This is a good-news, bad-news post today.
The good news is that my next book for Harlequin American Romance, Family Matters, arrives in October, just a few short months away.
And though I’m eagerly anticipating that happy occasion, the bad news is, I’m planning to update my Web site to coincide with announcing the book’s arrival.
It should be fun, right? Helping a designer pick out photos and fonts. Setting up a background that suits both my style and that of my books. Giving readers a good look at my “home” on the Web and hoping it’s a place they’ll like to come back to visit often.
Well, trying to decide on all these elements of my virtual home is becoming about as complicated as choosing a real house!
After looking at approximately eighteen gazillion Web sites out there--one more beautiful than the next--I’m afraid my mind’s on overload.
So I’m asking for your opinions and advice.
What do you like to see on a Web site? What don’t you like to see? What are the elements that stick with you after you’ve surfed through those Internet homes? And what brings you back to some of them again and again?
Looking forward to your input on this!
All my best to you,
Barbara White Daille