I am the first to admit that my abilities with technology are limited. When I started writing, I had an electric typewriter that seemed to fit the bill. I would crank out my efforts and could see some immediate gratification as one page rolled off the machine and I had to feed in another. That was fine for short stories, but when I turned my attention to longer work, I discovered the error of my ways.
Ninety pages into a novel, I was suddenly struck by inspiration where I could revamp the main character, his name, his actions, his attitudes and his life in general. I sat there staring at the pile of pages neatly tucked into a box in front of me. After grumbling a number of foul words, I went and bought a computer. Cut and paste is so much easier now. And it's not nearly so messy. I've been stumbling my way forward ever since.
So the other day I looked at the blog. It's barren. There are no pictures here, no copies of the various book covers, no links, no gadgets, nothing. Just the ramblings I put on here periodically. Author M S Spencer gave me a nudge. ' Fix it up'. Taking a look at her blog, I could see the difference.
I rarely looked at the control panel. So after a little fiddling around, I learned how to post such things.
It looks better. Hopefully it's more inviting. But truth be told, I'm still a dinosaur. There are probably other improvements that can be made, but let's not rush things! Let me know what you think of the changes.