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Seekerville Happenings

Check out the great guests in Seekerville this month!
Oh, and stop in and say hi to the Seekers, too!

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Sunday Inspiration for Writers

The Lord is my Shepherd, I shall not want;
   He makes me lie down in green pastures.
He leads me beside still waters;
   He restores my soul.
Psalm 23: 1-3a RSV

Stressful times seem to know no limits any longer. It used to be:        

·         the holidays are stressful
·         preparing for vacations is stressful
·         “the kids are out of school for the summer, how will I get anything done?” is stressful

(obviously, this is my list. Feel free to insert your own stress factors)

Circumstances change and suddenly you find yourself with little down time to recharge and regroup. Deadlines at work become tighter; commute times become longer; the budget doesn’t stretch to cover expenses.

Sometimes it feels like the proverbial walls are coming down on you.

Most of us can recite the 23rd Psalm in our sleep. The words tumble out from years of recitation in Sunday School and church services. There is nothing wrong with that. They are good words.

But when was the last time you actually absorbed the meaning of those words? God loved David, yet David was no stranger to adversity. He had his good days and his bad days. Sometimes his bad days were really bad. David never stopped loving God; God never stopped loving David.

And He’ll never stop loving us.

God never promised us we would be sheltered from the problems of this life, but He does say He will always be there to help us through them. We need to:

·         Ask
·         Listen
·         Obey

When we fight for creative inspiration after a long day at work; when we try to grab a couple of moments to work on our WIP while the kids are busy with an activity; when we try to work out a scene in our heads while stuck in traffic, remember, God has that green pasture all prepared for us. He’s ready to set white noise to “babbling brook.” He’s ready to restore your soul.

All you need to do is ask.

God has plans for each and every one of us. He never said the road would be easy. Not on this side of Heaven. But He’s running the marathon with us and offering us cups of water along the way.

Go ahead, lie down in that pasture. Wiggle your toes in the green grass and gaze into the calm waters.

Let Him restore your soul.

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Rules are made to be broken

Join me in Seekerville where I’m hosting Donnell Ann Bell today. She’s talking about rule breaking…something we all long to do well. She’s giving away a copy of her newest book, Deadly Recall. You won’t want to miss the fun!

And don’t miss the opportunity to download Deadly Recall as a Kindle Deal of the Day tomorrow, Friday April 5!

Donnell Ann Bell is the author of The Past Came Hunting and newly released Deadly Recall from Bell Bridge Books. Both books were nominated for the prestigious Golden Heart from Romance Writers of America. Her website is 

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Seekerville Happenings

Check out the Seekerville schedule for April!

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Happy Easter

Because He lives, so too shall we!

“For God so loved the world, He have his only Son, that whosoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have everlasting life.” John 3:16

There are no more precious words than these when asked for the reason for my faith. May God bless you on this beautiful Easter day! 
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A Light In The Window

One Woman. Two Men.

One stirs her pulse and the other her faith.

But who will win her heart?

Marceline Murphy is a gentle beauty with a well-founded aversion to rogues.

But when two of Boston’s most notorious pursue her,

attraction, dreams and faith only muddle her mind.

Can the light in the window

illuminate the path of true love?


$ .99 for 3 days only–March 15, 16 & 17!



5-Star Rating on Amazon and Barnes & Noble and here are a few of the reviews:

— “This is Lessman’s finest work and will hold your heart captive and wanting more.” – Angi G.

— “Any director looking for a good movie script would have their work already done for them. I loved A Light In the Window and couldn’t put it down until I finished it at 5:30 this morning.” – Sunshine

— “I finished A Light in the Window at 1am this morning! Wowzers! What an emotional rollercoaster!” – BizLizy


Award-winning author of The Daughters of Boston and Winds of Change Irish series, Julie Lessman was American Christian Fiction Writers 2009 Debut Author of the Year and voted #1 Romance Author of the year in Family Fiction magazine’s 2012 and 2011 Readers Choice Awards, #1 Historical Fiction Author, #3 Author, #4 Novel, #3 Series, as well as Booklist’s 2010 Top 10 Inspirational Fiction and recipient of 14 RWA awards. Contact Julie and read excerpts from her books at

