« Last post by BWFoster78 on Today at 05:21:30 AM »
I can't recommend enough learning how to do this yourself. It will save you both time and money in the long run. Unless you are making gigantic interactive websites with tons of CSS for your books (like Pottermore) then you generally can do a great job by yourself. For most authorial needs (blogging/simple websites) a Wordpress template or other Drag+Drop web template works great. They are relatively easy to learn too (Expect to spend 50 hours start to finish getting it set up the way you like the first time). I'd be happy to point you to resources and answer questions.
I actually did all the website set up myself. When I looked into the landing page, though, I ran into a couple of huddles that I didn't feel like dealing with. Nothing I couldn't figure out, but my writing is going well at the moment. Didn't want to take the time away from putting words on the page. Instead, I've been fighting the hassle of selecting and arguing with Fiverr freelancers for two days, cutting my production big time.
In retrospect, I would have been better off taking the jumps. Yet another example of a shortcut costing more effort than it was worth.
Thanks for the offer of support, though. If I end up doing this myself and run into an issue, I'll message you.