Tuesday, January 01, 2008

New Website Design

It's up! Go look: www.ormelling.com. My gorgeous new website. A great way to start the new year which promises all sorts of wonderful things including the publication of the last Chronicle of Faerie in America (Fall Season), a new book being written, and something equally amazing which I can't talk about yet. Watch this space. Meanwhile, like the two-headed god Janus for whom this month is named, I am looking backward and forward in order to thank two brilliant webmasters: Piers who created my very first website and Terry Findlay who is my new webmaster. Thank you both!

6 comments:

Kristen Black said...

I lov the new website! it's great! and im a HUGE FAN! in the last 2 years, i'v read 19,674 pages! from 2005-2007!books just really bring my spirit into the book, like im there! thats why im writing my own!

OR Melling said...

Thanks for your response and good luck with your own writing!

Maggie Stiefvater said...

Hi! I just wanted to pop in and say I just finished reading The Summer King . . . it's got lovely atmosphere. The way you worked in the names of places was just . . . magical.

In fact, we're sort of chatting about it (in a roundabout way) on the group blog, Fangs, Fur & Fey (I don't know if you've considered joining, but I hope you will -- just make sure you drop them an e-mail first to tell them who you are) and it would be very cool to have your input on your thought process. http://community.livejournal.com/fangs_fur_fey/255082.html

Oh no! I've become one of those commenters that puts links in their comments! Forgive me!

Laura said...

Oooh, it's simply lovely! I love all those misty shades of blue used on your website - so wonderfully faerie ;).

OR Melling said...

Thanks y'all for great comments. So glad you like the new site design! Maggie, I popped over to your group blog and found it fascinating. Love to hear writers talking about writing. But I'm afraid I simply can't join as I barely have the time to keep up my own blogs! Best wishes for your work.

Maggie Stiefvater said...

That's okay! Thanks for looking and thanks for your kind words.