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Sunday Inspiration for Writers

“You saw me before I was born. Every day of my life was recorded in your book. Every moment was laid out before a single day had passed.”  Psalm 139:16 NLT


This is a favorite verse of mine. I not only have the page marked with a Post It flag, but I have it underlined and highlighted. Why do you suppose that is? Why do some Bible verses and passages speak to us more personally than the others? In the case of this verse, I know I derive great comfort knowing God is in charge of my life—He has been even before I drew my first breath of air. There is no greater comfort to me than knowing the awesome God of the universe who made heaven and earth and all things visible and invisible, knows me and cares for me as if I was the only creature in the world.

Wow. That just blows my mind and humbles me to my knees.

The entire chapter of Psalm 139 sees David pouring his heart out to God, acknowledging how God made him, knew him, formed him and how not a moment of David’s life escapes Him: How precious are Your thoughts about me, O God!(verse 17). David seeks and adores God’s hand on his life. He is comforted in knowing: You chart the path ahead of me and tell me where to stop and rest. Every moment you know where I am.(verse 3).  David, the greatest king this world has ever seen, drew strength and conviction from the knowledge that God walked beside him, along each path and turn his life took, and offered him guidance.

Sometimes I wonder if anything I do makes a difference. My job, my marriage, my writing – does it matter? The answer to that baffling question can be found in this chapter. God knew me before I was born. He had a purpose for me. He made me a wife, a mother, a daughter…

A writer. He put the desire to write romantic novels in my heart.  He nods at my ah-ha moments and smiles at all the tender feelings that well in my heart and make me want to spill them across the pages of a book. He made me to write about His glorious gift of love.

Whenever I wonder if I’m doing the work of the Lord, I try to imagine my life without writing stories that demonstrate the need for a man and a woman to fall in love. I can’t do it. I can’t find the passion or the purpose. All the stories lines that run through my mind include a hero, a heroine, and our Lord who knits them together as one, overcoming obstacles and uniting them in His perfect love. As it should be : )

Yep, that’s what God made me. A dreamer. A Christian fiction author. A romance writer.
He knew me before I was born and created me to become…me.

Thank you for making me so wonderfully complex! Your workmanship is marvelous—and how well I know it. (verse 14).


Have a great week!

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Alan Schleimer in Seekerville today!

Bounce on over to Seekerville today and visit with Alan Schleimer as he recounts the road to success in his publishing career. Share his excitement over the release of his debut book, The Q Manifesto. He’s offering a copy to a Seekerville visitor, so stop by and say hi!


The Q Manifesto Disenchanted with his profession, Jay Hunt gave up a lucrative Wall Street career to become a backcountry tour guide. Soon after, an ancient manuscript is uncovered that reveals the Gospels were an orchestrated fiction written by a first-century sect at Qumran. Though its revelation stuns the world, Jay ignores it until his father, a retired Dead Sea Scrolls expert, gets in over his head investigating the scroll. Suspicious of numerous accidents, Jay follows a trail of clues that uncovers evidence of a grand plot that will tip the balance of world power. Marked for death by unknown assailants, Jay soon learns that the world’s only chance to survive Armageddon depends on him deciphering cryptic messages in his quest for the truth.

An award-winning thriller that sprints from Arizona to Jerusalem, Paris to the Caribbean, and Houston to Amman. Your fingernails don’t stand a chance.

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As The Pieces Fall Together…

Jane Choate is my guest in Seekerville today. Her topic is Writing Cut and Paste Style.
I can relate to that. My writing is all over the place needing to be hauled together and affixed with duck tape, LOL!
Jane is the author of 32 books and over 400 short stories and articles, including 11 for Chicken Soup, and she hosts two blogs. The Gratitude Project offers daily inspiration and The Patriot Pages recounts the adventures of our founding fathers, highlighting the great foundation of our nation.
Check them out! 
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Check out the Seekerville happenings in March!!


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