So my good news: I have finally finished building SpyThrillers.org, something I've been working on for about a year. (Learning how to work a content management thingamabob has been ... an education.) There's not a lot of books in the database yet, but that's the easy part.
It's not going live until July 1, after I've added a few more books. I think, I hope, I pray, I'm crossing my fingers, and I'm knocking on wood, that everything works right now.
Did I mention it's not totally done? I will have more than three authors up by next week. :-)
I would TOTALLY consider it a HUGE favor if you'd hop over to The Spy Books Drop Site and click around, see if anything's broken or slow or whatever.
There is one really cool thing there right now: an interview with Brett Battles. Brett's second book, The Deceived, came out today! I'm loving it so far. His voice is really strong, and I love the way it opens. Can't wait to read the rest!
The other thing: I can't think of a title for the site. Is The Spy Books Drop Site too corny? Do most people know what a drop site is? Have any other ideas?
So ... what do you think? Do I look okay in this
If you want to read why I built this site, you can check it out on the Spy Books Blog.
(If you want to know my real agenda, then I'll tell you tomorrow, here. :-)