By the time you read this, I’ll be in Moab, Utah (near Arches and Canyonlands). Warning: I might have trouble getting on line today, but I will respond to your comments as soon as I have internet access.
My husband and I visited Bryce Canyon, Cedar Breaks, Arches, Canyonlands; later, we’ll check out Monument Valley, Zion, and the Grand Canyon. Jaw-dropping, spectacular sites. Enjoying the scenery is our prime objective; finding a new setting for a novel is another. A third goal: get my new website up and running. My old iWeb format isn’t supported anymore, so I’m having Kris Lynn build a WIX website for me, which will include a blog. I write medium dark suspense/mystery spiked with romance, and I’m discovering that dichotomy is difficult to convey on a website. My brand: show a hero and heroine on the precipice, confounded by some underbelly of humanity-not too bloody or procedural-with a look toward the HEA, enhanced by a conflict/mystery in a romantic relationship. The task feels as big as Bryce Canyon, filled with hoodoos (which are bad people turned to stone...so says the native legend).
So I’ve developed a new website. http://www.rolynnanderson.com I hope you’ll take a look at it and critique it, including the mechanics (the memes flipping through, ease of navigation), content of the pages, and overall concepts/tone/color. I took a look at other romantic suspense author websites to inform my design decisions, but for the most part, what you’re seeing is the creation of my web artist and me. Thoughts? I welcome them!