It may be a bit premature, but I bought a domain name; www.teresamorgan.co.uk - don't even try going there, as I've got nothing up, not paying any hosting or anything. I just thought I'd reserve it. It cost me just over £7 (including the VAT) for two years.
I couldn't get .com - another Teresa Morgan must have that! Though that's a lot more expensive, and for a unpublished, poor writer like me, it might have been a bit excessive.
So now I'm wondering whether to start on a website. Is it premature to set up a website? And if not, how do I go about it?
I've noticed www.123-reg.co.uk where I got the domain name from do packages, so might go with one of those. At the moment, I don't think my RSI could withstand me fiddling around with a website. And I have no idea what sort of style I want. I'm always fiddling with my blog because I'm still not happy with it.
So, what do you think? Should I try and put a website together, or wait until I'm published... hopefully.
I haven't the foggiest what I'd put on there yet - I've been struggling trying to put a bio together - though Writing Magazine had some useful hints (hence it was them who suggested buying a domain name in their March issue).
Oh, and if you know of a better package, then let me know. I need something really easy to use as, well, I'm not great on HTML and all that stuff.
Hey, it'll be Sods Law if I do get published, and they recommend I use a pseudonym! Ah, well, it's only cost me £7 ...