Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Website up and Running

I finally have my website up and running. Check it out at berylreichenberg.com. For a sample of my children's stories go to page 4 and page 5.
I'm writing new titles all the time and recently completed a book entitled "Camouflage" about how animals in the wild camouflage themselves. Reports from my test audience (my grandchildren and other small ones) have been very positive. Whenever I develop a new story, I always see now this audience likes the book and look for ways it can be improved by their comments. I find children are very truthful critics, no sugar coating here.

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John Brantingham said...

Creating a website seems a hassle at first, but it can be as challenging and creative as writing a book. And what a great way to connect directly with your readers. I wish that I had the ability to write to my favorite authors when I was a kid. Now, of course, I follow Lawrence Block and others on facebook. Great stuff you have going there.

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Beryl Reichenberg said...

Thank you to all of you who chose to comment on my latest blog entry. Website design is certainly an overwhelming prospect at first with a steep learning curve. One wishes one had a 12 year old at hand to help at critical times, and I did have help from my son who is a software engineer. Still if you haven't already done so, I would encourage you to develop and set up a website. It is a good way to communicate with your audience. It also helped me to clarify my focus about how I wanted to communicate with that audience and how I wanted to present myself. So go for it!

DEWHURST TOULSON said...

I find children are very truthful critics, no sugar coating here.
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Beryl Reichenberg said...

Some of my books my grandchildren love and some they read and then move on. It's an individual thing. As adults, there are some books that we connect with and some we don't . I try to show my stories to a variety of children to gauge their reactions and find those reactions vary. But I always know that whatever the reaction, it is an honest one. Thanks for your comment, Beryl