Last week, I mentioned Katie Schuermann‘s neat sneak peek opportunity, and now I’ve learned about a fun Facebook event by Sarah Baughman. She is the Lutheran writer of Regency Silhouettes and the event is a digital tea break anticipating her next soon-to-be-released book!
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Every writer knows that publicity can be hard to come by. There are so many words floating around the cosmos and so few ears that chose to hear, let alone eyes to read! But check out what Lutheran novelist Katie Schuermann is doing for her next release: personalized publicity at its best!
Ladies and Gentlemen, I’m going to try another method of giveaway. To enter this Strong as Death Giveaway, comment on this post for a chance to win one copy of Strong as Death: Selected Poems by Rev. Chris Matthis (LCMS). I will mail the complimentary copy to the winner after randomly selecting a comment after Friday, September 23rd. Until then I will use a post-script on posts to link back to this entry, so it shouldn’t be lost to spotty blog-checking. Sound fair? Let me know your giveaway preferences! Below is my review.
I released a book. Convention hit. Then the National Youth Gathering and the party conventions hit. Initial interest in my latest book may have started to fade away as thoughts scatter and the world wallows in its wicked ways. So, this August let’s a little good news: Let’s have a Blessed Giveaway!
I like to think of this blog as a family-friendly place, so I’m happy to pass along writing contests for even our youngest, up-and-coming writers. You might recall I mentioned a homeschooling contest here. This next one, a CCLE Essay Contest, is nice in part because it could be a nice writing exercise for us as well. Want to work on your structure? Want to solidify your arguing lines of defense? Want to jot something down and feel a little free affirmation? Continue reading
This April marks the 20th anniversary of National Poetry Month. To celebrate, let’s gather up the names (and books, if possible) of living Lutheran poets & hymnists. Send them to me by comment or Facebook, and I’ll add them to my Lutheran Authors page in April. And, for now, here’s a little writing exercise (for you grownups) and a writing contest for homeschooled kiddos ages 7-19. The Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA for short) has three creative angles that will be sure to be a lot of fun, whatever your age.
I’m always happy to broadcast writing contests, so here is another one for your consideration: He Remembers the Barren is hosting a Mother’s Day Contest. That blog has been a Lutheran voice comforting the infertile and wrestling with difficult questions for five years now! And, who hasn’t been assigned to write an ode to your mother? (Actually that practice is newer than you likely realize, in part due to the romanticizing of motherhood when maternal mortality was so high in the 19th century or so.) Anyway, I also happen to know that if you’ve ever wondered about the new novelist publishing through CPH . . . Continue reading
But no voting for politicians here! Just an update from our previous post. Go here to vote for your favorite theologically-correct Valentine! Contest runs until February 13th.