I came to Chicago on a temporary assignment in March 2016. The duration was not clear, though we suspected it could last into June or July; or maybe turn into a permanent move. The official word is out now. I will return full time to our Staten Island community. I leave here, (Chicago) the weekend of the 4th of July. How does this affect my publishing?
I expect I will be more settled in NYC. I'll have my editor proof read the current manuscript, than I can make adjustments, corrections, and so forth. I will look into a couple more illustrations. Then I should be able to do the book page layout and the 8th Birch Clump Village Reader could be ready before July is done. So, stay tuned. My Website's "Push Notification" feature
I recently added a "Push Notification" button at the bottom of all pages of my website, www.HawkDancer.com
. Visitors (such as yourself) can see that button and click it if you want to have a pop up notification when ever I have something significantly new to offer on the website. You will only see that button if your device is compatible. It does not show otherwise. "Push Notifications" pop up only on the device or devices you click the button. A push notification pops is a very short message containing the briefest announcement of what is new and provides a link if you wish to see more.
For example: If you have four internet devices, a smart phone, tablet, lap top and a desktop computer, you would have use each device in order to have the pop up of something new appear. Alternately, you can chose only one or two of those devices. Unsubscribing is easy --- just push the same button to unsubscribe (or to re-subscribe). How often and why will I send out new Push Notification messages?
Not often. I think that is good news for most people. I know I would not want insignificant messages popping up on my screen on a regular basis. But, I do like to hear from select websites if they keep the pop's to a minimum.
The most likely items I would submit to "push notification" would be when I write a new blog. Not to worry, I write very few blogs, maybe one a month if that, but sometimes twice. I would also send out a couple of push notifications once a next (new) book is published.
I will not send a push notification for my Birch Clump Village E-Newsletter. If you are not currently subscribing to the BCV E-News and would like to receive it, click here
to sign up for the letters. (Letters are different than push notifications.)