Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year, Reader & Writer Friends!

Here in Seekerville 
we turned the last page on 2018
and are now opening a promising new year!

A year of hopes and dreams.
A year of possibilities.

A year of challenges . . .
growing . . . stretching . . . and
reaching for the stars.

Another year of encouraging, supporting,
and praying each other through 
whatever comes our way.

Join us on the journey through 2019!

What are YOU most looking forward to?


  1. Happy New Year, dearest Seekers and villagers and everyone! :) A new year with no mistakes in it yet.... And plenty of time to make some.

    Wishing all of you the very best of years, filled with faith, family, fiction and fun... God bless you!


  2. A happy and blessed New Year to everyone!
    A year of hopes, dreams and possibilities, I like that!
    Let the adventure begin!

  3. Happy New Year to everyone! I'm looking forward to a year of great health for my husband and myself; a year of new adventures, new hopes and dreams being fulfilled!

    Blessings to everyone!

  4. I'm looking forward to working more closely with my husband on my author business.

  5. Happy New Year! Thanks to all who joined in the fun yesterday with our New Year's Eve Celebration. Congrats to the winners!

    Wishing faith, health, peace and love for my family and yours in 2019!

  6. Happy New Year, everyone. I am looking forward to being more disciplined with my writing this year.

  7. Happy New Year, SEEKERVILLE friends! I'm looking forward to so many things! A new season, a new journey, new books to read!

    Here's to many blessings and much fun ahead!

    1. A new book releasing...you forgot that, Cynthia! :)

  8. "One Word 2019?"

    Are we doing 'One Word' this year or have we already done it and I missed it?

    Don't have word yet.

    1. Hi, Vince! I have a "one word" for 2019 -- keeping the same one I had last year. "Led." (The Lord himself will lead you and be with you. He will not fail you or abandon you, so do not lose courage or be afraid. (Deut 31:8))

      Has anyone else selected a One Word for 2019?

  9. Happy New Year Seekervillagers!

  10. Happy New Year everyone! I pray your new year is blessed beyond compare!
    I'm looking forward to my writing journey with my debut novel releasing and more books to write.

  11. "Steve Martin Writing Tip
    From his Master Class"

    I love this tip which is especially applicable for Pantsers:

    When you are writing always ask, "What should come next". Not what do you have planned next or what do you want to happen next but, after really thinking about it, 'what should come next'.

    I really like this idea. If you are writing and what should come next is something you don't want to happen, then maybe you have to change the lead up or foundation. In any event, if everything is what should come next, then the story will have integrity and authenticity.

    Think about it.

    Have a Happy New Year all year long.

  12. Happy New Year!

    It is so good to be back to reading. Now to get my writing back on track.

  13. Happy New Year! I'm looking forward to getting things accomplished this year. I made my goals list for 2019 last night, and it's HUGE! My one word for 2019 is Balance. Gotta work on balancing my hats. Stay warm everyone!

  14. Hello, Seekerville Friends! I am MOST looking forward to rejoining the writing community in 2019! I spent 2018 caring for my mom until she passed, getting my feet back under me, and then planning my daughter's November wedding...which, of course, led right into the holiday season. I have a new office now that we have an empty bedroom (woohoo! my own space!), and I feel refreshed and ready to go. I've missed everybody!

  15. I am looking forward to a new year!

  16. Just looking forward to what the Lord has for me and my family in the coming year. Happy and blessed new year to you all.


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