A change is as good as a holiday

I've given the blog its first makeover in more than a year, in honour of The Ionia Sanction releasing tomorrow.  (Tomorrow!  OMG!)

If you'd been watching, you'd have seen the background texture, colour, intensity, and brightness, and the header text and the picture of Nico and Diotima change about every 30 seconds for the last four hours as I struggled to get everything bedded in.  Sorry about that.

I think we're more or less stable now, but do please let me know if anything isn't working for you.

Next up, Ionia Sanction gets its very own page tab, and I remember when it was only a few lines of text on my PC.  How the time flies.


11 comments:

Taymalin said...

It looks great Gary. I can't wait to read the book :)

salazarbooks.com said...

Looks good here - The Ionian touch.

Good luck today (tomorrow) with the launch. Although I don't suppose you need luck to drink a glass of champagne:-)

Now I need to track down a copy

Seth

Meghan said...

Looks good!

Gary Corby said...

Thank you all!

pierre l said...

Amazon.com says my two copies are on their way. Hopefully they won't take too long to reach England.
I loved The Pericles Commission, so I am sure I will love The Iona Sanction too. Congratulations.

Gary Corby said...

Hi Pierre,

Yes, it's release day!

What does an author do on release day? The answer is, nothing much. It's all out of my hands now and, I hope, soon in yours.

Janet Reid said...

Great new look for the blog!

I hope you're celebrating your pub day by patting yourself on the back for a job well done! Great reviews! Happy readers!

I'm so glad I found you!

Gary Corby said...

I'm rather chuffed that you found me, too.

Thanks for everything, Janet!

Bernadette said...

Congratulations on launching book 2 Gary and do let us know when it's released here in Oz

Gary Corby said...

Hi Bernadette. Jan 3 is the official release date for Australia. I saw the PR announcement just yesterday.

Bernadette said...

Thanks Gary, have put that one on the reading calendar