Squarespace for Novels

We love writers here at Fix8.

Which is precisely why we have another bestselling author to share with you!

J.J. Salem is a wordsmith that writes tales of naked ambition, love, intrigue, and relationship drama. His bestselling novel, Tan Lines, was acclaimed on USA Today in 2008, and he continues writing fiction today for a loyal fan base. He was once called “the literary love-child of Sidney Sheldon and Jackie Collins” by The Daily Record, and has published over twenty books to date – from suspense and romantic comedy to young adult fiction and celebrity biography.

With writing that’s been called “deliciously bitchy,” “captivating,” and “escapism with a feminist edge,” J.J.’s new Squarespace site is the perfect platform for him to share his writing, blog, and keep  you up to date on new projects.



When I was looking to completely overhaul and rebrand my author site, I knew I wanted to step away from WordPress. I’d been through a few projects on the platform and left the experiences feeling stressed, over-charged, and never fully pleased with the end result. Everything seemed more difficult than it needed to be. After reading Jeremy Wong’s in-depth Squarespace review on www.websitebuilderexpert.com, I knew I’d found the platform that would be a perfect fit for me. Squarespace’s commitment to clean design that is stunning, professional, expensive-looking and easily maintained was exactly what I needed and wanted.

Fix8 Media landed on my developer short-list right away based on their impressive portfolio of completed sites. And then the most amazing thing happened—Josh answered his phone when I called one morning to make a blind general inquiry. He was personable, inquisitive and restored my faith in developers within a few minutes. Of all my web projects, this one has been the most enjoyable. The team is exceptionally organized, highly responsive and fun to work with. Just as my first project was coming to a close, I engaged Josh and the team for a second Squarespace site, which—in my case—is the best endorsement I can offer.
— Jon Salem