As of today, my website & blog are officially under construction. This is my final post before that begins. I'll be working through July and August. My goal is to host a virtual grand opening on September 2, 2020 and I have a surprise for all those who have signed up for my newsletter!
Welcome back! I'm not wrapping up the challenge I started this month all in this post. That would perhaps be an overload for my dear readers. Instead, I'm going to put out one post on July 1st which will include a book review, a current read, something I'm adding to my #TBR list, and the final five days of the writing challenge responses. That in itself, might be a bit much all at once, but that post will be the last one for at least a month, maybe two, as I take a short haitus to focus on updating my blog and website. I hope you'll sign up for my newsletter which will definitely go out as it usually does each month. I'll keep readers updated on my progress that way.
Now...on with the challenge!
As the last week of June speeds by, I find I'm overworking myself with this website update. So in order to focus on getting everything in order for the update, I'm taking a break with the blog. My goal is to have everything ready by August, but honestly, I don't know if it wouldn't be better to just start it back up in September. I'll keep my newsletter subscribers posted so if you want regular updates, scroll to the bottom of this page and click the button to subscribe. You'll get access to some cool freebies, too. (Well, I think they're cool. I put my heart and soul into making them for you. ;) )
Let's get to the books!
I'm so happy I'm getting the chance to prep this post in advance. I really don't know what's going to happen when the storm passes over but whatever the case, I should at least have something to share with you, my lovely readers!
On to the responses!
Last week, I focused mostly on contemporary romance books. This week, it's no different. I've found free books deals seem to be offered in waves, at least with the specific qualities I enjoy. So here's another round of contemporary romance books. I hope you'll find something that seems interesting.
I'm not sure how things will be going when you read this post, since I'm prepping it to go out before Cristobal passes over us. I hope everyone in its path stays safe and that there's minimal damage. You just never know what a hurricane will do, really.
On with the challenge responses!
Welcome back! Work on the website updates continues. Though I'm tired and ready to be done with it all, I'm happy with how things are shaping up.
This week, I have several selections to share with you. I hope you'll see something which interests you. If you do, I'd love to hear about it in the comments.
I'm not sure what happened with Friday's (May 29th) post. It's definitely labeled wrong as far as the date is concerned. I missed one Friday earlier in the month, so that confused me as to the number of writing challenge posts. Our weather was bad last week, so it may be I had to turn my computer completely off. It could also be that I just forgot in my hurry to research other options for my website and blog. But it's most likely the Weebly editor glitched. Whatever the case, I hope things will even out soon.
Let's get to the writing challenge!
So far so good on the Book Notes posts this month. I don't know how long I'll be able to post them, since hurricane season is upon us and we are planning for a system to pass through some time next week. I hope it won't be too awful, but with any of these systems, you can count on tons of rain and some rough winds.
Update: I don't know what happened to last Friday's post. It wasn't posted on Friday as it should've been. The draft isn't showing up in my editor. So I'll do my best to recreate it for this Friday. However, this was the proverbial straw that broke the camel's back. I'm annoyed with Weebly and how hard it is to complete work in their editor. It's time for some changes. I'll keep you posted as I'm able.
On to the Book Notes!
This is the final episode of the May Book Notes for this year. It may be the last one until September. I'm going to be working on transferring my site to one which allows me to work on it through my phone. I can't afford the upgrade here for access to that and to the live chat support. I just don't have time to wait for email responses when a problem pops up. Nor do I have the time to wait for pages to load just to have them crash while I'm working. Since this is only an issue on Weebly, I have to believe this is due to some trouble with their site, not with my own equipment or signal.
I'll keep you posted as I'm able and I'll keep posting blog articles as I'm able.
Melody Kittles writes fantasy fiction under the name Robin McElveen. She loves God, her family, the arts, a warm cup of coffee or tea, visiting friends, and collecting coffee & Pusheen items.
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