So I was told in rather sweetly understated terms from my publicist that my website needed work.
She wasn't quite so direct nor blunt (her advice was super supportive and constructive), but I read between the lines. I stood back and looked at what I had, and made that "Who farted?" face. It no longer worked for me. I've had this website in its current incarnation for nearly five years, and it was time for it to get a face lift.
Plus, given my new novel Screens will be coming out this year, it felt like a good chance to up my game, to bust out a new look and feel for a new adventure in publishing.
So I've brushed off the cobwebs, reworked the graphics, and am working diligently to prop up my interactive fiction section just as son as I can.
It feels good to get my hands dirty and get this site shining a bit. I'd gotten a wee bit complacent, but my publicist's ever-supportive advice and guidance got me off my duff and back in the game.