No, not my grandfather. That would be a mean feat at this point, considering he's been dead since 1971. And cremated. (Sorry, Grandpa.)
It's the Pulp Writer web site that's going to be redone. I've been having fits over it: it gets very little traffic and has been stagnant for a very long time. The trouble is that I've had a webmaster in charge of updating the site, and if I sent every update, every new review, and every change in the links page to her, I'd be broke. And if I wanted to do it myself, I'd have to do all these complicated software-speak things like download FTPs and learn HTML and it just makes me tired thinking about it.
But my webmaster just contacted me and told me that we can switch the site over to what's called a Content Management site and afterwards I would have complete control over the site. Which means I can add pages, get the site connected to all of the other pulp web sites and forums out there, announce when new stories are posted online, and advertise the new collection of Paul Powers stories that will be coming out. And sell books.
Oh, I've got a lot of grand ideas. This is gonna be fun.
I'll keep you all posted. And if you have any ideas on what would make a pulp fiction web site really boss, put it in the comments.