Every now and again I write little vignette-type things. They’re collected at the free fiction page, and I’ve just updated with the latest batch. Mirrored from Jenna Jones.com.
My apologies to anyone who got spammed by updates. I was tryinhg to import posts from Like driving at night and got a bunch of posts from my publisher’s blog instead. Boy is my face red! Mirrored from Jenna Jones.com.
I decided to remove the contact page. I was getting far too much spam from it and not enough actual contact. You can contact me by leaving a comment to any open blog post or using the contact information on my About page. Mirrored from Jenna Jones.com.
From dark and graphic-based to bright and text-only here at JennaJones.com. I’ve had an itch for a new layout for a while now, so I decided to try something completely different. (It was either this or rearrange my furniture.) Edit: And then I fell madly in love with another theme. I am nothing if not … Continue reading Time for a change again
I’ve been slacking. I’ve been preoccupied with a few things: the amazonfail fiasco, finishing a big project (a fandom thing that will be posted some time in June), editing Apples & Gin (also out sometime in June, I’ll post the release date once I know what it is)—so the exercises for 31dbbb haven’t been a … Continue reading 31 days to a better blog: catching up
Today’s assignment is another toughie: analyze another top blog in your niche and figure out what you can emulate in order to improve your own blog. Top blogs in my niche . . . my first thought is Neil Gaiman, who talks about life and writing, and posts pictures of his dogs and kids and … Continue reading 31 days to a better blog: day 4
Promotion. You know, there’s a reason why I belong to a group on Facebook called “How to Promote Your Book If You’re Introverted, Socially Inept, Badly Organized or Simply Modest.” This is the most useful method I have available, I think: the RSS feed: have notifications of new entries automatically delivered to your RSS reader … Continue reading 31 days to a better blog: day 3
Today’s assignment is to write a list post, so here’s my list: Top 5 favorite books on writing that I own Bird by Bird by Anne Lamott. This is a best-beloved book for many writers I know: it’s not so much about how to make a plot, but also how to deal with editing, interruptions, … Continue reading 31 days to a better blog: day 2
The elevator pitch: what your blog is about in ten words or less. What’s the problem or need this blog addresses: readers want to know more about my books, so this site provides information about retailers, reviews, and new releases, preferably in the prettiest manner I can find. Who’s the audience: readers of gay romance. … Continue reading 31 days to a better blog: day 1
I’ve decided to participate in the 31 days to build a better blog project, because I wouldn’t mind having a better blog. There are some exercises involved, which I intend to post here if they’re applicable. I think about this blog a lot but I don’t post terribly often, as I’m sure Constant Readers have … Continue reading 31 days to a better blog