Over the years as I have written and re-written my manuscript, I’ve received or found lots of advice on writing from how often to write “Writing tips I have found useful”
A color character study of DJ, one of the two (or arguably, three) main characters in The Storyworlds series.
A character study of Isabelle, one of the two (or arguably, three) main characters in The Storyworlds series, this time in color.
A character study of Isabelle, one of the two (or arguably, three) main characters in The Storyworlds series.
The advanced dance class at my son’s school (his passion is tech crew – from lighting to sound to backstage management) put on an excellent “Pictures from Wonderland-themed dance performance”
Each book in the series will have its own treatment which will be incorporated with The Storyworlds title treatment on the cover but will “Wonderland Final Color Title Treatment”
By now, you should be growing familiar with the myriad of platform options and begun to narrow them down. Here are a few design elements “What’s in a site? – Part 3: What do I need?”
Refining the title treatment art for the first book in The Storyworlds series, Wonderland. Next, color!
Now that I had decided I was going to lay out some coin, what are the potential costs? Domain name I absolutely wanted my site “What’s in a site? – Part 2: What am I paying for?”
[I’m going to break this topic up into several posts because there’s a ton to relate and it will give me something to blog about “What’s in a site? – Part 1: Getting started”