Let’s Celebrate Your Kudos & MoGo7000 Results!

Fireworks Pixabay 2It’s the 2nd Tuesday, and time to celebrate YOU!

Congratulations to these Christian Writer’s Den friends who have been working hard and finding success!

1.  Marilyn Nutter (SC): Marilyn’s article, “Holiday Gifts, Holiday Grief” appears in the November, 2016 issue of Reach Out Columbia; Marilyn’s article, “Keep Cool Over Yule,” appears in the November/December issue of The Mother’s Heart. Marilyn’s story, “Mom’s Red Cookie Tin,” appears in Additional Christmas Moments, by Grace Publishing.

2.  Tracy Crump (MS): 1) The last couple of months have been busy. My story, “A Holey Memory,” was a finalist in the Southern Writers Magazine Short Story Contest—a first achievement in fiction. 2) Two of my stories appeared in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Joy of Christmas. 3) I presented three workshops at the Successful Writer Conference in OK. And I am so excited to have a new website, thanks to Rhonda Dragomir of the Dragomir Group!
3.  Bonita Bandaries (LA): Published Reflections: A Promise Kept Journal October 14 with Amazon’s

4.  Andrea Merrell (SC): Just signed a contract with Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas
for my book, Marriage: Make It or Break It. Tentative release date is June of 2017.

5. Verna Bowman (PA): New book – September release, Gathering . . . Seeds of Encouragement is a collection of inspirational writings taken from my blog (Encouraging Women One Story at a Time), created into a devotional-journal also featuring images to color. (Available at www.vernabowman.com, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Hackman’s Bible Bookstore).

Thanks to each of you for your hard work and allowing us to celebrate with you. You’re an encouragement to all of us!


These CWD friends earned another entry into the MoGo7000 drawing for $100.

Let’s celebrate with these writers who wrote at least 7000 new words on a book project in October:

#21: Hope Welborn – 15,756 words
#22: Susan Baganz – 8,004 words

Way to go, ladies! Won’t be long til you find out the winner!

And friends, don’t worry, the 2016 challenge has two more months to qualify! Each month that you qualify with 7000 new words, your name goes in the “hat” for the drawing. And yes–your NaNoWriMo words can count toward your MoGo7000 words!

Need more info? Here are the MoGo7000 Challenge rules.


Be sure to return next week to see a new list of writing opportunities, contests, and conferences collected just for you!

Happy writing!



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