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Monday: Jan brought us a post about weasel words and how revisions help us make them stronger. The winner of an e-book copy of The Sign of the Calico Quartz is Michelle Gregory!
Tuesday: Pepper brought us a fresh new look at Meet Cutes, great examples, and lots of good back and forth in the comments.
Wednesday: Cate made us think with her post about "Who Makes the Meaning in a Book?"
Thursday: Pam shared more tips on trimming and weeding our newsletter subscribers to encourage healthy growth!
Monday: Erica is our hostess on Monday. Erica always brings great discussions to the table. Can't wait to see what she shares with Seekerville.
Friday: Let's welcome a first time guest on Seekerville, bestselling author, Sandra Byrd. Be sure to stop by and greet Sandra, and enter for a chance to win a copy of her upcoming release, Heirlooms.
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