The first time I asked for a review for my webfiction site it... wasn't warmly received. The site was considered a) ugly and b)kinda busy, with too elements detracting from the content.
I've made a few iterative changes since then, and when I merged all my websites together into one I then undercut some of those changes, because a site that has a lot of different things in it sort of dilutes any specific one thing in them (there are other advantages you get. It's a trade-off.)
Yesterday I finished migrating my site over from Drupal 6 to Drupal 7. During that process I had to adopt a new template, so the design had to be updated again, and I tried to make it a generally cleaner look. What I'd like to know is how well the fiction section of the site comes off. I don't pretend the design is optimal for what I'm trying to do (because I'm not a designer) and I'd like some data to process about what I might be able to do to improve things.
So here are a few links:
The "front page" of the fiction site: https://www.eviscerati.org/fiction or http://www.unexploredhorizons.net
The "front page" of The Points Between: https://www.eviscerati.org/fiction/points-between or http://www.thepointsbetween.com
The "front page" of Curveball: https://www.eviscerati.org/fiction/curveball or http://www.curveballchronicles.com
Any suggestions about ways I can improve the presentation of everything will be greatly appreciated, even if I can't immediately implement them.