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Weekend Edition celebrating the release of Myra Johnson's new Love Inspired contemporary romance, Rancher for the Holidays. Winner is Heidi Robbins.
On Monday Janet Dean talked about alpha heroes, those hard-nosed, strong-minded, dangerous men that are fun to write. But when they threaten the heroine, readers are likely to be upset. And the heroine can't fall in love with a jerk. Janet shared some tips for softening the alpha hero in her post “Tips for Making the Alpha Hero Lovable.” Marianne Barkman is the winner of The Bounty Hunter’s Redemption, LIH, January 2016.
USA TODAY bestselling author, Rachel Hauck returned to Seekerville Tuesday, with her post, "The Beauty of the Reader." This was release day for The Wedding Chapel! To celebrate the release of this RT Book Reviews 4 1/2 Star Top Pick there are copies to give away! Breeze Henke is the winner of a print copy and Rachel McDaniel is the winner of an ecopy!
Debby Giusti promised something intriguing with her Wednesday blog post "Mission Impossible." KC Frantzen is the winner of her latest release, Person of Interest, along with a surprise gift.
Thursday we we're delighted to welcome back New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author, Julie Cantrell to Seekerville. She shared a thoughtful post, "Imperfect People. Imperfect Christians." The two winners of their choice of an ecopy of When Mountains Move or Into the Free are Vince and Terrie Coleman.
Next Week In Seekerville
Monday: When people see you coming, do they already wish you were going? Pam Hillman talks about the Tiggers and Eeyores in our lives and how to be an encourager in spite of our Eeyore tendencies.
Tuesday: Sandra Leesmith will talk about the "Perfect Place to Write." Join her and discuss what works for you. Commenters will receive a surprise box of Arizona goodies in honor of her latest release, Love's Dream Song.
Wednesday: Helen Gray is back in Seekerville today, with her post,"Row, Row, Row Your Boat." The keeper of the coffee urn has been busy and she's got a new series out. One commenter can win a copy of Bootheel Bride, the first book in that series.
Thursday: Seekerville is Closed to Give Thanks
Friday: Best of the Archives: Featuring Myra Johnson and a reprise of her December 2009 post on staying motivated during the busy holiday season. Comments are closed so you can enjoy a day of reading, writing, or whatever is on your agenda.
Congratulations to the 2015 ACFW First Impressions Finalists (with a special shout out to Seekerville friends Janet Ferguson, Susan Hollaway, Jennifer Smith & Tanya Agler).
Business Musings: Getting in Touch (Kristine Kathryn Rusch)
10 Top Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Book Publicist (BookBub Partners)
A Visit to the Amazon Bookstore (Bookriot)
20 Powerful Marketing Words & Phrases That Sell or Repel (Vertical Response Blog)
The Fatal Flaw in Weak Descriptions (Jane Friedman)
NaNoWriMo: 5 Steps to building the right SCENE FOUNDATION (MyBookTherapy)
How to Go #BeyondMarketing on Twitter (PR By the Book)
How to Write Through Trout Syndrome and Electric Shocks (Writer Unboxed)
Understanding Copyrights for Anthologies (Writers in the Storm)
Writing And Editing Fiction: 7 Things To Fix In Your First Self-Edit (The Creative Penn)
10 Online Writing Tools to Make Your Experience Nice and Smooth (Where Writers Win)
Romance Writers of America is proud to announce the special speakers for RWA2016 in San Diego, California, July 13–16, 2016. Click here.
That's it! Have a great reading and writing weekend!