posted by Kirsten Miller at 11:16 AM
Since your books have more characters than Ananka & Co. now, I guess that's a good idea -- and the white background is nice, too. It looks classy.
I like the layout, and the white background makes things easier to see.
I like it! It has a mobile site so I can see it on my iPod!
That looks awesome! >w< It's much neater and cleaner that this one, but it's not as mysterious-looking as this one [but it's still great!]
I [heart] black type on a white background. It looks cleaner. Easier to read. Thanks for sharing.Robert in San Diego
Will you still post to this blog, or will it be deleted or something? I like your new blog!
I like the new blog, but......I liked the black background better. WAY more mysterios. Are the wheely options on the side of this blog still gunna be there?Other than that. LOVE IT
Nooooooo ;_; I'm sorry but I love Ananka's Diary the way it is. The white is soooo boring but black is mysterious. I don't know why people say it's easier to read the white because I think this blog is really easy to read already. Also, I like the name Ananka's Diary better. :( I do like how you combined the blogs because it is less work for you and easier for us to keep track. Sorry if I seem harsh :/ It's great work I just like this blog better.
It's great, although I still like Ananka's Diary a bit better. I miss black background and the cool banner at the top. However, it's AWESOME how you added the "Who were you?" from your other blog! :D
I don't want to rain on your parade Kirsten...but I don't really like it. It is easier to read, but the white doesn't read mysterious. For some reason it makes me think of office supplies -_-" Anyway, on the up side the sections of the site are much easier to find. So all in all I like the color scheme of this one, but I like the sites actual setup on the other blog. But it's your choice. =]
I like it, but I'm still sort of a fan of good old Ananka's Diary.
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