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      1. Don’t get too excited yet. Sadly, I still haven’t seen a comment box anywhere else. I’ll look some more when I have a few minutes, though. It’s so much better when everything is interactive and visitors feel like it’s a community they want to be part of. I’ll get back to you if I figure anything else out. πŸ™‚

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  1. HI, Sue. I’m looking for the link, too. I’ve gotten alerts in the past but can’t seem to figure out how to comment. I thought maybe the author’s name would be linked, but it doesn’t appear to be. I’ll see if I can figure it out.

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    1. Yes – the alerts are only to let folks know that a new Meet & Greet has gone up. Once they go directly to the Meet & Greet page (the front of the blog), there is a comment box at the very bottom. I know it’s not ideal – and I might end up paying someone at WordPress to help me out and re-design at some point. (because I’m clueless when it comes to web design and computers.)

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      1. Aha! I found the interview and enjoyed it. Several of her favorite fantasy authors are mine as well (T.H. White, Jim Butcher, and I’ve enjoyed some Cassandra Clare). I also really like what she had to say about the responsibility writers have to their readers. I’m sorry I couldn’t find a way to comment on the post.

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    1. Sue, if you keep all the authors on the same page, the only way to comment is to scroll all the way down to the bottom, and then, your comment isn’t specific to the author you want to address. Also, when you say “Front Page,” do you mean Home Page? I can’t find a link for one of those, either. I SO wish I could sit down with you and see if I could help a bit, but alas. The spirit is willing–the distance, formidable. πŸ™„

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      1. You do have a nice index of each author, but none of their names link to their Meet & Greet posts. That would be one way of making it work better, perhaps???

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      2. Yes!! Home page. You see? That’s how lame I am with this. It would be great to have you help!! But, yes, I’m in the middle of Illinois and I imagine the logistics are quite improbable. I think I’m going to get a hold of a design person at WordPress to assist me through a reconfiguring of the site before too long. That’s the only realistic option I can see

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  2. I hope they can help you, because I think it would really make your blog more accessible and draw in more followers. You definitely need links at the top (in the header) for Home Page, About, Meet & Greet, etc. It looks great, and you’re doing super with your content. It’s just the accessibility that slows things down for visitors. I’m SURE someone can give you some advice for a few simple changes that would make all the difference. GOOD LUCK!! πŸ€—πŸ’—

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    1. Thank you, Marcia! (and thank YOU Mae!) Believe me, there are things I know…and there are things I DO NOT know and I’m getting to the age where the line between the two is more than clear. Gardens, computers, web design, math, spiders….I need all the help I can get! LOL. Thank you!

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      1. If we knew it ALL, our heads would be so crammed, they’d explode! So don’t worry about those things you don’t understand. Consider them safety zones … they’re saving your skull! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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