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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 Seekerville2@gmail.com. If the winner does not contact us within two weeks, another winner may be selected. **(All winners' emails will receive a response within a week. If you do not receive an acknowledgement, we may not have received it. Please leave a comment in the following Weekend Edition.)


Monday: Erica Vetsch brought you, Ready, Set, RETREAT! all about her most recent writing retreat.

Tuesday: Guest DeAnna Dodson brought us some tips on creating a continuity series.

Wednesday: Cate Nolan recommends Writing with Joy!

Thursday: Pam Hillman shares her adventure in self-publishing Children's picture books



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Monday:  Ruthy (Ruth Logan Herne) buzzes into Seekerville with a fun writing exercise for all of the authors out there for Blue Moon Monday.......  Ruthy wants you to add a paragraph.... Either in a serious mode, funny mode, poignant, romantic.... whatever you think might work. Go for it!

Ninety degrees and humidity at total saturation levels.
The combination didn't just annoy Jayce Montgomery.
It infuriated her.
Not because it turned her nearly black hair into a bush resembling a squirrel's nest, or the fact that science hadn't invented a women's deodorant that actually worked under these conditions.
Jayce could deal with that.
It was the oppressiveness of the combo.
Jayce hated oppression.
Like 'in-your-face' hated it. Nothing mild or tempered in her reaction.
A therapist might have a lot to say about that.
Forget them.
Forget anything that took a deep-dive into hidden meanings behind everything, she decided as she approached the Jackson house. 
She didn't feel for her gun.
That would be amateur hour. It was where she put it, where she always put it, ready to be withdrawn.
She might not need it.
But if she did, she was ready.
Jayce Montgomery was always one-hundred percent ready.
Ready right up until the Jackson house exploded, a fireball rising up as it blossomed out.
Suddenly her hair wasn't humid.
It was singed.
And singed might be even worse than humid.

Wednesday: Mindy Obenhaus will be here to share what's on her hear.

Thursday: Audra Harders is working on a new series of an old book inspiration.  
  




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Ruthy's newest "Wishing Bridge" novel is nearing the 100 review mark with a 5-Star rating... and she is thrilled to see readers' reactions to this beautiful, poignant novel of second chances and new beginnings... Second chances don't always come easy, but when God closes a door, somewhere He opens a window. 

Great story. Unforgettable characters. Forgiveness. Loss. Innumerable blessings. God's timing.... 

All this and more in this newest story "Reclaiming Hope in Wishing Bridge". Available in e-book or paperback at Amazon.com

Well worth the read! And a shout out to Susan Snodgrass for this lovely graphic! 

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Honey, I Shrunk the Plot! Learning to Love Synopses by Diana Giovinazzo at Writer Unboxed

GoFundMe Scam by Debbie Burke at Killzone blog

Researching Beyond the Internet by Cindy Ervin Huff at ACFW blog

Motivated by Deadlines by Dana R. Lynn at Learn How To Write A Novel

Preparing Your Author Business for the New Year by Michael Evans at Self-Publishing Formula

How a Sequel Works with a Scene by Janice Hardy at Fiction University

How to Develop Your Story's Theme by Kristen Kieffer at Well-Storied

Originalizing Your Story Idea by Becca Puglisi at Writers Helping Writers

9 Types of Tone for Writers at Write To Done

Writing Tips from Bestselling Writers by DiAnn Mills at The Write Conversation





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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 Seekerville2@gmail.com. If the winner does not contact us within two weeks, another winner may be selected. **(All winners' emails will receive a response within a week. If you do not receive an acknowledgement, we may not have received it. Please leave a comment in the following Weekend Edition.)


Monday: Jan Drexler offer advice on how to Write in Baby Bits

Tuesday: Pepper Basham talked about A World Within A Book and the winner for a copy of The Cairo Curse is Gena Bessire

Wednesday: Debby Giusti celebrated National Thesaurus Day with an informative blogpost about Peter Mark Roget, the physician and inventor who wrote the first thesaurus published in 1852.

Thursday: Winnie Griggs shared some wise words on how to Make a Fresh Start. Winners of a copy of her book A Tailor-Made Husband are Terry Lynn Schump, Sally Shupe and Connie Porter Saunders



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Monday: Erica Vetsch will give you the lowdown on the uber fast writing retreat she just attended.

Tuesday: Guest DeAnna Julie Dodson will join us and share!

Wednesday: Cate Nolan is sharing some reflections on being part of the writing community.

