She Can See Has Her Own Website
When I decided on the title for ‘She Can See’, I did what any author today would do; I checked to see if the domain name was available. It was, hallelujah!
When I registered it, I didn’t have enough content, nor a clear enough direction to justify building the site.
Now that I am closing in on 20,000 words of the novel, I can use shecansee.com.
One thing I’m usually interested in when I read a novel is the back-story; ‘Where did the characters come from?’ ‘What did the author decide to exclude and why?’ Especially interesting to me is, ‘How much does the author draw from personal experiences to create the scenes, characters and action in the book?’
I’m know that some people, if only a few, have a similar curiosity about a book they have read or are reading. Brian Lamb, host of C-Span’s ‘Booknotes‘ has done us a service by writing by about the lives of authors. Although the authors primarily write non-fiction, it can be very insightful.
I surprised myself the other day when I read through the completed portion of She Can See and realized that some of the situations and people were those I had encountered in the past. They are real, but their names and other specifics have been changed.
Get the Back-story
If you want to know the back-story of She Can See, hop over to the site and sign up for my email updates. Since the information I am sharing/revealing is much more personal, it will be made available only to those who are interested enough to sign up. Visit SheCanSee.com
Note (12-4-12): Things have since I originally wrote this post last March. First, I put the writing of ‘She Can See on pause so that I could focus on my plein air street ministry. Next, I am consolidating all my web sites; ‘She Can See’, ‘The Booklands’, ‘Hollywood Backlots’, ‘Altar Easel’ (plus a few others) and pointing them back to keni.com. Better focus and much less work.