Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Jewelry site is up

This last weekend at EasterCon, I got to see Patrick Samphire, one of my Clarion West classmates. He does professional web design, although lately he's been writing and parenting full time. I asked him if he wanted to get back into web design, and he said he did whenever he saw how bad people's websites are. Well, if he's back in business in the next five seconds, it'll no doubt be because he saw this website: Emily Mah Jewelry Designs.

It's "quick and dirty" as they say. I just used a Blogger template and a whole bunch of widgets. It'll serve for now. Meanwhile, as you can see, this blog's had a makeover. It will probably have several over the next few days as I tool around with Blogger's new template designer. This is what writers call "waxing the cat", which means doing a bunch of busywork that isn't actual writing in order to feel like we're making progress in our writing.

But I've earned it today. I got the last round of edits done on the novel yesterday. Now it's just a matter of waiting for my volunteer readers to finish and then open fire on me with all the things I've done wrong.

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