Thursday: Pam Hillman will be talking about her first foray into publishing children's picture books.
  





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Free Sweet and Clean Romance Giveaway thru January 31 by BookSpry.com at BookFunnel

The Writing Escape by Mary Gillgannon at RMFW blog

6 Joys of Starting a New Writing Project by Bob Hostetler at Steve Laube agency

Does FOMO Rule Your Writing Life? by LA Sartor at An Indie Adventure

Marketing for Introverts by Hannah Currie at Learn How To Write A Novel

How to Write a Book from Start to Finish in 13 Steps by Angela Ackerman at Writers In The Storm

Call to Action: The Mega Power of Tiny Copy by Dean Mackenzie at Write To Done


Have You Created a Character or a Caricature? by Kristen Kieffer at Well-Storied

Writing Insecure Characters by Becca Puglisi at Writers Helping Writers


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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 Seekerville2@gmail.com. If the winner does not contact us within two weeks, another winner may be selected. **(All winners' emails will receive a response within a week. If you do not receive an acknowledgement, we may not have received it. Please leave a comment in the following Weekend Edition.)


Monday: Jaime Jo Wright explored how God redeems our time

Tuesday: Dana Lynn celebrated Here's to Your Health

Wednesday: Ruth Logan Herne breezed in and spent a couple of days chatting with wonderful folks, and folks even FOLLOWED her over from Facebook! In light of that, we have THREE WINNERS of "Love's a Mystery in Cut and Shoot Texas".  DAWN, JENNA and CONNIE PORTER SANDERS have won copies! Send us your information to the Seekerville email posted above... And congratulations! 



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Monday: When God throws a curveball or two or three into your life, how can you keep your story alive? Jan Drexler explores the possibility of paring your writing time to fit the time God has given you in the hard seasons of life. 

Tuesday: Pepper Basham is your hostess 

Wednesday:Debby Giusti will be blogging today about the writing journey! Be sure to stop by and add your two cents to the conversation!

Thursday: Winnie Griggs is your hostess 
  


                                                        
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 JUST REPUBLISHED!

Ruth Logan Herne's beautiful reunion love story "Try, Try Again", the book that readers loved, the story that opened multiple doors for Ruthy's mid-life crisis career from hairnet and nametag jobs to an award-winning, bestselling multi-published author has a gorgeous new cover designed by Beth Jamison and an amazing sale price of $7.35 for the full-length novel! We're so happy to re-launch this gripping story of God's perfect timing and sacrificial love... and how the truth will set you free. Happy reading! 

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Low Content Books: Are They Still Worth It in 2023? by Jason Hamilton at Kindleprenuer

Need A Writing Buddy? by KM Weiland at Learn How To Write A Novel

5 Reasons Why It's Still a Good Idea to Have a Blog by Colleen M Story at Writers Helping Writers

How to Become a Confident Author by Daniel Parsons at Self Publishing Formula

Reaching for the Brass Ring by James Scott Bell at Killzone blog


How to Help Others Take Your Writing Seriously by Edie Melson at The Write Conversation

The Difference Between Setting and World Building by Janice Hardy at Fiction University

The Writing Brain vs The Speaking Brain by Jarrett Wilson at The Writing Cooperative

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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 Seekerville2@gmail.com. If the winner does not contact us within two weeks, another winner may be selected. **(All winners' emails will receive a response within a week. If you do not receive an acknowledgement, we may not have received it. Please leave a comment in the following Weekend Edition.)


Monday: Mary Connealy opened the year with talk of a new series. The winner of a $25 Amazon gift card is Tina Peterson

Wednesday: Mindy Obenhaus was here to discuss Goals, Resolutions and One Word.

Thursday: Audra Harders discussed choosing your One Word wisely



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Monday: Jaime Jo Wright will be our hostess

Tuesday: Dana Lynn will be our hostess 

Wednesday: Ruth Logan Herne swoops in with how she makes the quieter five months of non-farm winter pay off in her writing goals with possible advice on how not to kill people by scheduling your writing time when you can actually do it! And she's sweetened the deal with her newest Guideposts mystery "Love's a Mystery in Cut and Shoot Texas" to some lucky commenter! Come on by and see what the Ruthinator has to say this time! 


