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Welcome to the new EDIWTB!

Welcome! This is the new home of EDIWTB! I have my own domain now (http://www.everydayiwritethebookblog.com/), and a brand-new design, and I am officially now a WordPress blog.

If you have been subscribing to my blog via Feedblitz, you don’t have to do anything. I will redirect your subscription to this new address. If you subscribe via an RSS feed, please add the new feed address: http://www.everydayiwritethebookblog.com//feed/. You can also click on the icon on the right (under “Follow”), which will show you the new feed address.

I now have a complete index of reviews, which contains links to every review I have posted. Posts are also now categorized and more easily shareable across a wider range of platforms.

I will leave the old Typepad site up for a few weeks and will then deactivate it.

Many, many thanks to Lauren Thomson of Lauren Thomson Design, who was incredibly patient with me over the last month or so. She came up with the design for the blog, and worked on an infinite number of drafts and trials before getting the blog to its final state. She is very resourceful – and is also a book lover – so she understood and accommodated my idiosyncratic (and irrational?) preferences.  Lauren is also a WordPress goddess.

Thanks also to my non-techie husband, who didn’t bat an eye when I asked for a blog migration and redesign for my birthday.

Big Changes Here at EDIWTB in 2012!

Hi EDIWTB readers!

I have exciting news. EDIWTB is getting a redesign! Yay! I am moving the blog from Typepad to WordPress (yes, FINALLY), and doing a redesign in the process. The blog will be in the capable hands of a highly-recommended designer, Lauren Thomson, who is going to make the site not only pretty and easy to navigate, but also search-engine optimized and self-hosted!

I will be moving the blog eventually to everydayiwritethebookblog.com, so stay tuned for instructions on how to migrate your subscriptions. I hope that you will all stick with me for the move – I’d hate to lose readers in the process. I know that the end product will be worth the inconvenience.

For those of you who have migrated a blog before, any tips or pointers for me?

So stay tuned. This won’t happen for several weeks – I will give you lots of warning. And I promise finally to provide an index of reviews so that you can finally find reviews of books from years back.

Thanks for sticking with me for the last five years (!) – good things are on the way.