If you’re one of our regular readers, you might have noticed that we’ve really stepped up our game here at the Fictorian Era. For one thing, we’ve increased the amount of content we deliver to you-almost doubled it, in fact. This has allowed us to bring you a lot more guest posts and points of view. We think that’s a good thing, and our site statistics since March tell us that you do, too. Activity on the site has steadily increased ever since, with each month trumping the last.
Therefore, to serve you better and further our goal of delivering some of the best writing content on the internet (a daunting goal), starting today we are making some site upgrades. Hopefully, you won’t notice the effects at all and the transition will be invisible. That said, we don’t want you to get worried if things don’t work/look exactly the same way you have become accustomed to. Even if we go dark for a little while, the Fictorians aren’t going anywhere. We promise!
Over the next few days, the old version of our site will be locked down. The primary symptom of this is that you sadly won’t be able to comment on any of our old posts. That’s only temporary. When you try to access the Fictorian Era, you also might see a message that says our site is being moved. If that happens, just wait patiently or try again later. If you don’t see that message, great! It means that the transition either hasn’t happened yet or you’re already seeing the new version of the site.
Our regular content will resume tomorrow, with an introduction to a whole month of new posts on the theme of writing and gaming, and the various ways those two pursuits intersect each other. As always, we’ve got a great line-up for you to look forward to.
See you on the flip side!