We Have Winners!!
Two winners of surprises from the prize vault from the December Contest Update are, PatJeanne and Edwina Cowgill.
The prize winner from Thursday's Taming the Beast post is CJ!
The Wednesday winner from Aaron McCarver's post Christian Fiction For Education is Jacqueline.
We have four winners from Tuesday's post, Postcards from Unpubbed Island: Krista, Pepper, Mary Bailey and EC Spurlock.
If you haven't been contacted, send your snail mail addy to Tina@TinaRusso.com.
Next Week In Seekerville:
Monday: Seekerville's own Mary Connealy is here with Research: In Grand Style.
Tuesday: Heartsong Presents and Abingdon Press author, Myra Johnson is sharing today.
Wednesday: Medical Romance author, Candace Calvert comes to Seekerville.
Thursday: Steeple Hill Debut author Ruth Logan Herne is your hostess.
Friday: RITA Award Winner and Christy Award Winner, Tamera Alexander is our guest.
Save the Date:
December 16, 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.
We don't want to give away too much of our 2010 agenda just yet, but we have exciting news to share.
Francine Rivers will be visiting Seekerville in early 2010!
Missy Tippens is thrilled to announce a new sale to Steeple Hill Love Inspired!! The Bride Next Door (tentative title), release date TBA, is about the romance between a small town police chief and (surprise!) his next door neighbor.
Exemplify Online Magazine, December issue, pg. 20
Join Missy today, December 5th at Donna Alward's 12 Days of Christmas blog.
Join Mary on Petticoats & Pistols Wednesday, December 9th for a post called Air Travel, Tuna and My Christmas Gift to You.
December 9th Julie will be posting at Faith and Fiction on Fire, on Who's Got Character.
Debby Giusti: Just in time for Christmas. Debby's holiday Love Inspired Suspense release, Yule Die in the Christmas Peril is available now!
Today, December 5, Debby is talking about inspirational market at the Georgia Romance Writers Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
Wed, December 9, Debby will be signing Christmas Peril at Omega Book Center in Peachtree City, GA. Proceeds from the book signing will benefit Embracing Military Families, an organization that provides Christmas gifts and clothing to needy children of deployed military service members.
You're all invited to follow along as the Craftie Ladies of Suspense enjoy a little holiday fun. Starting Saturday, December 5th, they'll be involved in writing a continuing story called "The Christmas Mystery." Things will kick off and continue with a new addition to the story each day. We invite readers and bloggers to comment, add suggestions, or speculate on what will happen next. Tell all your friends to drop by and see what's happening with Zelda Parsons and her handsome new neighbor, Ben.
It's a mystery that begs to be solved before Christmas!
Debby's posting on December 8th.
Friday, December 11, Debby's blogging on Petit Fours and Hot Tamales and will feature Seekerville in her comments.
Exemplify Online Magazine, December issue, pg. 15
Cheryl Wyatt: You can preorder this January 2010 release. This is sixth in the Wings of Refuge series.
Cheryl will be at Faith and Fiction on Fire, discussing Who's Got Character on December 11.
Janet Dean: Sometimes Happiness Takes a Leap of Faith. You can preorder this February 2010 Love Inspired Historical here.
December 10, find Janet at Faith and Fiction on Fire, discussing Who's Got Character.
Ruth Logan Herne: You can also preorder this March 2010 release.
Cara Lynn James: Did you see our sneak peak at the first book in her series?
Random News and Stuff:
- Check out Novel-T's line of Literary Baseball Shirts here.
- The Knight Agency November Newsletter: Query Etiquette with Melissa Jeglinski
- This month's featured article at Michael Hague's Screenplay Mastery is ScreenPlay Structure : The Five Key Turning Points of all Scripts.
- Irene Goodman (The Irene Goodman Literary Agency) is pleased to announce an eBay event that is auctioning off 25 critiques of partial manuscripts to the top 25 bidders, from Dec. 1st to Dec. 10th. All proceeds will go directly to the Foundation Fighting Blindness and the Deafness Research Foundation.
- Books & Such Blog. Best of the Blog 2009: Shattering Publishing Myths: You Can’t Sell a Book Without an Agent by Wendy Lawton.
- Read a free chapter of Noah Lukeman's new book, How to Land (and Keep) a Literary Agent here.