  

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Ruthy's newest mystery is available now! "Love's a Mystery in Cut and Shoot Texas" is up on the Guideposts website and you will love, love, love her contemporary offering in this 2-for-1 duo with Janice Thompson! Available in hardcover, e-formats or order the entire series and have them delivered to your door each month! #mustlovemysteries

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Disclaimer: Any blog post that includes an offer of product purchase or service is NOT to be considered an endorsement by Seekerville or any of our authors (please see our Legal page )

Hand Hobbies: A Resource Guide to Writing Basics by Michele Wheat at Wristband Express 
(this link was submitted by Laura Henne  as Seekerville "played such a valuable role in helping my Girl Scout Troop with their Novelist Badges.")

How to Effectively Grow Your Email List with Facebook by Jonas Fischer at MailerLite blog

Three Powerful Ways to Brainstorm New Story Ideas by Kristen Kieffer at Well-Storied

How to Make Money with Subscriptions by Michael Evans at Self-Publishing Formula

Build Your Writing Self-Efficacy by Ariel Curry at Jane Friedman

How to Choose Your Best Writing Yes for the New Year by Kristen Hogrefe Parnell at The Write Conversation

BookFunnel promo of Inspy Romance books on Kindle Unlimited

The Big Three for Backing Up Your Computer Work by LA Sartor at An Indie Adventure

Parts of a Story: 14 Core, Tonal, and Plot Elements by Jason Hamilton at Kindleprenuer














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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 Seekerville2@gmail.com. If the winner does not contact us within two weeks, another winner may be selected. **(All winners' emails will receive a response within a week. If you do not receive an acknowledgement, we may not have received it. Please leave a comment in the following Weekend Edition.)



Monday: Erica answered some questions submitted by a Seekervillager. 

Wednesday: Cate gave a sigh of relief over The Quiet Week





Monday: Mary Connealy brings wisdom and humor to 2023--A new year, a new series!

Wednesday: Mindy Obenhaus will be here to share.

Thursday: Audra Harders welcomes the New Year
  






Pepper's newest release, Authentically, Izzy, is getting some good shelf space at your nearby Barnes and Noble. It's been spotted throughout the country. Here's a little glimpse. See any other authors you know?


And if you're feeling a bit forlorn over the Christmas holidays coming to an end, here's a fun interview with Pepper about her Christmas novel, The Mistletoe Countess! 








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Story Premise Workshop offered by CS Lakin at Live Write Thrive

What Separates a Good Writer from a Great Writer? by Eldred "Bob" Bird at Writers In The Storm


The Core of Story Intimacy in What We Write by DiAnn Mills at The Write Conversation

3 Ways Your Novel Could Change the World by Lewis Jorstad at The Novel Smithy



A Positive Writing Mindset by Jennifer Chastain at Learn How To Write A Novel

Star Wars: Hero's Journey Example and Case Study by David Safford at The Write Practice

Motivation and Productivity at Fiction University

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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 Seekerville2@gmail.com. If the winner does not contact us within two weeks, another winner may be selected. **(All winners' emails will receive a response within a week. If you do not receive an acknowledgement, we may not have received it. Please leave a comment in the following Weekend Edition.)


Monday: Jan Drexler gave us insight into A Child's Christmas in the Midwest

Tuesday: Pepper Basham wished everyone Tidings of Comfort and Joy

Wednesday: Debby Giusti shared her Advent Reflection 2022! She also wishes everyone a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Thursday: Pam Hillman asked the question: What Did Mama Really Want for Christmas in 1970?


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Monday: Erica Vetsch jumps in to answer some questions submitted by a Seekerville reader!

Wednesday: Cate Nolan is our hostess today




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Her Tailor-Made Husband available for pre-order.

I'm rereleasing one of my previous Love Inspired Historical books with a new title and a spiffy new cover. It releases on Jan 03 and is available for pre-order now.


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Hazel Andrews has been in love with Ward Gleason since she was an adolescent. Her admiration and attraction for him have only grown over the years as she sees his dedication and integrity in action. Ward, however, continues to see her as only a friend. Frustrated, Hazel decides it’s time for a change and accepts her aunt’s invitation to join her in New York. But fate has other plans…

 Ward Gleason had to grow up quickly. Man of the house by age ten, he took on all the responsibilities of a grown-up, including guilt over a family tragedy. Now serving as sheriff, Ward is determined to do the people of Turnabout proud. When he finds an abandoned child, he knows he’ll need help caring for the five-year-old until her situation is resolved. Hazel seems the perfect person to watch little Meg during the day, but when he learns of Hazel’s plans to leave Texas, it’s more than disappointment that settles in Ward’s gut. Could his feelings toward Hazel have deepened without him realizing it?

