Sunday, 13 October 2013

Some sites to share.

Nothing much is happening in the writing world - at least my writing world. I'm plowing through the second re-write of Book of Pain and that's taking a while, so I thought I'd share a few sites some of you may not have heard of.

   Most of them are free which suits both my pocket and meaness.

Weebly   A good site which alows you to post both your novels and a blog. The set up is easy and very attractive depending upon which template you use.
  I tried to put up an image of the home page but it just keeps opening to my page and this wasn't supposed to be a blog about my blogs. But you get the picture

   The next is Bublish

This is an interesting site as it allows you to write bubbles, which are snatches of your book which sit next to the images of the cover. You are allowed to add several bubbles, giving potential readers an insight into the book, and a direct link to where they can buy them.

   I don't know whether it's polite to write about a blog site on another blog site but a new one of mine and somewhere I really like to go is: koobug

   Koobug have a good crowd and very lively forum.

   I have a few more but don't want to make this blog too long, and will continue in a few days. .


  1. Hey, Roger:

    Good sites. Thank you.

    ALso, been reading Three Hoodies Save the World and loving it.

    Hugs and chocolate,

    1. That's kind of you to say. I hope you enjoy it all.
      I have more sites to put up in a few days, plenty of places to sell our books.

  2. I enjoy Weebly. Their new set-up is certainly much easier to use than the old one. I still have to get to Bublish. It's so hard to find the time for all the websites.

  3. I know. And when we've doe these, we'll probably find five more.

  4. All three are new to me and they each look interesting, but I think Koobug is the one I will be spending time on. Thanks for sharing.

  5. You're welcome. I really do like koobug. I wish there was some way of them remembering my password. That aside, it's a great place to hang out.