1. Ah yes, the surprises we create for ourselves when we begin blogging and writing. While I branded myself as Kayla Lords, even though I didn’t consider it branding until very recently, I don’t think I thought the sex blogger/author thing through. Starting out as a sex blogger, even with a “good” website name, means that if I ever confess this side of my life to my family, I give them full access to my sex life. Oops.

    But I think rebranding is possible, and that it’s sweet that people consider you the Strandeds. It’s a reminder of a simpler time…maybe. 🙂
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  2. Madeline Moore

    I think a recognized “brand” is useful, but I understand your desire to move forward. Still, on those, shall we say “difficult” February days and nights, aren’t we ALL stranded in (and around) Toronto. It can feel that way.
    By the way, I want to apologize for not yet reading and reviewing your novel. I am still not anywhere near back to my previous reading habits. I have a Kobo, not a Kindle. I find reading on my not-very-mobile computer awfully difficult at the best of times, so keep it to mandatory reading, like: How to do your income taxes. (Should’ve left THAT to the pros, I’m afraid…)
    Many thanks for your friendship on Twitter and of course for my light sabre award.
    One of these days we shall all meet and I think it will be fun.
    Gotta go dial that always-busy CRA phone number now…wish me luck?

  3. “Stranded in Toronto” is an amazing name and brand, the word “stranded” somehow implying a romantic state of being. And Toronto of course, a vibrant and a sexy city that we are lucky to live in (or in my case: very close to). But when it’s time to move on, you simply move on. Good luck!

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