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Wednesday
Aug232006

Author Web site survey

Congrats to Teri Walsh for coming up with "Who's Laughing Now," the title of Mimi's new horror novel. Thanks to everyone who sent in suggestions by e-mail and posted comments!

I've finally put together a work portfolio site, by the way. Sadly, I haven't been keeping proper track of my publications so the list is incomplete, but at least I finally have a work Web site. Feel free to visit DebbieOhi.com for information about my writing and illustrating. It's pretty bare bones right now, but I'm hoping to gradually improve it over time.

And that inspired me to start working on a column about author Web sites. Do you have an author Web site? If so, I'd very much appreciate you answering the following questions and either posting or emailing your reply. I'll be compiling the results for a future Will Write For Chocolate column.

1. Your name

2. The URL of your Web site.

3. Purpose of your Web site.

4. Did you create it or hire someone?

5. Has it helped you in your writing career? If so, how?

6. (Optional) What are your favourite author Web sites? What do you like about the Web site(s)?

Thanks!

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