I’ve worked as a professional website developer for more than two decades. Here is but a small sample of my website work. (Also visit my Writing Samples page for a rounded view of my skills.)
- Visit the site.
- This site serves a non-profit organization of more than 1500 members. It requires flexibility and ease of use because an ever-changing array of users add content to it.
- Requires strong security because it is often the target of hackers.
- WordPress installation.
- Visit the site
- A Shopify store, this site offers merchandise related to writing and writers. It belongs to the WilyWriters.NET community.
- Built on Shopify with a purchased theme.
- SEO focused.
- Visit the site.
- This is the community component of Wily Writers. It is a paid membership site that servers writers of dark fiction. It has members-only content, forums, and profiles.
- WordPress installation with the Thesis/Focus theme.
- Visit the site.
- A company website for the video-game developer Games Omniverse.
- The site has three main areas, each strongly branded, including the company itself, the Dire Multiverse product line, and Danika Dire (a video game).
- WordPress installation with purchased theme.
- Wrote SEO content.
- Visit the shop.
- A Shopify store where they sell their products.
- I have strong writing skills geared toward reaching and retaining an audience.
- My fiction bibliography
- Twine Interactive Fiction, made to promote a product release: Drooburt’s Last Wintersday
- Sample of promotional writing done for the Facebook page of DJ Seven Lions.
- Sample of instructional content written for the Horror Writers Association (horror.org).
- Sample of travel teaser for Seattle.
Seven Lions, Facebook vignettes based on promotional story material
Once a great repository of wisdom, now destroyed. Now empty corridors where no light can shine. Now lost forever. Once the dark coils of suspicion and ignorance gripped every man and woman. So strong was their fear that they burned every book, every scroll, smashed every shelf. So much research, so much knowledge was lost on that fateful day. It is whispered that one archivist is thought to have survived, exiled before that great cataclysm. It is said he went into hiding, his half-Adjoran blood granting him long life but no peace. Over the centuries in his repository he hoarded the bits and pieces of knowledge, the lost arcanum of The Watchers that were retrieved, rescued, or remembered, but he dares never return to the library, for only death awaits anyone who enters those dark spaces.
Bram Stoker Award® submission guidelines
You are submitting your or someone else’s graphic novel to the Bram Stoker Award™ Graphic Novel Jury. This does not guarantee that your story will make it to the ballot.
Before you offer your work or someone else’s for consideration, please read the Bram Stoker Award™ Etiquette Rules. Please follow the guidelines carefully.
SUBMITTING A DIGITAL COPY OF THE WORK?
You may upload either or both of the following per work offered:
- an information sheet
- a digital copy of the work–if you upload only the digital copy of the work, please make sure it contains all the required information listed in the guidelines below.
SENDING A HARD COPY OF THE WORK?
Even if you send a hard copy of the work, please submit an information sheet here to ensure jurors can all see what’s available to read. See below for instructions on what to include in your information sheet. Submit information about a work only if it was published in the current year and is eligible for a Bram Stoker Award™.
FOLLOW THESE GUIDELINES CLOSELY:
Upload files only in PDF (Adobe) or RTF (Rich Text Format). If you cannot upload your work, then upload an RTF or PDF document about your work. Be sure to give us as much of the following information as possible:
- Appropriate Award Category
- Publication date
- Word count
- Author Name
- Author E-mail
- Author Web site address
- Book Web site address
- Are you mailing a physical copy to the jury?
- Is the work available for free online? Where?HALT! Take your time. Make sure your recommendation is neatly formatted and complete.
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