I had intended to officially launch this page tomorrow, but I’m so excited to share it with all of you that I just couldn’t wait. So without further ado, allow me to introduce www.accidentalfudge.com, the new home of Accidental Fudge!
There are several reasons this is exciting. First of all, there are now more ways for you to follow the blog. If all has gone according to plan, this announcement should be cross-posting to Twitter, Facebook, and Tumblr: every post from now on will do the same, so those are all options. In addition, you can subscribe by email via the lovely box to your right (or below the wall of posts, if you’re on a mobile device). I will also be sharing the post from the Facebook page on my personal Facebook, so if that’s where you’ve been getting your updates, never fear! This is still an option.
Another exciting new feature of this new site is the ability to leave comments. I would like this blog to be as much of an interactive experience as possible. Now, with the power of comment-leaving comes responsibility on the part of the readers: I will not tolerate rudeness or hateful speech, and will progressively tighten security if necessary, up to an including removing the comments feature if need be. But I sincerely hope that it never comes to that. Don’t want to leave a public comment, but still have something to say? No problem. There’s a handy little contact form on the About Accidental Fudge page that you can use to send an email straight to my inbox.
This site also leaves me the option of expanding in the future. Whether that means adding resource pages, incorporating more audio or video into the blog, increasing the frequency of blogging, or something else entirely, I’m not sure yet. But I like having my options open.
Thank you to all of you who have been following so far! I hope you’ll continue to stay on this journey with me.
As a side note: if anyone is sharing this page with friends, or adding a bookmark, please make sure to include the “www” in the address. Something went a little screwy when I was setting things up, and if you type in the address without the “www”, it takes you to the front page of the hosting company for the site. I’m working on trying to find a solution. In the meantime, just stick with the full address. Thanks!