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When your SBIAW ends please post a closing comment on Sunday or Monday and be sure to come back to take the Seekerville BIAW/Birthday Survey which can be found on the right hand column of Seekerville. Survey ends October 18. Once again, posting a word count is not a requirement.
Everyone who registered and followed up with a post BIAW comment will be entered into a drawing for BIAW birthday prizes.
We'll announce the winners in the Saturday October 17, Week End Edition
We have winners.
Starbucks Via winners from last Sunday's Fantabulous Weekend Edition:
The winner from Cheryl Wyatt's BIAW Day 2, Productivity post is Vince. He's won a copy of Noah Lukeman's, The First Five Pages.
BIAW Day 3, Glynna Kaye' winner from her post, Writing, the Day Job, and You, is Leigh Delozier. Leigh is the winner of a copy of Victoria Lynn Schmidt’s Book in a Month: The Fool-proof System for Writing a Novel in 30 days.
Myra Johnson posted, Your Face is Familiar, but... on BIAW 4. Winner of her debut release, One Imperfect Christmas is Jen Chandler.
Next Week In Seekerville:
Monday: Join us for (a Seekerville secret,) Plan B. (How to Get Off the Island.)
Tuesday: Genesis Winner, Lacy Williams is our guest.
Wednesday: Seeker and Revell author Julie Lessman shares The Write Word.
Thursday: Multiple Golden Heart finalist, Pam Hillman is your hostess.
Friday: Tina Russo posts on, Writing Guy ... with a little help from her Seeker pals.
Save The Date:
Tina James, Senior Editor of Steeple Hill Love Inspired Suspense and Love Inspired Historical, is coming to Seekerville!!!
Tina will join us on November 12, hosted by cub reporter Ruth "Jimmy Olsen" Herne.
Send your questions, thoughts, or things you'd like Ruth to ask Tina (thereby removing the onus from YOU) to firstname.lastname@example.org
Let's give Tina a rock-your-socks Seekerville welcome of great food, great fun and totally awesome conversation! We've also got some great giveaways in the works, so stay tuned.
And There's More!October 20, Margie Lawson, counselor, speaker, and writer with many hats is in Seekerville.
October 23, Erica Vetsch, and The Bartered Bride are with us.
October 29, Daddy, Needs Decaf, Walt Mussell will be with us.
October 30, Genesis Winner, Christy LaShea, visits.
November 2, Pièce de Résistance, Sandra Byrd is coming!
November 10, Revell author, Dan Walsh, The Unfinished Gift, will be here.
November 11, Judy Gann, author and speaker appears in Seekerville.
November 13, NCIS aficionado, Lisa Jordan is our special guest.
Camy Tang will be at Girls, God, and the Good Life on the 14th of October.
Next week, Oct. 14th, Mary Connealy is on Inkwell Inspirations talking about One Sentence Pitches. Stop by for a chance to win Cowboy Christmas.
You can also win a copy of Cowboy Christmas through Monday on Trish Perry's blog.
Julie Lessman can be found, October 16-22 -- Bad Boys Gone Good, at A Sequence of Continuous Delights Blog. Vote for your favorite Daughters of Boston hero and leave a comment to be entered into a book giveaway for your choice of signed book in the Daughters of Boston series OR a signed copy of Katie's story when it releases Sept. 2010.
Friday October 16, you can find Glynna Kaye at, Much Cheaper Than Therapy.
Tina Russo will be blogging at Nobody Writes It Better on Tuesday, October 13th. Join her for Do What You Are, a discussion on the balancing act of life.
From Cindi Myers Market News: (Anyone can sign up for the newsletter by sending a blank email to CynthiaSterlingemail@example.com
- Pocket Books will now focus solely on mass market paperback titles. Pocket Books staff will now acquire for both Gallery and Pocket. Jennifer Bergstrom, an editor formerly with Simon Spotlight, will be editorial director of the new group. Lauren McKenna will be executive editor and Mitchell Ivers senior editor. The group also includes editors Patrick Price, Kathy Sagan, Micki Nuding, Jennifer Heddle, Abby Zidle, Ed Schlesinger, Emily Westlake, Jaime Costas, and Megan McKeever.
- Editor Diana Ventimiglia has left Silhouette Books.
Check out Harlequin's Vintage Collection and the 2010 Romance Report.
More on the FTC ruling at PRNewser: FTC Clarifies Blogger Guidelines: 'We've Never Brought a Case Against Somebody Simply for Failure to Disclose'
Writing a story set in Canada? You ought to know the Top 5 Canadian Slang Words. Check it out here.