Thursday, May 21, 2009

Note to Internet Explorer Users

Up until this point, if you use an Internet Explorer browser, when you clicked on the "My Book" button it took you to an empty page. But not anymore! The problem is fixed and now everybody can read the prologue and first chapter.

Also, I've changed the comment format to a pop-up window to see if it's easier to use and therefore encourages more comments, particularly from non blogger account users. Let me know which format you prefer.

11 comments:

Rachel Danielle said...

Great! I can't wait to read your book. I think this commenting format is a bit easier. God bless!

Rebekah said...

I very much prefer the pop-up format!

Adam said...

Cant wait man!

Adam said...

Hey, I was just a little concerned, of course I dont know if you did or not, but, you get your book on your blog copywrited? Someone may steal it...
just concerned.
Awesome story...

Anita said...

I'm hoping to have time soon to read some of your book!

J.R. Parker said...

Thanks, everyone.

Adam: As far as I understand copyright laws, since I wrote the book it's automatically my property. I could register it officially to better protect myself in court, but since I've only made the prologue and first chapter public, and I have lots of evidence, including this blog, that indicates I wrote it, I think I'm safe. I appreciate your concern, though. :)

Anita: I'm looking forward to hearing your thoughts.

Eruanna said...

Cool! Maybe I will read it one day!

Miss Jordan Elizabeth said...

Yeah, I had tried to read the book, but it wouldn't work. Now it does though. I've always wanted to write a book, I have plenty of ideas. You've *inspired* me to work harder though.

Just curious, where did you find my blog?

In Christ

Hannah said...

That's great! I usually use Mozilla, so I didn't have that problem, but I can understand how frustrating it would be.

I prefer when it makes a new window, for the comment form, but that's just me. :D

Hannah

Adam said...

Just wondering, since your out of school, going to be a full-time writer? I heard writers have more sucess in getting published and fame by being a full time writer. That's what I'm doing, moving to Alabama after school to be one, writing is awesome!

You may me sound dense when you replied on the copywrite subject. Sorry, just concerned.

J.R. Parker said...

Adam: I'm sorry. I certainly didn't intend to sound like a know-it-all. In fact, that was just my perspective drawn from a very limited knowledge of copyright laws. I could have been spewing pure fiction. And I really appreciate you looking out for my best interests. Having your book stolen would be enough to put a damper on anyone's week. ;)

Miss Jordan Elizabeth: I'm not sure how I found your blog. I think I found it by clicking on a favorite book link that lead me to your profile.