Welcome to my new website! Ain't it purty?
After more than a year and a half of blogging, I decided it was time to stretch my wings. I've been toying with the idea of putting some of my short fiction online, and that's something I couldn't do with my old blog host (because they claimed rights to everything I posted on my blog and I didn't want them to have any claim on my works of fiction.) So, to make sure my fiction had a safe home, I moved here.
Even though I've painted the walls and put up some curtains, I'm still playing decorator. Please don't be surprised if the view here changes from time to time. I'm still in the process of making this new home mine.
In the meantime, how about the dime tour?
This first page is my blog. It's the same as my old blog. As before, new entries will pop up here from time to time. (Comments too, I hope!) With any luck, I'll figure out how to add my old Getting There entries to the archives. (But don't hold your breath!)
For those of you who subscribed to my old blog and received my posts via e-mail, you can do so again with my new blog. To subscribe to my new blog, click on "Blog RSS" in the bottom right of this page (under the Archives and Search features). Then follow the directions to complete your subscription.
This is the new feature that led me to create my site. Every month, on the first day of the month, I will post a work of short fiction. You can access this page by clicking the link at the top of this page under my name. Just like the blog, you'll be able to leave comments on each story, should you wish to.
You can subscribe to this page of my site, as well, and receive the stories via e-mail each month. This subscription is separate from the subscription for my blog entries. To subscribe to this feed, click on "Fiction First RSS" in the bottom right of this page (under the Archives and Search features). Then follow the directions to complete your subscription.
This is pretty straightforward. Use the form on this page to drop me a line privately.
And that's it. Please make yourself comfortable. Mi casa es tu casa.