New book, new website, new blog — I didn’t plan it this way, but somehow they all came together at the same time.
After seven years on the Poe’s Deadly Daughters blog, with the companionship of a wonderful group of writers, it feels a little strange to strike out on my own. But things change, and when we look back later we often realize the change took us down an exciting new road.
I’ll be posting here whenever I feel the urge to talk about a terrific book I’ve read, a great (or awful) movie or TV show I’ve seen, what I’m writing, what’s happening in the publishing world, fascinating new research into the mystery of creativity and how the human brain functions — all the topics you’re used to seeing from me on Poe’s Deadly Daughters. But my range of subjects will be a little looser, and so will my blogging schedule.
The best way to make sure you don’t miss an entry is to “follow” the blog by subscribing to the feed, so it will be delivered directly to your e-mail inbox whenever I post something. (Click on the RSS symbol above my book cover, to the left of the Facebook icon.) Of course, I hope you’ll come here to the site when you have a relevant comment. So even if you subscribe to the feed, please bookmark this page too.
If you haven’t already looked around my new website, take a few minutes for a tour. I think you’ll find it visually pleasing and easy to navigate. I’ve posted some new information on the Events page, with more to come as arrangements are firmed up, and I’ll also add more articles and interviews to the Writing page, so check back later. Let me know if you want to see something that’s missing.
I look forward to talking to you in the weeks and months ahead!
Terri Herman-Ponce saysFebruary 23, 2014 at 2:47 pm
Congrats and good luck with the new blog, Sandra! Yes, it’s a change for you but one with exciting adventures ahead. As they say, when one door closes…
thelma straw saysFebruary 23, 2014 at 3:00 pm
Congratulations and forward march! I know a little how you feel, as I prefer to be in a group… and know the time will come when I’ll have to be on my own! All best, TJ Straw in Manhattan
Nancy Adams saysFebruary 26, 2014 at 12:45 pm
Love the look of your new website, Sandy, and looking forward to your new book and new posts.