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This maintenance release fixes a severe bug in 4.9.3, which will cause sites that support automatic background updates to fail to update automatically, and will require action from you (or your host) for it to be updated to 4.9.4.

That was soooo limiting to the true power of Word Press back then and such negative verbiage has pretty much left the conversation when Word Press comes up, thank goodness. Still today, after all these years, we use Word Press for the entire Here Next Year website…including the blog part.

Yes, the website you’re on right now is using Word Press.

List will be releasing on June 13, 2017 (EEP) and I’ve really had it on my heart lately to donate some of the monies I earn from this book to organizations who either advocate, help fund patient funds, or build awareness for mental illness. It touches on a lot of hard subjects (suicide, mental illness, rape…) but it hit even closer to home because I have a child and parent who suffer from mental illness. This book follows my main character, Ellie, who is in a mental institute, trying to sort through everything in her life.

Back then, Word Press had a bit of a bad rap by being thought of only as “blog” software.

In fact, I wrote a blog post that suggested your Word Press website is the very heart of ALL of your Internet marketing efforts.

I don’t know why the power of Word Press is still being so under-rated after all these years, because I believe this beloved software was responsible for business owners no longer being held hostage to their designers and virtual assistants. There are just so many reasons why Word Press is a great fit for practically every situation.

And because I truly want to continue to advocate for mental illness and suicide awareness, I’m going to put my money where my mouth is. is a mental health education, bully and suicide prevention initiative that creates a positive cultural change through simple daily actions. Action Plan is the “stop, drop, and roll” of mental health education that teaches people to notice, invite, challenge, and empower themselves and others.