For the last couple of years, I’ve been thinking about developing a website for my writing, but laziness and lack of real motivation have gotten in the way. But the time has come. I’m ready to get more exposure, and I want to be able to sell my books directly. I thought I’d be satisfied to use Word Press indefinitely, and I have no complaints about the way I’ve been able to set up Dark Boundaries, but it does have its limitations. In fact, I’m fairly happy with the design, so I’m going to duplicate it as closely as possible.
I made a start today, at Weebly, which is free, and seems more flexible than other free sites I’ve looked at. It isn’t high on my priority list right now, so I’m not in any hurry to complete it. A little bit at a time whenever I’m in the mood. I’ll make it public when it’s complete, and I’ve upgraded it and bought my domain name. Once that’s done, I’ll probably delete the WP version and let that domain expire. Or I may convert Dark Boundaries to a straight blog. How long till everything’s done? Months. Maybe not until next year.