(from the March 2018 newsletter)
It’s never been easier to create and maintain a website. So why don’t you?
Maybe because it seems a daunting task. Or too time-consuming. Or you’re not sure what to include. Or you don’t want to blog. Or you’re not sure exactly what a website would do for you. Or you’re just having a hard time getting started.
You’re not the only author to have these concerns. The truth is, while you should have a site, it can be as simple or as complex as you have time and talent for.
Your Author Toolkit team is here to help, so if you have specific questions, give one of us a call or email and we’ll be happy to answer any questions.
Here’s a good starting point from Jane Friedman: “The Basic Components of an Author Website.” It’s an overview and introduction to getting your website up and running. Be sure to read the section “Continue improving your site over time.”