I'm so honored. I've now had the privilege of getting this Bittersweet Blog off the ground, thanks to three very special people.
In our consultation together, Nina helped me clarify my objectives for my new book. She asked provocative questions, which helped me see how blogging parts of my book would be a really wonderful thing to do and could help build interest in the book.
This is a new concept to me. While I began my Sugar Shock Blog while writing my book, Sugar Shock, I really didn't share content from the book. Same thing with Beyond Sugar Shock.
But apparently blogging/writing is the way to go these days. We'll see how it plays out on this new blog.
In any event, what's exciting for me -- and you -- is that you can get valuable information while I'm blogging and writing my next book.
I just can't rave enough about Hillary, who oversaw all creative aspects of a highly acclaimed interactive network she co-founded, which featured Jennifer Anniston as its spokesperson.
If you have any design needs, I recommend that, if you can, hire Hillary pronto. (I had to walk away from another design and designer, because it just didn't hold a candle to Hillary's creations. No names mentioned.)
Hillary will deliver quickly and cheerfully. More importantly, she'll give you a design that makes your heart sing!
And then I owe gratitude galore to the charming designer/Web creator Carla Alvarez of Legacy Marketing Services.
When Hillary's design was up, I was stumped.
How do I get the design up on my Typepad blog? Despite back-and-forth emails, I couldn't figure it out. So I turned to Carla, who also has done amazing work for me in the past.
So without reservations, I recommend all three of these talented ladies -- Nina Amir, Hillary Carlip and Carla Alvarez. If you hire them, say that Connie of Bittersweet Year blog sent you.