We reached our 100th blog post on Friday, but I didn’t get a chance to properly welcome it in. So, today on the event of our 102nd post, I officially welcome it in!
No, that’s not all I’m posting today… did you really think I’d short change you like that? Did you really think I’d reel you in with this awesome post, only to throw you back in the sea like an soggy old boot? No way.
That’s why there’s another post coming up shortly. I hope you’ll like it!
You may have noticed one or two new changes around the blog lately. Here’s a quick rundown of what’s new:
- A brand new visual design with a crisper, cleaner look.
- A new navigation/menu bar – you’ll now find helpful articles on the grey bar beneath the menu items! You can also now access the blog’s RSS feeds directly from the menu.
- More search functionality – a new search bar at the top of the screen and a second one as you scroll through posts.
- More content – along the right-hand side of the blog, you’ll now find loads more links, articles, interviews and features which any self-respecting fantasy fan will be sure to love!
- A featured review every week – you can find this on the right-hand side of the blog. Regularly updated reviews from SFF World.com!
- Re-focused posts – you’ll find more about writing, the latest fantasy and publishing news, helpful advice/tips and even more author interviews! Sadly, I will no longer be posting new webcomic episodes to the blog’s front page, but will regularly update the webcomic’s own page. I have also tidied up the blog’s articles and scrapped certain features that didn’t quite fit in with the blog’s theme.
- Fantasy In Motion “Champion Posts” – top quality posts containing signature content unique to Fantasy In Motion! You’ll find a special badge on these posts when they crop up, so keep an eye out!
I hope you all really love the changes as much as I do. Please feel free to drop in your thoughts and suggestions below!
Just a quick little post to let you all know that I’ve got a brand new author interview on its way tomorrow. I guarantee you’ll want to check it out and you may even pick up a couple of pieces of advice for your own writing.
Until tomorrow, ciao!