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THE WRITER'S MIND - THE JOURNEY
Spicing Up The Port
|I get bored with stuff after awhile. So, I went to my neatly planned and laid out Port(folio) and completely revamped it!
'Kay! Here are my thoughts. Even though putting everything in order sounds technical and logical, my most read piece is my WilliamWriter Blog. So, instead of putting my major works first, I put my blogs and blogs' support first and prominent on the Port.
Then, instead of hiding all my poetry behind folders, I put nine of my favorite poems right out front. I know that I have three up top with my profile, but this exposes more titles.
I removed all those neat "divisional folders" whose sole purpose was to try to divide my Port into three major themes. These were Writing, Reviewing, and Reference. I can still put things in categories, but I remove the labels and am conscious of what area I put things in my Port. However, I want to let the titles speak for themselves so readers do not have to figure out my system.
I tried to remove as many folders as possible so that the works shine and are not hidden. Folders do have a purpose because if everything was front and center, readers would be confused and lost as they tried to swim the seas of the many items. I worked through a lot of give and take to get a proper balance. I will have to see how this works.
I plan to do a lot more writing in the near future. After all, this is a writing site! I joined to write. I have been coasting over the past year, so it is time to get back on task.
I hope to get back to "How to Read a Novel" tonight or tomorrow. My first Grandchild was born on the 24th of April and I am going over to my son's house to help out today. But, I did want to spend some time getting the most out of my Port!
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