Friday 3/19: The winners of copies of Winnie's book The Christmas Journey are Jeanne Takenaka, BK and Lucy Reynolds
Monday: Erica chatted about her relationship with book reviews, what a reader should include, what they shouldn't and how reviews help authors.
Wednesday: Cate was back to talk craft books. The winner of Wired for Story is Lynne.
Friday: Pam was our host on Friday with part IV of her DIY Graphics Design series. If you missed the post, you can read it here.
Friday: Courtney Walsh will be back on Seekerville! Come welcome her and be sure to leave a comment for a chance to win her latest, Is It Any Wonder: A Nantucket Love Story.
The Indebted Earl released this week! You can get your copy now!
To celebrate, my publisher is giving away a Kindle Fire HD 8"!
You can enter to win by clicking on this link to my website:
SECOND WEEK IN A ROW!!!
HIDDEN AMISH SECRETS
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?
The Huge Truth My Characters Taught Me About Trusting God by Jessie Mattis
How to Make Your Author Newsletter a Priority in Your Sales Game by LA Sartor at Book Brush Blog
Is It Sticky? by Catherine McKenzie at Writer Unboxed
Archetypal Character Arcs, Pt 7: The Mage Arc by KM Weiland at Helping Writers Become Authors
Iconic Tales in Your Novel by Peter Leavell at Learn How To Write A Novel
How to Show (and Not Tell) Without Raising Your Word Count by Janice Hardy at Fiction University
How to Design a Book Cover That Sells by David Gaughran
What is Your Character's Emotional Shielding and Why Does It Matter by Becci Puglisi at Writers Helping Writers
Choosing Your Self-Publishing Strategy as an Independent Author by Lewis Jorstad at The Novel Smithy
4 Tips to Add Conflict to Your Story by Ane Mulligan at The Write Conversation