Cemetery Gallery

By October 1, 2014

Glenwood Cemetery, Houston TexasThe new cemetery gallery is up, you guys!  Check it out!

Right now it only has my photographs from Glenwood Cemetery in Houston so I’m counting on you all to help fill it up!  I’d love to have cemetery photographs from all over the world!

Just click on the link and a form will pop up where you can upload your photographs and any info you want to include about them.

This will be fun!

I’ve incorporated a lot of the other ideas we discussed as well.  I’ve moved the blog to the homepage and if you’ll notice in the right sidebar, there is a meter where you can track the progress on my current books.  Not only will it keep you up to date, but I’m hoping it will give me incentive to increase my production because a static progress meter is just sad.  🙁

You’ll also find any breaking news in the sidebar right beneath the meter with more detailed information on the News page.

In The Graveyard Queen section, I’ve added a PDF file of gravestone symbols and meanings that you can print out and take with you on your cemetery excursions.

In the ABOUT section, I’ve added a For Readers page where you’ll find my reading recommendations, as well as a printable list of all my books.  Also under the ABOUT section is a For the Media page where high resolution images can be downloaded and a For Taphophiles page, which I plan to expand.  Some of you asked for writing tips, story background and inspiration, etc. and all of that will be coming soon under For Writers.

Last but not least is a ubiquitious Mailing List signup form (at the bottom of every page and at the top of the homepage).  If you would be so kind as to sign up for my newsletter, I pinkie swear I won’t spam you!

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Join the discussion 6 Comments

  • Carla Lewis says:

    I LOVE THE NEW WEBSITE!! So user friendly and informative. And of course I will be signing up for the newsletter. My favorite is the status bar…so I know how long I have to wait for the next book. 🙂

  • Amanda says:

    Oh, good, I’m so glad you like it!!! All the advice and suggestions I got were so helpful!!

  • Cathey says:

    I can’t tell you how thrilled all the changes and information make me. As a fan of your books, I’m on the edge of my seat waiting for your next offering. As a taphophile, I can’t wait to look at the info. My fingers are itching to pick up the camera and get back to graveyards, both previously explored and as yet unexplored! ::squeeeeeee::

    • Amanda says:

      So glad you like the changes!! I think the taphophile section can grow into something really special. I’m headed to Charleston in a few weeks. Can’t wait to add those photographs to the gallery! 🙂

  • Cheryl Ann says:

    Ms. Stevens ~ you are an amazing author. You pull us in to Amelia’s world within the first few pages. I’ll be looking for your “Tips for Writers” as for the question of The Sinner vs The Resurrectionsts. The Resurrectionists…………definitely.

    • Amanda says:

      Thank you! What a wonderful compliment! It’s good to be back in Amelia’s world. I was gone for too long. 🙂

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