We're celebrating Ruth Logan Herne's release of Her Unexpected Family this weekend. We have three books to give away. Leave a comment for your chance to win a copy. Winners announced in the next Weekend Edition.
We Have Winners
Giveaway rules can be found here. Drop us a line to claim your giveaway at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please allow us the 6-8 weeks per our legal page to get your prize sent out.
** Effective 5/31/16 all winners are required to submit their address and phone number to verify their identity even if they win an e-prize. This is due to scammers attempting to claim prizes. ***
All prizes not claimed in 8 weeks go back into the prize vault. We wish we could contact all our winners individually, but we'd rather write books!
Last Weekend End Winners:
Phyllis Wheeler : Hope for the Holidays Historical
Kathryn Barker: Hope for the Holidays Historical
Becky B: Hope for the Holidays Historical
Trixi: Hope for the Holidays Historical
Cindy W: Home for Christmas Historical
Deanna Stevens: Holiday Collection of Choice
Rhonda Starnes: Holiday Collection of Choice
Multi-published author Jordyn Redwood debuted her first Love Inspired Suspense, Fractured Memory and shared her post "What I Would Change in Publishing," on Monday. Sally Shupe, Connie Queen and Bettie are winners of print copies of Fractured Memory.
Tuesday Tina Radcliffe brought you a "Foreshadowing, Telegraphing, Red Herrings & the Rule of Three in Fiction." Winner's of their choice of Seeker Book of Choice, as available on Amazon or winner's choice of any movie mentioned Tuesday, as available on Amazon or Barnes & Noble for DVD are Jeanne T and Cynthia Herron.
Wednesday Janet Dean was your hostess with her post, "Put Meat, Not Fat, On the Bones of Your Setting." Barbara Scott is the winner of a Seeker Book of Choice.
Monday: Amanda Barratt returns to Seekerville with her post, "Writing Tight: Making Every Word Count." And Amanda brought a terrific giveaway. Stop by!
Tuesday: Just in time to prep those requests you brought back from RWA 16 "San Diego", join Ruth Logan Herne as she tells us how to "Polish, Primp and Pimp Your Prose Like a Pro"... because you only have one chance to make a great first impression, and when it comes to submissions: That chance might be ONE PARAGRAPH LONG. Meet me here and we'll chat it up and turn clunkers into spiffed up sweet rides while Ruthy celebrates the release of Her Unexpected Family with a FIVE BOOK GIVEAWAY... and coffee!
Wednesday: Seeker Glynna Kaye will chat with us about “Tony Is A Pony: Making the Most of Your Writing Journey Right Where You’re At.” She’ll be giving away to one lucky winner a Kindle copy of Susan May Warren’s informative guide, “How to Write A Brilliant Romance,” AND she’ll be sharing the cover of her Christmas-themed Love Inspired November release.
Thursday: Cara Lynn James is your hostess today. Stop by to chat with Cara!
Friday: Best of the Archives:"Story Arc in a Nutshell" with Janet Dean. Friday's comments are closed to allow us more writing and reading time.
THIS JUST IN! The Sweetest Rain by Myra Langley Johnson is on sale for Kindle $.99,
This is the last week for our Christmas in July sale!! Enjoy!
Hope for the Holidays Contemporary Collection
Hope for the Holidays Historical Collection
A Heart Full of Christmas Contemporary Collection
Home for Christmas Historical Collection
|Her Unexpected Family|
Thanks to everyone who sent us links!
17 Gorgeous Wedding Dresses All Book Lovers Will Adore (BuzzFeed)
PW Starts a New Column Called Religion Book Deals (PW)
For the Love of a Library (Writers in the Storm)
The Truth About the New York Times and Wall Street Journal Bestseller Lists (Tim Grahl)**
2016 Romance Writers of America RWA PAN Presentation (Author Earnings)**
Ask the Agent: What is the Formula for Making a Living at Writing? (MacGregor Literary)
The Anatomy of a Bestselling Book: INFOGRAPHIC (GalleyCat)
How Indie Authors Should Price a Book for Optimal Success (DBW)**
3 Tips to Help Increase Writing Output (Jody Hedlund)**
What To Do With a Bad Review (The Write Conversation)
The Synergy of the First Draft, Whether You Trim or Embellish (Writer Unboxed)**
Internal Dialogue: The Greatest Tool for Gaining Reader Confidence (Jane Friedman)
Short on time? Check out these links ** now and and come back later for the rest!
That's it! Have a great reading and writing weekend!