A Website of My Own

FireworksWelcome! As you can probably guess from the fireworks, I’m excited to launch my very own website. For some reason I have always wanted to have a website of my own, even if there was no reason for it. But this one does have a reason! Three actually:

– I want to have somewhere consistent that I can update others on how my writing projects are going (via blog posts and the nifty progress bars to the right).

– I want to hear feedback about my progress (via blog comments and the “Contact Me” page).

– And, to be totally honest, I want to start getting a following. That way when I become a published author I will have a community of people to be excited with me!

I have had a Twitter account for quite some time and I recently made myself a Facebook page (you can “follow” and “like” each of those in the sidebar). But I found that Twitter’s 140 characters were limiting and that Facebook’s layout was not quite what I wanted, so my husband and I set about creating a place where I had more space to write and more freedom in how I used said space. I will continue to use my social media accounts for updates and fun things I find on the Internet, but for my more in-depth updates I will be using this space!

If you want to know more about me and how I first got into writing, you can check out the “About Me” section of my website by clicking the link in the menu bar above.

Now, I am off to continue making progress on my novel, so that I can update my progress bars!

About the author

Leetah Begallie

Leetah is a writer and graphic designer who lives on Vancouver Island in Beautiful British Columbia. She enjoys reading, hiking, and spending time with her husband (Matt), her dog (Isla), and her three pet rats (Avi, Lily, and River).

She writes mostly fantasy but enjoys tying in other genres to her stories.

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