I’ve Moved!

I meant to pop in here forever ago, but things have been busy (as usual).

For the past couple years, I’ve been blogging on this domain and using my author website as a place to showcase my books. I also ended up with a domain for the South of Forever series, another for Maietta Ink… It was all getting a bit much to keep up with.

I had my author website on Wix, but this spring it was up for renewal. I liked Wix at first but haven’t been too thrilled with it these past couple months, so I made the decision to go back to WordPress.

It took me some time, but my author site is now back up and running! Check it out here. I’m blogging as usual, but there are also some goodies here and there, with more to come as I have time.

From now on, everything will be under one roof. (Famous last words, sigh.) I’ll be keeping this site up for now, because I know it’s helped a lot of people. (I haven’t decided whether I want to move all my blog posts from here over to my author site. There are quite a few and I don’t exactly have time to fix links and all that, plus I’ve been having trouble with my wrists, so I’m trying to limit my computer time.) I’m not sure if I’ll keep it up forever, though, as I’ve kind of grown out of The Crazy Chronicles. I mean, yeah, my life is crazy and probably always will be, but I bought this domain back when I thought I’d be writing a series out of Crazy Comes in Threes and wanted to document the process of growing my career.

I’ll still be blogging about my career, illness, and other things, of course, but the name no longer quite fits, you know?

But that’s enough rambling for now. Please hop on over to my author site and check out all of the goodies!

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Elizabeth Barone

Welcome to The Crazy Chronicles, the personal blog of Elizabeth Barone. I primarily write contemporary New Adult romance and suspense, but I also write YA under another pen name. This blog is named after my novel, Crazy Comes in Threes, and follows my publishing journey. I blog about everything from my latest work in progress to living with chronic pain.

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