Check It Out – Throughout the Website

Check it outI realized this week that people who check out this news blog on my website, might not be aware of other things happening on other sections of the site – especially if I don’t mention it on the main blog. So I’ve come up with this new method of making general announcements.

“Check It Out” will point out new things added to the site over a recent stretch of time. Right now, I’m just going to point out some things added to the site fairly recently – or that have been updated. I just completed a massive revision of the site, moving content from HTM pages to the various WordPress platforms on the site. It gives the site a more unified look and much, much easier to update. Each of these notifications will have the graphic check mark as the post image (though they will all look slightly different – must have variety, after all).

With that in mind, here are some recent things for you to check out (and I hope you enjoy them!) —

First off, for my editing and writing consulting information, the page has been totally revised and updated, including an updated rates page worked out on word count now, rather than page count (except for scripts).

On the Graphics blog, I posted a preview of some (quick) digital artwork I did to illustrate a Arveniem short story I’ll be posting soon.

Back in March, I posted a collective review of Chuck Dixon’s novel series Bad Times. Given that I just finished reading the latest volume, I’m going to have to update that review.

So, my visitors will in the future be able to use the “Check It Out” posts for what’s going on elsewhere on the site.


About Sarah Beach

Now residing in Las Vegas, I was born in Michigan and moved to Texas when 16. After getting my Masters degree in English, I moved to Hollywood, because of the high demand for Medievalists (NOT!). As a freelance writer and editor, Nevada offers better conditions for the wallet. I love writing all sorts of things, and occasionally also create some artwork.
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