Summer Construction

Ohio is the land of orange barrels in the summer. If we have a stretch of highway longer than a mile, chances are it will be under construction between May and September at least once.

A couple of readers have pointed out to me recently that my template and format weren’t really very conductive to them getting what they wanted from my site. With that in mind, I’m going to be making a number of changes over the next week, starting with the template and shooting for the sky… or at least a format that lets people pick and choose which words they read and how.

Keep an eye out for the changes, especially if you read this with an RSS reader rather than coming straight to the site. I’ll be parsing out Muse Medicine, my personal stuff, and my writing stuff into three separate streams, so people who want the one without the other can get it.

Further, Muse Medicine will be opening its doors again very soon in full, with more active involvement and plot-bunny pieces as well as author Q&A. This will, of course, be dependent on how much energy the old ticker leaves me and how much of that limited supply my family and writing demand, but I hope to have Muse Medicine columns up at least bi-weekly.

And in the meantime, mind the barrels.

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2 Responses to Summer Construction

  1. I love the new look! And I’m looking forward to new issues of Muse Medicine – they are always useful.

  2. arizela says:

    Thanks, Deb! Glad my photo didn’t scare you away 😉

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