A D-lux Apartment in the Sky
The move, discussed here, was not as long and arduous as I at first expected. That’s not to say that there were no issues involved in the process. I believe all my old posts have come through. I spent a few days skinning the pages to look the way I wanted. And bingo. Here I am. The site has been refreshed.
To celebrate, I will be doing a giveaway. Enter the Rafflecopter contest below for a chance to win either Boy + Bot by Ame Dyckman or The Monstore by Tara Lazar.
I am really interested to know what people think of the new look. Is it too clean? Too blue? Is it not Adam enough? Please let me know in the comments.
I’m sorry we didn’t have a chance to meet at the NJ SCBWI conference earlier this month. Good luck with your book launch!
forgot to mention–I don’t know what your site looked like before, but I like it now! I like the beach, but it’s difficult to read your name at the very top. The organization of blogs on the side makes it easy to navigate.
I also agree that the name could use a tad more space. 🙂 But otherwise, the site looks great! Very easy on the eyes!
Is it strange that I always feel like I should be eating cake or something when sites get a new look. It’s like a house (well, we do spend a lot of time on our sites, right?) getting remodeled. Be right back, I’ll have a slice of watermelon to celebrate instead. Congratulations! 😀
I’m looking forward to opening your new book in August! I like how easy your new site is to navigate.
Looks clean and sharp. Sorry, don’t know what previous version looked like, but you have a nice appearance on this one!
Very Zen like.
My first thought was; who are you and what have you done with my son.
Second thought: nice,clean lines, easy to read through. Well done.
I esp. like the smooshed together font of your name at the top.
I’m a fan of clean and crisp. Like the look!
Thanks to everyone that stopped by and left a comment. The site is still a work in progress. Please stop back on Tuesdays to see the new blog posts and to check on updates as they become integrated. Thanks again — Adam