Along with my blogs, I have a website which, from time to time, needs updating, and this time around it was a real doozy as I migrated it to a new, and much better, platform.
Some of you may be wondering why an author needs both a website and a blog. It's because each serves a different purpose. As someone once explained to me, a website is like wearing formal business attire, while a blog is more like a pair of blue jeans. In other words, your website is more professional and, in my opinion, the best place for prospective readers to find out more about your books, quickly and easily. My website address is printed on the back of all my book covers and a link is included in my ebook editions. I can also control the SEO much easier with my website than I can with my blogs.
My blogs are where I talk in detail about my writing and my books, and where I can engage more one-on-one with readers. Links to my blogs are included on my website, and I post links to my blog posts on social media. And while blogs are more personal, someone who's simply looking for more information about me, or my books, may find blogs problematic as they may think they have to weed through dozens of articles to find what they're looking for. This is why I have both a website, and a blog.
My website is goodoakpress.com, and I hope you'll stop by and take a look.