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Your Author Website: Why You Need One and What it Should Look Like by Marie White is a guide that every new author needs. Touching on why an author needs a website as well as how to go about creating one, this book will help you on your journey to building up your brand as a writer. Everything you need to know and every tool you’ll need to use can be found right here.
Your Author Website by Marie White was an insightful and helpful book. As an avid reader, I have discovered many authors whose work I have loved, and I can say that finding authors who have well-constructed websites makes a difference. This is why I found this book to be even more interesting as it highlighted points I never would have considered from the author's perspective, such as what kind of content would be relevant, based on the popularity of the author. I feel that White put a lot of thought into this book to help any up-and-coming authors who are considering creating a website.
Among other useful tips, the book offers examples of various styles for websites, and the way content would best be displayed. I feel this book serves its purpose in that it explains all the ins and outs of website creation while doing so in an easy-to-understand manner. I think that not only authors but other content creators would find this book to be helpful.