Sunday, 15 March 2015

The Next Step...

Well I've embarked on the next stage in my writing career.

Nothing major, but if you try to find my blog in the next few days and it says it's not there, don't worry, it will only be temporary; the likely cause will be me, struggling to get my recently purchased domain name attached to my blog.

If only we were able to swallow a pill and, as a result, instantly understand the instructions that go with these important tasks.

I actually have two domains, one for me, and one for Serena, but I won't be using the latter for a few months yet.

While I've been trying to get on with my current work in progress- the contemporary romance- Serena's stories have temporarily taken a back seat.

Her ideas and characters are still simmering and developing, so there's lots to look forward to...

So keep your fingers crossed, and if it all works I'll be posting as usual on Thursday, if not, I'll post when I can...

If anyone has applied their domain to their blog, and has any useful tips, either comment below, or email me. You can use the contact form on the right hand side of the page.

Thanks. :-)






8 comments:

Patsy said...

I have a domain but haven't done anything with it yet. Good luck getting yours sorted out.

Maria said...

Good luck Carol, I hope it goes smoothly for you. Be fearless woman, you can do it!

Carolb said...

At least you have your domain, even if you haven't used it yet, Patsy. :)

Carolb said...

I'm stocking up on coffee and sandwiches ready to start the process, Maria. :D

lizy-expat-writer said...

As today's 17th March I shall wish you the best of Irish luck!

Rosemary Gemmell said...

Look forward to seeing you back with your domain name in place, Carol! I only bought one for my website, www.rosemarygemmell.com, and that was through webs itself who I used for the site. Easy and fairly inexpensive.

Carolb said...

Now ready to do the final stage- fingers crossed.

Carolb said...

I'm now ready for the final stage, so hopefully it will work- I missed one full stop out of an important bit in the DNS management, and it had to be redone and the process started again.