You want honest? Just my opinion, not an expert by any means, but I'm curious about something. What is the purpose of the site? To showcase your work? To generate interest? Or to find representation? The last one is what it looks like because you say things like "awaiting publication" and stuff. You say right on the front...
Hi there and welcome to my website.
I'm an author, awaiting the publication of my first book, The Mortal Orphan. I set up this site to reach a wider audience of readers and hopefully some publishers. I intend to share any, and all, progress I make, and a little sneaky-peek at my work.
Not what I would put on the front page. An author is someone who has published a novel, a writer is someone who wrote a novel. You can't be an author awaiting publication. Your purpose ought to be to showcase you're writing and to let people know you are a writer. Not that you're a wannabe novelist/author (not trying to be mean). As much as folk like to use social media, agents and publishers don't really spend their time surfing around the web looking for the next JK Rowling. The next JK will come to them. I might lose the references to being unpublished. You're a professional writer.
Also, it's probably in your plans, but start a blog to generate interest. It's a good way to start a marketing list.
I also might not want to let everyone know you've written a trilogy -part one, part two, etc.. - but rather name the works by title.
Finally, sorry if this sounds so negative, in your bio, try to write it without using a first person pronoun.