I have a new name…


As of yesterday, crimsonprose has a new name. Mine. AND a domain. Yep, after seven years of hiding behind the blog’s name, I’ve arrived. crispinakemp.com

But other than that, nothing changes. All links remain. Your comments will reach me just the same, whichever name you chose to use.

Reasons for this amazing [😊] change?

Crimson has been purloined. Used as a dot.com with capitalised C & P by someone who specialises in “Adult erotic literature”. I do assure you, that isn’t me. So, thought it time to change.

About crispina kemp

Spinner of Asaric and Mythic tales
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36 Responses to I have a new name…

  1. Jen Goldie says:

    Exceptionally good reasoning! Although I admit I had a really good chuckle! Still laughing LOL Sorry 😊😏

    Liked by 2 people

  2. Ho ho ho, a likely story, perhaps, it should read “Crisp in a bag,” perhaps, bet you never thought of that.

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  3. Sorry for someone stealing the other one, but welcome. 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Violet Lentz says:

    Good move. I wouldn’t want people looking for you and dinging only that. You’ve so much more to offer!

    Liked by 1 person

  5. This is great Crispina! But every time I click the “like” button in my email to come to this page it tells me it’s a “suspicious link.” It has done this 3 times today. Do I need to re-follow you or something? ❤

    Liked by 1 person

  6. Dale says:

    Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear!
    But you know, it is nice to find your name at the top 😉

    Liked by 1 person

  7. Brian Bixby says:

    I got through to you through WordPress Reader, for what that’s worth.
    Sillyverse had the opposite history: when I started blogging, the dot com name wasn’t unavailable. But a few months later, it opened up, so I jumped at it. And, just to complete the comparison, my name as a dot com was not available, as another with my name took it years ago.

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  8. Judy says:

    Well seems like the forces of the digital universe have led you to the right place…your own author domain! Perfect and timely! Getting that donain done is especially great since we all would be shocked to find how many people actually share the same actual name. I was completely bummed to find my name so not unique in the greater world out there. So good you secured yours in case.


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  9. Joy Pixley says:

    Oh dear, now that you mention it, it *does* sound like a clever name for an erotic adult site to choose. I’m so glad for you that you found it out ahead of the curve, and not after some horrible misunderstanding!

    This is making me wonder (again) when I should go ahead and start paying for my own name domain..


    • None of us like to pay if it isn’t needed. I’ve gone seven years on the freebie. But earlier this summer I committed to a yearly licence for Pro-Writing Aid (in my opinion well worth the money), so why not my own domain. Times past, I have had two before … before CFS and encephalitis scrambled my brain, but they were full sites, designed by yours truly, from scratch, not even a template. Back in the day.
      So yea, time comes … don’t leave it too late and then find your desired name is gone.

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