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9 Sandvox sites tagged “fiction”

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

God When He's Drunk

God When He's Drunk

“It is intended to publicize and promote my latest book, God When He's Drunk, a collect of award winning stories published by Two Cultures Press and available on Amazon.” — Ken Stange

Chris Bradford

Chris Bradford

“I created my website in less than 4 days as I was under pressure to complete before my wife gave birth to our second child!” — Chris Bradford

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

A.J. Aaron Online

A.J. Aaron Online

“When the people that knew me saw this website over the last one they finally realized that I truly do make my living as a writer now. The old website just didn't leave that impression to them or to strangers.” — A.J. Aaron

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

Steve Trotter

Steve Trotter

“I designed my website to introduce RESURRECTED (book #1 in the Adam Wolf Thriller series).” — Steve Trotter

Ross Racine - art

Ross Racine - art

“I choose a grayscale design because my work is already grayscale. I prefer a design that doesn't interfere with the artwork.” — Ross Racine

Fernwood Writers Workshops

Fernwood Writers Workshops

“My current Sandvox design has colours that match my emblem photograph: a fern and a piece of driftwood.” — Karen Lee Pickett