My website is Swiss cheese, and other issues.
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Welcome to Roz Wound Up!
I started this blog in October 2008 to provide product reviews,
instructions, workshop schedule updates, profiles of other artists, and encouragement for visual
journal artists. I hoped at the same time to share other items of
interest to me (movies, books, bicycling, baking, and of course rants). With 686 posts as of July 6, 2010, I am sure you'll find something of to read if we have overlapping interests. You might want to start with my series on Journaling Superstitions (in the category clouds as "Superstitions"). That series will give you as sense of my perspective.
You may contact me through the comments section of any post or at the following email address (please do not use any other email addresses at this time because of the problems listed below):
If this is your first visit to my blog…
Please be sure to check out the "Pages" list in the left column for additional topics of interest. Also in the left column you'll find a link to my other blog "The Official International Fake Journal Month Blog," and pod cast interviews people have posted with me (talking about journaling, and of course art materials). Make use of the search engine and category cloud also in the left column.
Returning readers and new readers…
Please note that I have been experiencing a meltdown at my website host. I am currently in the process of transferring my website RozWorks.com to another host. I appreciate your patience during this transition. I will announce when the transfer is completed. You can expect to find problems with my website (RozWorks.com) through
I understand that while the transition is in progress you may not be able to access my website (RozWorks.com) at all, or, when you are again able to access it, you may find broken links from this blog to the website. I apologize for the inconvenience and frustration. Believe me it frustrates me.
My planned summer hiatus, built on Monday posts themed to draw examples from my website, is now on hiatus. Early in the summer my website was reduced to Swiss cheese when my host moved my files to new equipment. The result has frustrated my plan. I have actually spent much more time on line this summer than anticipated and published many more posts per week than scheduled (because I was already on line—it's kind of hard for me to resist blogging).
My current goal is to keep posting 3 to 4 times a week. Please subscribe if you are concerned about missing any posts.
My hope is that once the website host transfer is completed, posts linking to my website will work again. If not, I will appreciate hearing from you when you encounter a broken one, and will attempt to fix broken links. My main focus, however, will be to move forward with new material and new links.
I appreciate your readership and your comments. I hope you'll continue to visit this blog and enjoy the posts, while I work through the technical difficulties at my website.