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14 Sandvox sites tagged “novel”

The Heart Doctor

The Heart Doctor

“I wanted to be able to introduce potential fiction authors to the concept of the crowd sourced novel. Those authors needed to know the plot of the romance novel and to understand the motivations of the characters in the romance novel itself. I was able to interest authors by placing graphics of...” — Millard Johnson

Desert Palm Press

“Desert Palm Press publishes books for lesbians. Learn about Desert Palm Press books available now, Desert Palm Press authors, how to contact the publisher and obtain information about Desert Palm Press authors.” — AJ Adaire

ND Richman

“I wanted a design that was simple with straight lines, no pictures, not childish or too serious or too bright, and a slight artistic flair. I found all of this in "Outside the Lines" with a green border.” — N. David Rvachew

Rhea Rhodan

Rhea Rhodan

“Choosing the appropriate Sandvox theme took more time than setting up the site! It's very important to me that my web site reflect my personal style and the style of my writing. It also has to be easy to read and navigate.” — Rhea Rhodan

Molly Ringle

Molly Ringle

“The email contact form wasn't working right for me, so I inserted the raw HTML of the contact form I'd been using in my previous version of my pages. Seems to look all right and works!” — Molly Ringle

Simulated Candle Flame

Simulated Candle Flame

“I found this product while on a factory trip in China. It occurred to me that this novel approach to a real looking candle flame would allow this product to integrated safely into all sorts of applications. The finished product could have significant value added here in Canada through the use of...” — Roy Aspden

Sleeping Dogs: The Thriller

Sleeping Dogs: The Thriller

“I incorporated some materials from a former version of the site on iWeb. I also created a Rogue's Gallery for photos, a News section in place of the typical blog, and a section for posting samples of my writing efforts.” — John Wayne Falbey

Peter Twohig

Peter Twohig

“This website has been around. When I first got my book deal with HarperCollins, I went looking for a platform building software. I actually built three websites, using Sandvox, Rapidweaver and Wordpress, and actually published them to see what they were like to work with. In spite of the other two...” — Peter Twohig

Defenders of Rades - A Novel

Defenders of Rades - A Novel

“I used the Amazon link to the purchase page of my novel. I added photo pages for each of my characters.” — Carol Blackhurst

Linda Katmarian, Author

Linda Katmarian, Author

“I'm a novice, but I created my own collage for my banner. For main tabs, I use pages with a side panel. For topics, I use a plain page with no side panel. I used some of the content from my blog to help build content.” — Linda Katmarian

The Official Site of George M. Moser

The Official Site of George M. Moser

“My website is for information about my upcoming novels. My first novel is called Nine Lives and will be published early 2012. I am an author of horror and thrillers.” — George M. Moser

Anne Brooke

Anne Brooke

“Since my new Sandvox website was published, I have had several readers of my work contact me to say how much they loved the new improved look. Thank you, Sandvox!” — Anne Brooke

A Stone on Their Cairn / Clach air An Càrn — A Cape Breton Saga

A Stone on Their Cairn / Clach air An Càrn — A Cape Breton Saga

“My website features a fair amount of video and audio media, but I was not entirely happy with QuickTime, as I kept receiving complaints (especially from Windows users) that they were unable to view videos. So I purchased Mac software to convert movies and audio clips to Flash, and used Sandvox's...” — Stuart Fraser

Alistair Forrest - History's treasure brought to life

Alistair Forrest - History's treasure brought to life

“My first radio interview about my book was on Radio Europa Mediterraneo (REM FM) and the host of The Book Show had obviously browsed my website. The very first question she asked referred to an obscure book I wrote 25 years ago, which was mentioned somewhere on the site. So I was not only...” — Alistair Forrest