17 March 2012

New Christian Regency Blog - Laurie Alice Eakes' Week

Laurie Alice Eakes with her dog Nick at Frontier Culture Museum

Laurie Alice Eakes is one of the new editors of the Regency Reflections group blog. This is a group blog of Christian Regency authors and is brand new!  One of the members is Sarah E. Ladd. 


I want to give a big shout out to my critique partner, Sarah E. Ladd, who just landed a three book contract with Thomas Nelson publishing company. Laurie Alice and Sarah are both represented by Tamela Hancock Murray of the Steve Laube Agency.


With Laurie Alice and all the members of the new blog, I think Regency will be rocking the boat for some time to come!


Go over and check out the new blog!  Vanessa Riley's Christian Regency website hosts this new blog. Either use the hotlink in the first line of this post or use the hotlink for Vanessa and go over to the right upper side of the blog and click on the Regency Reflections blog.


Some of the other ladies who contribute to the blog are: Linore Rose Burhard, Ruth Axtell, Naomi Rawlings, and more (here is the link to the contributors' page.


GIVEAWAY:  The winners for this week's drawings will be posted Sunday afternoon.  Leave a comment and your email address for a chance to win a copy of one of Laurie Alice's books from OTT-WGH and another winner will receive an ebook of Laurie Alice's The Glassblower.  

17 comments:

  1. I love the Blog, I will spend some of my time here. i fix Goose every Christmas for Dinner, I will try this new Recipe out this year. It sure looks good.
    Please add me to your contest.
    Blessings

    ingrids62448(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  2. Thanks for letting us know about this new Regency Blog...sounds great!

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  3. Wow! I hadn't heard about this new blog! I love it and it is now in my blogroll! Thank you!

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  4. INGRID & SHERRINDA, I am sure the Regency gals will be glad to hear about this. DIANA - it is really pretty and packed with information!

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  5. Yes, we're finding out way with this blog, and it's doing well. Some of you may be interested in my post in February on the significance of the year 1812.

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  6. So happy to hear the excitement about our blog! Thank you for the shout out. I am another one of the editors and look forward to having all of you come visit us!

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  7. Thanks for the shout out, Carrie! And what great reviews of Laurie Alice's books below! She's one awesome writer, isn't she?

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  8. KRISTI ANN!!! So nice to meet you!!! Will go over and check out your Blogger profile. Welcome to OTT-WGH!

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  9. NAOMI, The word I keep hearing repeated is "brilliant" lol! I think Diana uses that term every time she mentions her. And Laurie Alice is. Praying she never has another bad year like this last one, though.

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  10. I use the word "brilliant" and "wow". :) Seriously, when I read the first two chapters of Heart's Safe Passage, I was so amazed at her "brilliant" descriptions of everything, I kept saying "wow"! I really did!

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  11. Thanks so much for pointing out this new blog. I've read several books from the authors over there, most recently one by Mary Moore....and WOW! It was good!!

    Would love the opportunity to win Laurie's newest. :o)

    Christy
    southernsassythings at gmail dot com

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  12. I just love a chance to win free books and read about new books at the same time. I run the library for my church so those are 2 things that I love spending my time doing, winning and reading :)

    librarybooks at religious dot com

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  13. Thank you, Carrie, I pray I don't ahve another year like this past one either. I read back inmy journal and say, "How have I survived and managed to write three books and two novellas, too?" By the Grace of God.

    And, diana, thank you for using brilliant. Not a word I think of when thinking of myself, but then, Ilive with a genius.

    I wrote poetry, little of which has survived, thank the Lord quite sincerely, and maybe that' sinfluenced my style a bit. I just write things as I see and feel them in my head.

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  14. LAURIE ALICE, my mom kept one of my poems, and I too thank God the rest of mine didn't survive! Praying this coming year is not only full of books and novellas completed but healing and blessings and no big icky stuff and no moves!!! Well, God knows best.

    Drumroll, I am about to announce a winner in a minute!

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  15. I am all for more Regency! Hopping over to check out that new blog :)

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  16. DARBY CONGRATS YOU ARE the WINNER of Laurie Alice Eakes's week. Choose any book of hers paperback or ebook! Thanks for visiting us!

    LIZ was the winner of Laurie Alice's ebook, the Glassblower!

    BLESSINGS and thanks for coming by!

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  17. Congrats, Darby, and Liz! Happy Reading!

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