My New Website

Anne here, popping in with a quick Sunday post to invite you all to take a peek at my brand new website.

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It's very spiffy and elegant and I'm thrilled to bits with it. The water color painting of the Regency girl (you can see a part of it here on the right) was done by an Australian friend of mine, Mel Scott, and the site itself was designed by a company in Texas, so it's nicely international.

Also connected with the site is my new blog. I've had to leave my old blogspot behind and use WordPress so it's all compatible with the website. Both website and blog are also cell-phone friendly, so you can read on your phone, which is apparently a must these days.

So have a look and tell me what you think.

And to all those currently shivering in the big blizzard in the east coast, I hope you stay safe and warm.

70 thoughts on “My New Website”

  1. Oh, I’m so happy with this new site! I have a few blog posts about The Summer Bride coming up, and I always link back to your site. This one is pretty, and easy to navigate, so it’s perfect timing before the next book comes out. 🙂

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  2. Oh, I’m so happy with this new site! I have a few blog posts about The Summer Bride coming up, and I always link back to your site. This one is pretty, and easy to navigate, so it’s perfect timing before the next book comes out. 🙂

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  3. Oh, I’m so happy with this new site! I have a few blog posts about The Summer Bride coming up, and I always link back to your site. This one is pretty, and easy to navigate, so it’s perfect timing before the next book comes out. 🙂

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  4. Oh, I’m so happy with this new site! I have a few blog posts about The Summer Bride coming up, and I always link back to your site. This one is pretty, and easy to navigate, so it’s perfect timing before the next book comes out. 🙂

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  5. Oh, I’m so happy with this new site! I have a few blog posts about The Summer Bride coming up, and I always link back to your site. This one is pretty, and easy to navigate, so it’s perfect timing before the next book comes out. 🙂

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  6. Also, yes, WordPress is the way of the future, but just in the last few weeks they have made some truly awful changes that make life so much harder!
    I have three WordPress blogs and (in total) put up about fifteen posts a week, and – ugh. Why do people always feel the need to fix what was already fine??!!

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  7. Also, yes, WordPress is the way of the future, but just in the last few weeks they have made some truly awful changes that make life so much harder!
    I have three WordPress blogs and (in total) put up about fifteen posts a week, and – ugh. Why do people always feel the need to fix what was already fine??!!

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  8. Also, yes, WordPress is the way of the future, but just in the last few weeks they have made some truly awful changes that make life so much harder!
    I have three WordPress blogs and (in total) put up about fifteen posts a week, and – ugh. Why do people always feel the need to fix what was already fine??!!

    Reply
  9. Also, yes, WordPress is the way of the future, but just in the last few weeks they have made some truly awful changes that make life so much harder!
    I have three WordPress blogs and (in total) put up about fifteen posts a week, and – ugh. Why do people always feel the need to fix what was already fine??!!

    Reply
  10. Also, yes, WordPress is the way of the future, but just in the last few weeks they have made some truly awful changes that make life so much harder!
    I have three WordPress blogs and (in total) put up about fifteen posts a week, and – ugh. Why do people always feel the need to fix what was already fine??!!

    Reply
  11. I feel your pain. Im new to WordPress, so wont notice anything, but when Im writing my books, I work in Apple Pages and have for years in its various incarnations. I recently bought a new laptop and the new Pages — redesigned I believe for people who write on tablets –is truly horrible. One small example — when you want to see your word count it appears in a bubble over the top of the writing. So you cant see whats underneath it. And thats just one tiny thing in a raft of annoying new features.
    So I guess Im going to try to hang onto my old computer for as long as I possibly can.

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  12. I feel your pain. Im new to WordPress, so wont notice anything, but when Im writing my books, I work in Apple Pages and have for years in its various incarnations. I recently bought a new laptop and the new Pages — redesigned I believe for people who write on tablets –is truly horrible. One small example — when you want to see your word count it appears in a bubble over the top of the writing. So you cant see whats underneath it. And thats just one tiny thing in a raft of annoying new features.
    So I guess Im going to try to hang onto my old computer for as long as I possibly can.

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  13. I feel your pain. Im new to WordPress, so wont notice anything, but when Im writing my books, I work in Apple Pages and have for years in its various incarnations. I recently bought a new laptop and the new Pages — redesigned I believe for people who write on tablets –is truly horrible. One small example — when you want to see your word count it appears in a bubble over the top of the writing. So you cant see whats underneath it. And thats just one tiny thing in a raft of annoying new features.
    So I guess Im going to try to hang onto my old computer for as long as I possibly can.

