I have created an Amazon Author Blog Page, because I can.
Actually, I saw that Paul Haines (paulhaines) had done it, and figured it would be a bit of fun. It's disgustingly time consuming to set it up, what with all its verifications, but I did it, and now you can pretty much find the anthologies and books of mine in one easy to use directory. Which isn't much, is it? It feels kind of unnecessary, but maybe it'll prove to be interesting.
I'm not quite sure what I'm going to do with it, really. I might leave it static. I might not. I have a myspace page I'm still trying to figure a use out for, and a couple of others things I've signed up for over the years. I keep thinking that I really am going to have to build a permanent page on the web, and move this blog into that. But there doesn't seem to be any kind of rush on it. However, if I do begin using the Amazon blog, I've set up a feed bpeekamazonlive which you can sign up too if you've got the interest.
And now, back to work.