Blog Changes

Hello readers and followers of my blog. Some quick news for you:

I spent today changing the look and feel of my blog. Changes to this blog/website include a new Books page where you can read about my creations and order them. Topping the list is Night of the Hellhounds, the mini e-novel I wrote 2013. Nook readers will be happy to know that they can find and order the novel at Barnes & Noble. Visit my Books page for more info.

I plan to offer free books at that page, too. Right now, you can read two versions of Kismet there. Files are downloadable PDFs.

With my books residing at my Books page, I omitted them from the sidebar, which will help my page load faster. Plus, I have cleaned up the site’s overall look and added a splash of color below my header. And finally, the buttons for Facebook and Google+ are back to their basic looks.

Let me know what you think of the new look. And if you have any suggestions to make this site better, please leave comments.

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Steven Leo Campbell

I am an artist and indie-author. I draw and paint wildlife, draw cartoons, and write mostly paranormal fiction featuring Vree Erickson and a strange Pennsylvania town called Ridgewood.

5 thoughts on “Blog Changes

  1. I like it, sir. Minimalist, but in the best sense of the word. Very handy having that convenient menu at the top. Ease of navigation is such an integral part of good web design– a pity it’s so often ignored! Nice work, wishing you much success in the new year! 🙂

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    1. I had a graphic design teacher at college who repeatedly said “Less is more” while she tried to make us students realize that if design can function at its minimum, do it. Though many WordPress themes seem to promote a cluttered look, I spend a lot of time looking at the few that allow me to use white space to an aesthetic advantage. Sadly, even these are limited unless one buys the upgrade that allows changes to the CSS. Maybe when I become a renown artist/author I’ll consider it. Until then, I’ll plug away with what WordPress offers for free and suffer its limitations.

      Thanks for the well-wishes, Mark; I wish the same to you. I enjoy your whimsical illustrations and look for new ones every time I visit WordPress. After all, laughter is our best medicine.

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