Here are some WordPress plugins I’ve built over the years. Some are gems, some are ok. For the few of these that cost money, I can help you get the plugin configured should that be needed.
New York Times Bestseller Lists
This plugin creates a smooth interface for quickly and easily navigating through all of the New York Times Bestseller lists. Click that link to check out a demo or just try it on your site now.
Add the ability to manage sermons and their meta information to any WordPress site. This should be pretty plug-n-play with any theme, but let me know if you run into problems.
Minerva Library Catalog Search Integration
This integrates the search features from the Minerva Consortium’s implementation of the III library software (a.k.a the library catalog around where I live) into a WordPress site. It’s super cool. You can see it in action on websites for the Lewiston Public Library and the Topsham Public Library. There are options to display the catalog results inline with the website results, as well as a nice interface providing access to some of the advanced search features that are nearly impossible to find/use on the original catalog site.
If you’d like to see some more examples, just give me a shout and we can talk.
This is mostly aimed at libraries. It creates a configurable Book Carousel. Book covers come from a variety of cover image services such as Google Books, Amazon, or even a provider of your choice. The links can be easily customized to point to your library catalog’s record for the title. Check it on the Windham Public Library site.
This is a simple contact form plugin which provides both a shortcode and a widget. This works with both regular WordPress and WordPress Multisite.