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Author Topic: My website - MichelleGwynnJones.com  (Read 853 times)
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« on: September 25, 2017, 06:18:55 PM »




My website, http://michellegwynnjones.com/ (also NewGraceNews.com), is a fictional newspaper about and for the faux characters living in my imaginary setting. Although written as news articles they are actually short stores - some funny, some not.

I know it is not traditional, but it is something I really enjoy doing.

Through Breaking News, On the Town and Home and Garden my characters keep each other appraised of what is happening in their county and hopefully entertain the readers. On my website I like to discuss the art of fiction writing; how I approach it and what does and does not work for me under the category of The Publisher’s Pen – sought of my version of a newspaper’s editorial page.


Has it gathered me a great following? No. My hope is that if, NO WHEN, I am a famous author my fans will have someplace interesting to go and interact with me, and my characters. If you don’t dream big what’s the point of dreaming?


I was wondering if anyone here blogs or guest blogs on subjects other than writing – gardening, crafts, the great outdoors.


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