Saturday, February 15, 2020

Weekend Edition


If you are not familiar with our giveaway rules, take a minute to read them here. It keeps us all happy! All winners should send their name, address, and phone number to claim prizes.  Note our new email address and please send your emails to

Friday Feb. 7th: Winners of a copy of Mark Abel's debut novel, Ephesus: A Tale of Two Kingdoms are Glynis and Lee-AnnB!

Monday: Christy LaShea brought us an amazing, inspirational post about overcoming fear and obstacles. The winner of a copy of her debut book Hope Between Us from Winged Publications is Sandy Smith!

Tuesday: Angela Ruth Strong was our guest, inspiring us with her fight and her grace! The winner of an autographed copy of A Cuppa Trouble is msguish

Wednesday: Ruth Logan Herne talked of faith, hope, love and Valentine's Day! Jeanne Takenaka will soon be reading Ruthy's latest release, Finding Peace In Wishing Bridge.

Friday: Beth put a bookish spin on The 5 Love Languages!

Monday: Jodie Wolfe will be Jan's guest. Jodie will be celebrating her new release with us and delving into the necessity of including a spiritual thread in our stories. One commenter will win a copy of her new book, Taming Julia!

Wednesday:  USA TODAY Bestselling Author Debby Giusti will talk about writing and offer tips on how to improve our stories. Stop by to chat and comment to enter a drawing for Debby's April release, DANGEROUS AMISH INHERITANCE.
Friday: Winnie Griggs will be discussing some pointers to help with Productivity.

"Hannah's Choice," the first book in Jan's Journey to Pleasant Prairie series is on sale all month. Did you see Amazon's price?!?!? Only seventy-nine cents!!!

Order from Amazon now!

The Maggie Award of Excellence 2020
is open. Get your manuscripts ready for submission!

Love Inspired Editor EMILY RODMELL
will attend Georgia Romance Writers
Moonlight & Magnolias Conference 2020.
Plan to attend and pitch your story to Emily!


Dangerous Amish Inheritance
By Debby Giusti
“Move off the mountain. No one wants you here.”

Can this Amish widow survive her dangerous stalker?
Someone wants Ruthie Eicher off Amish Mountain…enough to terrorize the widow and her boys. Now Ruthie must rely on her former sweetheart, Noah Schlabach—the secret father of her eldest son—as they figure out why. But Noah has turned his back on love and the Amish way of life. Can he shield Ruthie…without breaking her heart again?

Order HERE!


Going Viral: A User's Guide by David Gaughran

Two Words Christian Authors Should Stop Using by Joshua J. Masters at The Write Conversation

Writing Legal Fiction: 4 Research Tips by Christina Kaye at Helping Writers Become Authors

Tips For Overcoming "Less Than" Syndrome by Lisa Jordan at Learn How To Write A Novel

Letting Go Of Your Babies by Tamela Hancock Murray at Steve Laube


  1. Happy Saturday, Seekerville!

    The sun is shining here in the Black Hills and we're ready to enjoy the kind weather before the next storm arrives. :-)

    I hope you all have a great weekend!

  2. I'll agree with Jan--it's beautiful today! Thanks for a great week at Seekerville, and for the book. I can't wait to read it.

    Have a wonderful weekend, everyone!

  3. I'm excited to win Christy's book. I hope everyone is having a wonderful weekend.

  4. The rain is on pause and it's sunny in Georgia. Daffodils are in bloom along with the red bud trees.

    Enjoy the weekend.

    1. Hi Debby: We have many red bud trees here in Oklahoma. I have them in my back yard. My Spring favorite are the Forsythia plants. Yellow is like bright sunlight. They are so beautiful with a snowy background. Do you have them in Georgia?

  5. Debby has flowers???? Oh, gadzooks, little stabs of jealousy are prickling this Yankee! But I am HAPPY FOR YOU! :)

    Vince, I love forsythias, too. I love how the yellow is so bright, such a perfect harbinger of spring... and they're not pretty the rest of the year, but that one blast is enough, isn't it?

    And now they have them so they don't get quite so big and leggy, and that's kind of nice in a border garden.

    It's cold and gray here right now, but it's edging toward March, so there's only ten more weeks of winter. :)



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