When an author isn’t as tech savvy as they should be…

I will be the first to admit that I’m not a computer genius or even savvy when setting up a website. I would rather leave that to the experts. But when you have no one other than yourself to depend on, you just have to bite the bullet and learn. It doesn’t matter how frustrating and difficult it may be in the beginning. You’ll get ther in the end.

So here I am! This is another part of the journey in my writing career where I’ve come to realize that I cannot rely on anyone any longer other than myself. Why? Because I only get disappointed when people offer help and they don’t follow through. It has come to a point when I have stopped trusting people who say they will help. It’s better not giving a fuck about them and just blaze your own trail. You learn more in the end.

This website is as basic as it can be. I still need to add more pages and remember to connect them with links. But I have a slow computer and it can be frustrating loading pages that a slow computer and wordpress makes a turtle look like the Flash! 🙂

So I will be making mistakes along the way. I will wrack my brains asking myself how I did something really good and not be able to do it again. lol. I’m likely to create menus that don’t have pages, and pages that don’t link to each other. But what the heck…it’s a work in progress just like everything nowadays.

Okay, I’m rambling now. Gotta go.

Published by Isobelle Cate

Isobelle Cate is a woman who wears different masks. Mother-writer, wife-professional, scholar-novelist. Currently living in Manchester, she has been drawn to the little known, the secret stories, about the people and the nations: the English, the Irish, the Scots, the Welsh, and those who are now part of these nations whatever their origins. Her vision and passion are fuelled by her interest and background in history and paradoxically, shaped by growing up in a clan steeped in lore, loyalty, and legend. Isobelle is intrigued by forces that simmer beneath the surface of these cultures, the hidden passions, unsaid desires, and yearnings unfulfilled.

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