Guess what–I have a new website! Okay, so it’s not completely new. The content includes a lot of what was on the old one, and it’s still me and my books (and Will and Jane), but it’s a new design and a new format, and there IS some new stuff. I think you’ll like it. Check it out–it has cool polls and a great contest that includes an ARC of my upcoming ‘Twas the Night after Christmas as a prize and even a new excerpt of the upcoming book!
Plus, it contains my innermost, darkest secrets … okay, so it doesn’t contain that, but it still has some pretty interesting stuff, if I do say so myself.
But in the midst of all the confabs about design and content, I found myself wondering if the author website is still a relevant part of the internet for readers. After all, since the last redesign of my site, Facebook and Twitter have exploded, Pinterest has become a great place to hang out, and everybody seems to be talking about books at places like Goodreads and the Amazon discussion boards. So I want to see what y’all think, oh great goddess readers and writers. Here’s a quick quiz that will help you voice your opinions.
Everyone who answers the quiz will be put into a drawing, and one name will be drawn to receive an Advanced Reading Copy of Twas the Night after Christmas!
Sabrina Jeffries is the NYT bestselling author of a whole bunch of historical romance novels for Pocket Books and Avon Books, as well as a caffeine addict, Third Culture Kid, chocoholic, and jigsaw puzzle aficionado. Before writing as SJ, she wrote 8 historicals as Deborah Martin (now being revised and re-released) and 3 contemporary paranormal romantic suspense novels as Deborah Nicholas. Her 24th SJ book, WHAT THE DUKE DESIRES, will be out in June, and her first revised Deborah Martin re-release, BY LOVE UNVEILED, is out now!
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