Soft-opening for my “new” website

Hey there, Family, Friends, and Fans…

Long time, no blogging. Having spent more time than I care to admit researching, learning, and revising this site, I’m quietly sharing the news that I think it’s about done. Perhaps. Maybe.

I would love for a few of you kind souls to click on the links, check out the pages, make sure the menu works, and let me know if you find any problems before I start promoting it in earnest. Please.

If all works, I intend to start my weekly blogging schedule again after WORDfest on March 24. I have a couple posts lined up in the shoot, and look forward to introducing some new tricks I’ve picked up–including, but not limited to, my first (albeit probably bad) vlog which I did over NaNoWriMo/November 2017.

Hoping this works…




7 thoughts on “Soft-opening for my “new” website”

  1. Looks great! Love the pictures! The only thing I ran into was difficulty reading the black lettering on the purple on my phone. I had to enlarge it section to see the letters but it may just be my eyes. Hugs!! Love the purple, by the way.

    Sent from my iPhone

      1. It was actually a teal lettering that I had for the menu against the dark purple. But I changed it to a dove gray, so it’s not quite white but I think it’ll stand out.

  2. Hi, Kathryn,

    Looking over your “soft-opening”. Looking forward to Why is that Dog in Here. A book needing to be written for humans attached to moronic insensitivity.

    I’ll keep reading and keep giving you my feedback.



  3. Part II – Soft-Open Feedback

    Read the link on Service Dogs, and specifically about Gizmo. Excellent information with just the right tone. I thoroughly enjoyed the way you would not answer the question about finding a service vest for an untrained dog. I know a few who need that education stuffed into their brains via their ears. Have also liked Giz’ FB page, and just re-shared. I’ll keep sharing your posts on him. Seriously cool dog.

    Will keep reading. So far, I’m finding your website easy to navigate and interesting to read.

    Thank you.


    1. Yay! Thanks Michelle. I was hoping to talk with you at WGT tonight, but didn’t feel well enough to attend.

      Would you be interested and available to beta reading the nonfiction SD book for me?
      Hoping it will be ready by end of April. MS draft almost complete. Will be approx 75k words. That gives me April for a good going over and revision pass before the betas get it.

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