 When the townsfolk spot Hazel leaving Ward’s home a late night babysitting, gossip spreads, threatening her reputation. Ward offers the perfect solution: A fake engagement until Meg’s family is located, then Hazel can break it off and move to New York.

 Unless he can persuade her to stay. But after years of pushing her away, how can he now convince her his feelings are real?

(NOTE: This book was previously published under the title A Tailor-Made Husband)

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Making the Pomodoro Technique Work for You by Hallee Bridgeman at Learn How To Write A Novel



Merry Christmas, Dear Word Players! by KM Weiland at Helping Writers Become Authors

Worthy Words: Prophetic Plots by Christine Sunderland at ACFW blog

Novel vs Novella by Dave Chesson at Kindleprenuer

Let It Snow and Let It Go by Maggie Smith at RMFW blog

5 Time Saving Tips for Authors to Implement for the New Year by Melissa Makarewicz at Book Brush blog


Put Ground Under Their Feet by Lynette Burrows at Writers In The Storm

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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 Seekerville2@gmail.com. If the winner does not contact us within two weeks, another winner may be selected. **(All winners' emails will receive a response within a week. If you do not receive an acknowledgement, we may not have received it. Please leave a comment in the following Weekend Edition.)


Monday: Jaime Jo Wright offer suggestions on how to survive Christmas Chaos

Tuesday: Dana Lynn talked about fascinating research for her books

Wednesday: Ruth Logan Herne gifted us with a mix of her favorite Christmas carols on YouTube and her delicious Clams Casino Dip

Thursday: Winnie Griggs shared her historical research for the beloved Christmas carol Do You Hear What I Hear? and a tasty recipe for Cajun Corn Maque Choux



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Monday: Jan Drexler is your hostess

Tuesday: Pepper Basham is your hostess  

Wednesday: Debby Giusti is your hostess. She'll be providing an Advent Reflection.

Thursday: Pam Hillman is your hostess  
  







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Erica Vetsch is joining a couple of her writing buddies in a
Progressive Regency Christmas Dinner and you're invited
 to attend! You can start the dinner at author Michelle Griep's Website 
and continue to follow the links until you reach the end. Enter 
the giveaway at the last site to be entered to win 
a "Tea With The Authors" online
event in the New Year. 











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Writers, One Word Makes All the Difference by Beth K Vogt at The Write Conversation

What Derails Your Writing Dream? by Tara Johnson at ACFW blog

Feed Your Soul by Jennifer Deibel at Learn How To Write A Novel

Writing Out of Sequence by John Gilstrap at Killzone blog


How to Decide What You Really Want from Your Writing Career by Colleen M Story at Writers In The Storm

How to Show a Character's Repressed Emotions by Angela Ackerman at Jane Friedman

Facing Down Fear by Kathleen McCleary at Writer UnBoxed


Dealing with Multiple Drafts During Revisions by Janice Hardy at Fiction University







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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 Seekerville2@gmail.com. If the winner does not contact us within two weeks, another winner may be selected. **(All winners' emails will receive a response within a week. If you do not receive an acknowledgement, we may not have received it. Please leave a comment in the following Weekend Edition.)


Monday: Mary Connealy

Wednesday: Mindy shared her thoughts on The Wonder of Christmas, as well as her favorite recipe that even the worst of cooks can use to make their house smell like Christmas. The winner of a signed copy of Mindy's latest release, A Christmas Bargain is... Jcp!

Thursday: Carrie Schmidt



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Monday: Jaime Wright

Tuesday: Dana Lynn  

Wednesday: Ruth Logan Herne

Thursday: Winnie Griggs  will be up with info on a favorite hymn and one of her most requested holiday recipes.
  







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Get into the holiday spirit with a great Christmas read!

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Book two in award-winning author Mindy Obenhaus's Hope Crossing series.


Can a property dispute… Turn into a holiday blessing?

When single mom Annalise Grant inherits a fledgling Christmas tree farm in Texas, she vows to do whatever it takes to make it a success. But when neighbor Hawkins Prescott claims some of her trees are on his property, the only option is a partnership. As Christmas draws closer, Annalise and Hawkins find themselves growing closer as well. Could a family by Christmas become part of the deal?

 

Available at local retailers or order your copy today!



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Debby Giusti will be at 
Book Love The Book Shop
in Senoia, GA
Sat, Dec 10, 11-1 PM
If you're in the area, stop by to get your autographed copy of
IN A SNIPER'S CROSSHAIRS.
Proceeds benefit Tunnels to Towers Foundation
Supporting the families of American Heroes--Fallen First Responders and Wounded Veterans.

