Moving Day

Alas, circumstances change and one must move on, as Mrs. Dashwood discovered. Leaving fond memories behind, she packed up her possessions and three daughters, embarking on a new chapter of her life.

She was impatient to be gone, and indefatigable in her inquiries for a suitable dwelling in the neighbourhood of Norland; for to remove far from that beloved spot was impossible.  (Sense and Sensibility, chapter 3) 

I’ve decided that a move of sorts is in order for me as well, to consolidate my two internet households into one central location.  So, I’ve packed my books and phrases, and moved my blog over to my long-neglected website.  Regular readers should feel right at home there (because it will look pretty much the same as this place).  I’m told, however, that it will require re-subscribing to continue receiving notification of new posts. One click will do it! Well, actually two: one to go there and another to subscribe. Please visit www.shannonwinslow.com now.  I’ve got some fun give-aways planned … in addition to more of the witty and informative posts you’ve come to expect 😉

Wait! Important Update – Plan “A” (described above) didn’t work out so well, so I moved on to Plan “B”, which is that everything is consolidated at this location. Subscribe on this site, and visitors to shannonwinslow.com will automatically be referred here as well. Hope that makes sense, and I’m sorry for any hassle and confusion along the way. Technology: can’t live with it; can’t live without it.

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About Shannon Winslow

author of historical fiction in the tradition of Jane Austen
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One Response to Moving Day

  1. Suzan says:

    thanks so much for letting us know

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