I had a theme I really liked but it didn’t work with the plugin so I changed it. Now I hope to go back to a similar theme (if not the exact one) and I am very excited about how it might look. Of course, it will be down for a time while I update it, which will happen, hopefully this year.


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