As I laid the "News and Reviews" section of my website to rest, I decided to start a new blog on wordpress. I called it, rather unimaginatively, Rebecca Lang's Personal Blog (rebeccalangpersonalblog.wordpress.com), because I wanted to emphasize that this was not a promotional tool for my writing, but simply a place I could practice expressing my thoughts. I even wrote an entire article explaining Why I Decided to Start a New Blog.
Basically, I don't have set topics or a set schedule for this new blog. I write about whatever I want whenever I want. So far, this had included me attempting to re-read my own book and an essay on the necessity of creativity. This is a way for me to hone my voice, and as such, it may be of some interest to young writers or to anyone who wants to get to know me better. Honestly, I don't see this blog having a large following (or any following, really), but that's okay. It gives me the freedom to express my opinions, and that's what it's meant for.
The link to the blog can also be found under the "About Me" section of my website.
Hello, everyone. I hope you are enjoying the lovely spring weather.
If you popped onto Rebecca Lang Stories lately, you may have noticed that the layout of the website looks slightly... different. I've been in the process of revising my website since the start of 2021. I wanted to make sure the main focus of my website is my books, and so I tried to streamline the content to display the books.
One of the ways I want to focus on my books is by creating some new and exciting bonus material for each book. Right now Company is the only book that has this bonus content, but I have some ideas in mind for The Changelings. (Let's just say that my primitive painting skills may soon get put to good use.) Keep your eyes open for that in the coming months.
I have not deleted any content, but some of it is hidden. Any writing that does not center around my published books (or books I intend to publish) can now be found under the "About Me" section. This includes my poems, writing tips, fanfiction (which now includes an introduction as to how fanfiction made me a better writer), and my blogs. The teaching resources section is now under the Three Floating Coffins section.
I have created this "News" section to focus on on any new projects, books, content, or events. If I release a new book or if I create a new webpage or if I make an appearance, this will be the place I'll announce it. However, I will not be using this space to write reviews or talk about my writing process, as I've done before. The previous "News and Reviews" section can now be found under the "blogs" page of the "About Me" section.
The process of revising this website is ongoing, so in the coming months you may notice many changes. I hope these changes will work out for the best and help create a warm and welcoming experience for you.