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Winds of Change at Aware & Fair

Site Announcement:

I’ll be changing things here at the site by combining a few interests and projects. I want to focus on fiction writing, but will still curate real-life progressive politics and activism (which play in the background of my stories).

With a snarl of blogs and social networking accounts, which I have already expanded and pruned many times, I’m trying to find a nice streamlined workflow. Meanwhile, Fauzia Burke, author of Online Marketing for Busy Authors, says book writers should set up an author’s website well in advance of (God willing) publishing a book. So…

The web address here is changing to joannchateau.com — and will serve as my author website. It will include posts related to my broader personal interests, while still embracing activism and the progressive movement. I hope my dear Aware & Fair readers will continue to follow me!

As I shift over to an author’s perspective, I’ll be experimenting and trying different things. However, I expect to post and curate on topics like:

  • The Chester Chronicles (my stories)
  • Writing and blogging
  • Dogs and animal welfare
  • Progressive politics and activism

I don’t think the new web address will affect WordPress followers. For other people, expect it to change by September 7th. Meanwhile, I’ll be experimenting with different themes and site organization.

A lot of you are are poets, novel and/or non-fiction writers, and original blog content authors — if you have any helpful tips, I’m all ears!

Here’s to the winds of change… Happy blogging, everyone!

About the author

JoAnn Chateau

JoAnn Chateau likes progressive politics and loves the canines. She sometimes writes fiction about Chester (the Alpha Bichon) and his friends -- with a dash of humor and dab of Poli-Sci. JoAnn's views and insights are tinted by her past profession in Counseling, Christian theological studies, and Library and Information Science training. Retired now, JoAnn enjoys the creative life.

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