Yes, you’ve reached the right place. You’re at www.sandrabornstein.com. The website template has changed, but the quality content remains. After working the last few weeks with Jan Bear, the owner of Market Your Book. I am thrilled with my website’s updated appearance. Now loyal followers and new readers can easily find my rich content and enjoy more prominent images. After four years of using the original template, it is time for several website changes. This week, I launched my revitalized website.
Check out these noteworthy website changes:
Ease of Navigation
You can’t get lost. There are links on the top, right column, and at the bottom of the page. I recently updated the blog topic index. The revised categories include Books—(author interviews and reviews), international education, Jewish culture, Lifestyle (attitude, expat living, family, health and fitness, and home), Worldwide Travel—(Asia, Europe, Middle East, and the U.S), and writing— (blogging & memoir). Hmm…. What’s your favorite?
Right Column Info
Anyone unfamiliar with my travel postings on the Examiner website can view a continuous feed of the recent articles. Further down, you can click a link to the full index of international travel articles. Scroll down the right side a bit farther and you’ll see a list of recent posts, popular posts, and an index of my writing topics. You’ll also find links that will take you to my Boulder Jewish News and Smart Healthy Women articles.
After four years of having my website template mirror the colors of May This Be the Best Year of Your Life’s book cover, the colors have been simplified to white, black and red. Green subheadings created under the old template will probably remain, but new posts will follow the traditional black font.
The updated format will allow you to hang out as long as you want as you explore my website. Don’t forget to leave a comment or two. In addition to the familiar links to related blog posts, readers can use the category and tag links at the bottom of each blog to locate relevant blogs.
Whether you’re searching for helpful suggestions for future travel plans, considering moving near the former Rocky Flats, contemplating being an international teacher, nervous about an upcoming surgery, or simply looking for a good book, the pertinent content should be within you’re grasp. I hope that the website changes have accomplished this goal. Yep, I do have a bunch to say on lots and lots of topics. I hope you’ve found something of interest and will be back soon.
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Sandra Bornstein is the author of MAY THIS BE THE BEST YEAR OF YOUR LIFE. It is available on Amazon. Sandy’s memoir highlights her living and teaching adventure in Bangalore, India. She is a licensed Colorado teacher who has taught K-12 students in the United States and abroad as well as college level courses. Sandy is married and has four adult sons.
The memoir was a finalist in the Travel category for the 2013 Next Generation Indie Book Awards, the 2013 International Book Awards, the 2013 National Indie Book Excellence Awards, the 2013 USA Best Book Awards, and received an Honorable Mention award in the Multicultural Non-Fiction category for the 2013 Global ebook Awards.
If you’re interested in travel, follow Sandy’s latest adventures on Examiner.com.
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