Trivia: Senoia, GA is where THE WALKING DEAD was filmed.

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IN A SNIPER’S CROSSHAIRS

By Debby Giusti

An assassin’s loose in Amish country…

and she’s not the only target.

When a radio broadcast describes taxi driver Lily Hudson’s passenger as an armed criminal, she becomes his immediate target. Narrowly escaping, Lily accepts Matthias Overholt’s offer to hide at his Amish family farm for Christmas—until evidence reveals the gunman’s plan is tied to Lily’s past. Now to prevent an assassination, Lily and Matthias must unravel a years-old conspiracy…and evade a sniper who has them in his sights.

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On Endings and Non-Endings by Greer Macallister at Writer UnBoxed

When Setting Doubles as a Character by Peggy Sue Wells at The Write Conversation

Running and Writing - The Finish Line by Kay DiBianca at Kill Zone blog

Why We Write by Terry Overton at ACFW blog

TTS (Text-To-Speech) Before You Hit Send by Patricia Bradley at Learn How To Write A Novel


Introducing Reader Magnets by Nick Stephenson at Your First 10,000 Readers

Creating Bonus Content to Double Your Reader Engagement by Penny C. Sansevieri at Writers In The Storm



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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 Seekerville2@gmail.com. If the winner does not contact us within two weeks, another winner may be selected.


Monday: Erica Vetsch brought us a recipe and movie recommendation to open our Advent Season

Tuesday: Pam Hillman offered a funny Thanksgiving story and shared a very yummy recipe!

Wednesday: Ruthy and Mindy talked about the Season of Waiting. The winners of a copy of the 2-in- 1, Her Holiday Lawman are... Kathy Bailey and Angeline!

Thursday: Audra Harders dipped her finger into the Yuletide baking game.



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Monday: Mary Connealy is our hostess

Wednesday: Mindy Obenhaus will be sharing some of her favorite things about the season of Advent.

Thursday: Carrie Schmidt is our hostess  
  






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Debby Giusti will be at 
Book Love The Book Shop
in Senoia, GA
Sat, Dec 10, 11-1 PM
If you're in the area, stop by to get your autographed copy of
IN A SNIPER'S CROSSHAIRS.
Proceeds benefit Tunnels to Towers Foundation
Supporting the families of American Heroes--Fallen First Responders and Wounded Veterans.

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IN A SNIPER’S CROSSHAIRS

By Debby Giusti

An assassin’s loose in Amish country…

and she’s not the only target.

When a radio broadcast describes taxi driver Lily Hudson’s passenger as an armed criminal, she becomes his immediate target. Narrowly escaping, Lily accepts Matthias Overholt’s offer to hide at his Amish family farm for Christmas—until evidence reveals the gunman’s plan is tied to Lily’s past. Now to prevent an assassination, Lily and Matthias must unravel a years-old conspiracy…and evade a sniper who has them in his sights.

 Order HERE! 

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Debby Giusti was on Tracy Fredrychowski's Podcast

BUGGY TALK, Episode #65.



Click the link below  to listen to the interview!

https://tracyfredrychowski.com/podcast/debby-giusti-in-a-snipers-crosshairs/


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Winnie Griggs is rereleasing The Holiday Courtship with a spiffy new cover and a new title - His Christmas Matchmaker.

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A guilty secret… Vowing to put her past behind her, schoolteacher Janell Whitman has resigned herself to spinsterhood and she's erected walls to guard her heart from all but her pupils.

A solitary heart… Hank Chandler is quite comfortable with his uncomplicated bachelor life. But when he suddenly finds himself the guardian of his orphaned niece and nephew he knows all that that will have to change. Not only do the children need a mother’s love, but he’s not fit to be a single parent. So he’ll need to marry quickly, whether he wants to or not.

 A Christmas bargain… Seeing their need, Janell impulsively reaches out to help the hurting Chandler family. But when Hank proposes a businesslike marriage she draws the line at becoming his wife. She softens her refusal, however, with a counteroffer – she’ll take care of the children after school and help him find an appropriate wife in time for Christmas. After all, how hard can it be? 

But as the holiday grows closer, it seems increasingly difficult to find a suitable candidate––not to mention even harder to deny their growing feelings for each other. It might take a miracle for these two hearts to become one, but Christmas is the season of miracles––and love.

Order HERE

 (NOTE: This book was previously published under the title The Holiday Courtship)

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Book two in award-winning author Mindy Obenhaus's Hope Crossing series.


