We trust you saw our big announcement: Seekerville: The Movie.
Oh, and don't forget to stop in and check out The Writer's Guide to Holiday Shopping with Marlena Fortune.
We Have Winners:
Starbucks VIA winners from the Java Weekend Edition are Cathy Shouse and Robyn.
Carla Gade won Sandra Leesmith's prize package, from her post, What's In A Name. She chose Julie Lessman's A Passion Most Pure and she'll also receive Starbucks coffee to sip on while reading.
Wednesday's post by Glynna Kaye, Living Intentionally, is Dianna Shuford. The winner will receive a copy of Glynna's debut release from Love Inspired, Dreaming of Home.
If we haven't contacted you, then contact us!
Next Week in Seekerville:
Monday: Seekerville welcomes Bethany House debut author, Jody Hedlund. Don't miss her post, My Contest Success Story.
Tuesday: Tina Russo will be sharing on ...OMG, she has no clue!
Wednesday: Barbour author and editor, Aaron McCarver is our guest.
Thursday: Seeker Audra Harders is our hostess with the you-know-what.
Friday: The last Contest Update of 2010! Let's celebrate with a surprise from the prize vault!
Save The Date:
December 9, Medical Romance author, Candace Calvert comes to Seekerville.
December 11, We are honored in Seekerville to have RITA Award Winner and Christy Award Winner, Tamera Alexander as our guest.
December 15, Our guest is multi-published Love Inspired and Love Inspired Suspense author, Margaret Daley.
December 31, Madame Zelda's New Year's Eve Rockin' Party and join us for her 2010 Seekerville Predictions.
Mary is the
Featured Author of the Month for ACFW in December. You can read her interview here starting December 1.
Cowboy Christmas will the the bookclub discussion title for the ACFW Bookclub for the month of January. To participate join here.
November 1 through 30, Julie is featured at Exemplify Online & Magazine.
November 28, Prairie Chicks Write Romance.
November 30,Under Grace and Over Coffee.
December 2,The Writing Playground.
December 3, So Many Books...So Little Time!
December 5, Donna Alward's 12 Days of Christmas Blog.
Signing at Katy Budget Books, Saturday, November 28, 11-1 (that's in Houston, Texas).
Name the symbols: Scroll down for the answers.
Interrobang=Combines the function of an exclamation point and a question mark.
Ampersand=a corruption of the phrase "and per se and", meaning "and".
Caret= indicates where a punctuation mark, word, or phrase should be inserted in a document.
Section sign=refers to a certain section of a document.
Guillemet (left and right)=Angle quotes. Often used to indicate speech, or rewind or fast forward.