And with a great sigh of relief (from me) my blog is up and running again. Yay! I hope you will agree that it’s much cleaner, easier to read, and generally just looks a lot better than before.
Being metamorphosed isn’t easy folks and if anyone tries to fool you into believing that such a change around it’s painless, well…just don’t believe them.
We’ve suffered all kinds of angst about what to put in here and what to leave out. Which fonts to use? What colour scheme? How should the heading look?
And at the back of our minds was always the greater task of building the new website, plus the adventurous plan to change my book covers and relaunch the Cornish novels.
The website and novels’ relaunch are still works in progress, but they will be available soon. I’ll be keeping you posted.
The blog still needs a few more tweaks, but I’ll be working on them. The priority was to simply launch it and make it available to my readers again.
Out there in the wider world it’s also a time for new beginnings. Today (September 23) is the first day of autumn – the Autumn Equinox.
It’s all about the tilt of the earth as it revolves around the sun. That’s the extent of my technical knowledge, but cutting to the chase, it’s a sign that winter is officially coming. So goodbye to summer.
Also on the celestial horizon in a few days time is a lunar eclipse – not just any old lunar eclipse, this event will feature a rare Supermoon, or Blood Moon.
A Supermoon is when a full Moon or new Moon coincides with the Moon’s closest approach to the Earth.
For the first time in 30 years the two events will happen at the same time, which in celestial circles is an event of mega importance.
In the skies over the UK the activity starts just before midnight on Sunday and goes on until 5.22am, with the full eclipse happening at 2.11am.
I won’t be up to see it but if you are, then why not drop back and tell us all about it?
Happy Wednesday everyone!