I know I probably don’t need to be worrying about this quite yet.  But I just can’t help it.  I’ve been thinking a lot about a website.  I know at some point I’ll need to build one and purchase a domain.

There’s an application on my Mac that will help me to design my website.  I’ve taken a class on the program.  There are others still to take.  I’ve been playing around with it a bit.  It’s definitely nowhere near ready.

The problem is, there’s not much to a site when you’re unpublished.  I mean, there’s the welcome page, the about me page, and I can do a blog feed page.

But what else do I put in there?

Jasper Fforde’s website has a ton of stuff on there.  It’s all related to his books.  It’s fabulous.  There is a wealth of information on there.  It sort of makes me scared to ever put up a website.

J.K. Rowling’s website is great, too.  There was always so much to discover there, especially leading up to the release of each book.

Tamora Pierce’s website is straightforward, but very informative.  I like its simplicity.  Things are easy to find, there’s not much by way of extra information.  (Which is neither good nor bad.  Just different.)

Q4U: What’s your favorite author website?  Why?