Gone Digitally Mobile
Updated: Apr 7
“Mobile is not the future, it is the now. Meet your customers in the environment of their choice, not where it is convenient for you.” - Cyndie Shaffstall, Founder of Spider Trainers
The world around us is in constant change, flux, evolving, and becoming; if we don’t adapt, we fall behind and become extinct like the dinosaurs, fossils in today's social environment. I remember in grade school, we communicated private matters to others in our class by folding and passing paper notes. Today, we think nothing of sending a text or an email. Before my time, my grandparents used to huddle around a radio for entertainment. I grew up sitting in front of a television screen. The kids today watch movies on iPads and cell phones. I remember as a kid, the excitement of going to the public library to check out a book to read. Today, one simply taps on a cell phone and instantly a digital book is available to read on the phone screen. We’ve come a long way from those simpler times. With cell phones and iPads, the world is at our fingertips.
As a writer/author, I’ve drug my feet in embracing the move to mobile. I’ve held onto my desktop formatted author website as if by doing so, I wouldn’t have to make the dreaded move to mobile. But, I must face the reality that new and old readers are now using cell phones more than desktops or laptops to search the web, get news, shop, and read “books”. So, not to lag too far behind, I’ve launched my author website for mobile devices. The URL (https://www.dalethele.com) remains the same, but it can be viewed either on a mobile device or a tabletop or laptop. When you type in the URL, your device will determine which format (mobile or desktop) is best for viewing on your device. How about that for advanced technology?
So, no matter if you prefer a desktop, laptop, notebook, or cell phone, you can view and shop my books directly from any digital device of your choosing. Most of my “books” are available in digital format (ebooks) or paperback (for us old-timers who still enjoy the feel of a real book in our hands).
Should you prefer not to type in my website URL (https://www.dalethele.com) into your digital device, you now have the option of simply scanning this QR Code with your iPad or cell phone:
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Bestselling Fiction Author
Stories with an LGBTQ+ Twist
corrupting readers since 2008
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