I don't know how many of you saw that the main work I did on Squidoo involved psychic education. I worked with Chip's Coffey's fans for the past three years, (Chip was one of the principles in two television series, Paranormal State and Psychic Kids) and when the fan questions got to be too much, I established The Psychic School on Squidoo, to handle frequently asked questions and suggestions for fans and people who didn't know how to handle paranormal and psychic experiences. It's a task very different from the many sites offering readings and horoscopes and such - it's education for those who want realistic ways of dealing with things that many people don't understand. To that purpose, the Psychic School was successful as it was. Now, after a conference this weekend that included a number of the people and families involved with the Psychic Kids show, which has not been renewed, it seems that my work is leaving the supplemental material category and moving into being the main continuing source for this information. Instead of self-publishing guides, I will be working with a a publisher on a new book.
What I need help with: Suggestions for making these articles easily accessible without doing that whole lensography style catalog anymore. I had about 100 lenses listed on there, not all my own. I can pretty much guarantee that there will be over 100 new ones - I'm not going to be moving the Squidoo lenses over here, but expanding every topic with new articles here.
What would you consider a practical way of managing a niche without being either too repetitive or too scattered in my approach?