    Reply
  14. I feel your pain. Im new to WordPress, so wont notice anything, but when Im writing my books, I work in Apple Pages and have for years in its various incarnations. I recently bought a new laptop and the new Pages — redesigned I believe for people who write on tablets –is truly horrible. One small example — when you want to see your word count it appears in a bubble over the top of the writing. So you cant see whats underneath it. And thats just one tiny thing in a raft of annoying new features.
    So I guess Im going to try to hang onto my old computer for as long as I possibly can.

    Reply
  15. I feel your pain. Im new to WordPress, so wont notice anything, but when Im writing my books, I work in Apple Pages and have for years in its various incarnations. I recently bought a new laptop and the new Pages — redesigned I believe for people who write on tablets –is truly horrible. One small example — when you want to see your word count it appears in a bubble over the top of the writing. So you cant see whats underneath it. And thats just one tiny thing in a raft of annoying new features.
    So I guess Im going to try to hang onto my old computer for as long as I possibly can.

    Reply
  16. LOVE the new website. The Regency lady drawing is gorgeous. Lots of information on it too. Have it bookmarked to peruse at leisure.

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  17. LOVE the new website. The Regency lady drawing is gorgeous. Lots of information on it too. Have it bookmarked to peruse at leisure.

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  18. LOVE the new website. The Regency lady drawing is gorgeous. Lots of information on it too. Have it bookmarked to peruse at leisure.

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  19. LOVE the new website. The Regency lady drawing is gorgeous. Lots of information on it too. Have it bookmarked to peruse at leisure.

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  20. LOVE the new website. The Regency lady drawing is gorgeous. Lots of information on it too. Have it bookmarked to peruse at leisure.

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  21. Its frustrating, isnt it, Sue? Ive been using it forever — back when it was Claris Works, then Apple Works and so on, and with each new incarnation it has fewer good features and gets less user-friendly IMO. Its as if theyre trying to drive us to MS Word or something — which is crazy. But the assumption behind the new version of Pages is that serious writers will use MS word and ipad users will use pages. but I HATE Word. And I asked if I could get Old Pages for the new laptop, and they told me no, it wont work on it. Bah humbug, say I.

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  22. Its frustrating, isnt it, Sue? Ive been using it forever — back when it was Claris Works, then Apple Works and so on, and with each new incarnation it has fewer good features and gets less user-friendly IMO. Its as if theyre trying to drive us to MS Word or something — which is crazy. But the assumption behind the new version of Pages is that serious writers will use MS word and ipad users will use pages. but I HATE Word. And I asked if I could get Old Pages for the new laptop, and they told me no, it wont work on it. Bah humbug, say I.

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  23. Its frustrating, isnt it, Sue? Ive been using it forever — back when it was Claris Works, then Apple Works and so on, and with each new incarnation it has fewer good features and gets less user-friendly IMO. Its as if theyre trying to drive us to MS Word or something — which is crazy. But the assumption behind the new version of Pages is that serious writers will use MS word and ipad users will use pages. but I HATE Word. And I asked if I could get Old Pages for the new laptop, and they told me no, it wont work on it. Bah humbug, say I.

    Reply
  24. Its frustrating, isnt it, Sue? Ive been using it forever — back when it was Claris Works, then Apple Works and so on, and with each new incarnation it has fewer good features and gets less user-friendly IMO. Its as if theyre trying to drive us to MS Word or something — which is crazy. But the assumption behind the new version of Pages is that serious writers will use MS word and ipad users will use pages. but I HATE Word. And I asked if I could get Old Pages for the new laptop, and they told me no, it wont work on it. Bah humbug, say I.

    Reply
  25. Its frustrating, isnt it, Sue? Ive been using it forever — back when it was Claris Works, then Apple Works and so on, and with each new incarnation it has fewer good features and gets less user-friendly IMO. Its as if theyre trying to drive us to MS Word or something — which is crazy. But the assumption behind the new version of Pages is that serious writers will use MS word and ipad users will use pages. but I HATE Word. And I asked if I could get Old Pages for the new laptop, and they told me no, it wont work on it. Bah humbug, say I.

    Reply

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