Can a property dispute… Turn into a holiday blessing?

When single mom Annalise Grant inherits a fledgling Christmas tree farm in Texas, she vows to do whatever it takes to make it a success. But when neighbor Hawkins Prescott claims some of her trees are on his property, the only option is a partnership. As Christmas draws closer, Annalise and Hawkins find themselves growing closer as well. Could a family by Christmas become part of the deal?

 

Available at local retailers or order your copy today!






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Disclaimer: Any blog post that includes an offer of product purchase or service is NOT to be considered an endorsement by Seekerville or any of our authors (please see our Legal page )


Excellent Reasons an Author Would Write a Novella by Lynn H. Blackburn at The Write Conversation

The Anatomy of Genre by John Truby at The Creative Penn

Have You Crafted a Character or a Caricature? by Kristen Kieffer at Well-Storied

4 Things You Need for Writing Success by CS Lakin at Live Write Thrive

Our Favorite Gifts for Writers by Angela Ackerman at Writers Helping Writers

How to Get Back To Writing by Matthew Duffus at Jane Friedman

Writing Through the Holidays by Jaime Jo Wright at Learn How To Write A Novel


The Smell, Taste, Sound, and Feel of Christmas by Lisa Schnedler at ACFW blog

5 Ways to Grow Your Author Profits by Mark Dawson at Self Publishing Formula



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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 Seekerville2@gmail.com. If the winner does not contact us within two weeks, another winner may be selected. **(All winners' emails will receive a response within a week. If you do not receive an acknowledgement, we may not have received it. Please leave a comment in the following Weekend Edition.)


Monday: Jan Drexler loves Thanksgiving for so many reasons ... especially PIE! She explored finding joy, no matter the circumstances.

Wednesday: Cate Nolan went in search of Thanksgiving commercials and look what she found! All the feels.

Thursday/Friday: Happy Thanksgiving from your friends in Seekerville!



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Monday: Erica Vetsch begins our advent season with a recipe and movie recommendation

Tuesday: Pam Hillman has something up her sleeve when it comes to the Advent Season  

Thursday: Audra Harders loves the Advent season for so many reasons. Now she just has to pick one to talk about! 
  



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Debby Giusti will be at 
Book Love The Book Shop
in Senoia, GA
Sat, Dec 10, 11-1 PM
If you're in the area, stop by to get your autographed copy of
IN A SNIPER'S CROSSHAIRS.
Proceeds benefit Tunnels to Towers Foundation
Supporting the families of American Heroes--Fallen First Responders and Wounded Veterans.

Weekend Edition

IN A SNIPER’S CROSSHAIRS

By Debby Giusti

An assassin’s loose in Amish country…

and she’s not the only target.

When a radio broadcast describes taxi driver Lily Hudson’s passenger as an armed criminal, she becomes his immediate target. Narrowly escaping, Lily accepts Matthias Overholt’s offer to hide at his Amish family farm for Christmas—until evidence reveals the gunman’s plan is tied to Lily’s past. Now to prevent an assassination, Lily and Matthias must unravel a years-old conspiracy…and evade a sniper who has them in his sights.

 Order HERE! 

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Debby Giusti was on Tracy Fredrychowski's Podcast

BUGGY TALK, Episode #65.



Click the link below  to listen to the interview!

https://tracyfredrychowski.com/podcast/debby-giusti-in-a-snipers-crosshairs/


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Coming this Tuesday...

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Book two in award-winning author Mindy Obenhaus's Hope Crossing series.


Can a property dispute… Turn into a holiday blessing?

When single mom Annalise Grant inherits a fledgling Christmas tree farm in Texas, she vows to do whatever it takes to make it a success. But when neighbor Hawkins Prescott claims some of her trees are on his property, the only option is a partnership. As Christmas draws closer, Annalise and Hawkins find themselves growing closer as well. Could a family by Christmas become part of the deal?

 

Preorder your copy today!





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Best Deals for Author Tools Right Now by LA Sartor at An Indie Adventure


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Learn How to Write Faster by Dave Chesson at Kindleprenuer

Managing Multiple Projects: Writer Magic or Mayhem? by Kris Maze at Writers In The Storm


What do You Include in a Book Synopsis? By Beth K Vogt at Learn How To Write A Novel


5 World-Building Tips to Write a Captivating Novel by Dario Villirilli at Live Write Thrive

5 Things Writers Can Be Thankful For Today by Lori Hatcher at The Write Conversation

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