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GLBT Bookshelf Wiki pages without the learning curve?
Wish you didn't have to spend your precious writing time on the admin side of things? Well, here's one part of the process you can outsource easily - let me build your GLBT Bookshelf pages for you.
Mel's put together a great list of resources here about how you can set up your own wiki pages, but there's no getting away from the fact that doing it yourself does take up some of your time. Don't have the time to spare? - let me build your GLBT Bookshelf pages for you.
No learning curve, no more claims on your time, just a couple of emails and a paypal payment - how easy is that?
$10 gets you your author page and pages for up to five books set up and indexed. It will be $2.50 for each page after that.
Drop me an email at alex.draven.writes at gmail dot com
It's pretty much that simple - email me and ask me to set up pages, and we'll go from there.
Well - almost that simple.
Firstly, I recommend that, as well as emailing me, you hit the 'register' button at the top of this page and apply for a wiki account, even if you never plan to use it. A wiki account gives you access to add, edit, and comment on pages here. At the moment GLBT Bookshelf Administrators are the only people who can set up accounts, and if I'm going to set up resources about you and your books here, I'd feel more comfortable knowing that, if both they and I get eaten by velociraptors, you have your own set of keys to access those resources.
Secondly, I'll need to know what information you want to show up on those pages - if you have a website, I can take most everything from there. If you don't, then I should be able to find the information / cover art / etc from your publishers' sites, or your blog, or your myspace - if I know where to look. Either way, links are pretty much essential. If you'd like to include anything in your pages that's not already online, just let me know. However please do NOT send me large image files - send me links to the images instead!
Thirdly, unless you ask me to do something different, it's likely that your pages will end up looking a fair bit like the one of the ones I've already done, for example: my own books, Tory Temple, and Chris Owen. I can, of course, come up with a custom layout just for you, but please let me know that that's what you're after in that initial email.
So - ready to get 'Set up glbt bookshelf pages' off your to-do list and on to mine?
Drop me an email at alex.draven.writes at gmail dot com and let's get started.