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If you’re on a feed reader or something that means you’re not here on the blog in person, click through.


Click around.


Yes, the awesome folk at Thought Space Designs have given West of Mars a new look — and some streamlined navigation, as well. All new, built from the ground-up, this was the facelift a small business needs. It may have been official last year that West of Mars is a business, not one woman struggling to survive, but now… well, here’s the visuals to make sure that once you stop in, you’ll stay. Or maybe just keep coming back. Both are good.


If you’re one of those types who likes to click around and look for broken links and such, send me that feedback. My cool, amazing, mind-blowing clients have me swamped for the moment again, and well… I was never one to go bug hunting. Typos, yes. Broken links, no.


And, of course, if you like what you see, go hire Jareth and Rachel to give your blog a makeover. You’ll be glad you did.




All Quiet on the Western Front


It’s quiet over here at West of Mars. There are a couple of reasons for this.

First is that I stopped in at Shayna Gier’s blog, talking about the reaction to King Trevor’s release. Go see it… there may be a secret or two that gets revealed!

Second is that another amazing writer has found her way to me, and I’m currently helping her hone her prose from damn fine into incredible. This project will most likely take me into next week, which means very little writing or blogging will be happening.

And last… have you clicked through lately? Why not do it now? You’ll find a whole new look going on here at West of Mars. Regrettably, it came at a cost — the archives of Rocks ‘n Reads have been lost forever, and Win a Book may or may not be recoverable.

I’ll be reposting, slowly, when I have time, the book reviews I’d posted at Rocks ‘n Reads. Keep your eye on the Rock Fiction page and watch as, slowly, the links to the reviews change.

Onward and upward, my friends. Remember to pick up your copies of my books, and to contact me first when you need an edit.