"It’s only by daring to dream, our relentless pursuit of those dreams, our determination to realize our dreams – it’s only by never giving up and writing anyway that we become the kind of writers (and people) we want to be."
Here's a great article on the dreams of writers (thanks to Marianne for sharing it in our writers' group the other day!):
Dare To Dream - Write Anyway!
So I'm in the process of working with a website designer to change my website. Last summer, when I was just getting my feet wet with the whole cyber-world experience, I used a very simple template to put up something for myself. Now that I'm lucky enough to have 2 upcoming novels in the works for publication, I decided I wanted to upgrade and do something a little more professional.
Here's my question: what do you like in a website, especially a personal/author one? Anything that really turns you off? Anything that makes you grin and stay and check out all the pages?