Saturday, March 13, 2021

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.  Please send to If the winner does not contact us within two weeks, another winner may be selected.

Monday: Amy Lynn Green explained by you should Know Your Bribery Tiers for Marketing Strategy

Wednesday: Ruth Logan Herne encouraged us to Make That Lemonade!

Friday: Melanie Dobson talked about the importance of Cycling Through Time and joined us for a little Q&A.  Barbara Scott is the winner of a copy of Melanie's latest novel, The Curator's Daughter.

Monday:  Jan Drexler is our hostess. She'll be talking about the promises we make to our readers and how to keep them!

Tuesday: Guest Blogger Kimberly Duffy is with us, tackling that age-old question of how to 'Write What You Know' without boring your audience to death!

Wednesday: Debby Giusti will be chatting about her March release from Love Inspired Suspense--HIDDEN AMISH SECRETS. She'll also include "A Bit of This & That Beginning Writers Need to Know!" Be sure to stop by and join in the discussion.
Friday: Winnie Griggs is our hostess

Did you know?...There is a Facebook group especially for those who enjoy Inspirational Regency Romance? It's true! And it's hosted by Seeker Erica Vetsch (among others!) There are lots of fun posts, book reviews, polls, games, and more. Even if you're just interested in Regency fiction...or you want to hang out with folks who love books as much as you, pop on by! At the moment, we're doing our version of a March Madness bracket, rating the cover art of Georgette Heyer's books! We'd love for you to join in!

 Her temporary Amish homecoming 
could get her killed. 
Julianne Graber left her Amish life behind after a family tragedy, but now she’s back to sell the family home— and someone’s dead set on getting rid of her. With her neighbor William Lavy by her side, Julianne must uncover dangerous secrets to make sense of the past and present. Can she find justice for her family—and a future with Will—before the killer hits his target?
March 9, 2021
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Story Structure: How the Act Two Disaster Works in a Novel by Janice Hardy at Fiction University

What Can an Agent Do for Me? by Rachelle Gardner

Confessions of a Writer Who Started Young by Angela Ruth Strong at Learn How To Write A Novel

3 Reasons Writers Should Be Readers by Cara Putnam at Learn How To Write A Novel

Proofreading: Tips and Tricks by Steve Laube

5 Ways to Title Your Newly Finished Novel by Lewis Jorstad at The Novel Smithy

Archetypal Character Arcs, Pt. 5 The King Arc by KM Weiland at Helping Writers Become Authors

1 comment:

  1. Happy Saturday, Seekerville!

    Don't forget to "spring forward" tonight!

    Have a great weekend.


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