May Winners

May is over and most schools are out for the summer. I know my grandchildren are elated. How about you? The month of May saw six more winners on our blog.

Janell Butler Wojtowicz’ offer of a Kindle copy of Embracing Hope has been won by Janetta. Congrats!

Mimionlife has been picked to win a Kindle copy of Katie Clark’s book, Securing the Handyman’s Heart. 

Stephenia H. McGee is gifting an E-book copy of In His Eyes also to Mimionlife. She was the only one to leave a comment. An easy victory 🙂

The winner of a $10 Starbucks gift card from Melissa Henderson is Becky Hrivnak. Woo hoo!

Susan Holt Simpson is a contributor to Michelle Medlock Adam’s book, Love and Care for the One and Only You. She is graciously giving this book (print version) to lelandandbecky.

The winner of Waiting For Butterflies by Karen Sargent is Frank! Yay!

A big THANK YOU to all our faithful readers for taking the time to stop by and comment. We so appreciate you! And please don’t forget us while you’re enjoying your summer 🙂

March Winners

April already? Where did March go? It was a great month and we have 4 winners of print books!

Are you on our list?

Gail Kittleson’s book, In Times Like These, has been won by Caryl Kane. Congrats!

Cynthia Lovely has been picked to win either a print copy of Jacqueline Gillam Fairchild’s book, Estate of Mind or a gift certificate to tea at Her Majesty’s in Dunlap, Illinois. Congratulations!

Melanie Dickerson’s latest book, A Viscount’s Proposal, goes to Katie Merkel!

Sandra Byrd is gifting a copy of A Lady in Disguise to Robbye Faye!

A big THANK YOU to all our faithful readers for taking the time to stop by and comment.

Don’t forget. It’s not too late to leave an answer to our prompts on our Monday and Friday posts in April and be in the running for a $40 Etsy gift card. If you don’t enter, you won’t win 🙂

3 Questions Wednesday Needs You!

April has arrived in a hurry and we’re still excited about our plans for the blog for the rest of 2017.We’ve been talking about YOU! We still have several interview spots and also some guest post spots to fill. One of the ways we can help you is through the online presence and publicity you gain when you’re a part of our blog.

Th Writing Prompts blog has scattered places open for Wednesday interviews from May through December. And also spots where you take our monthly topic and write a guest post. That’s good for all of you writers, bloggers, and authors. Why?

  • Visibility
  • Free publicity
  • Expanded reach
  • Book releases
  • Books & WIPs on virtual display
  • Advertise with buy links
  • New readers via book giveaways
  • Readers getting to know you
  • Makes it easy for potential readers to find and connect with you

Would any of these marketing strategies help you? Well, we offer these for a very low price. Absolutely FREE. All you have to do is contact us through a comment below, or use our contact tab [Click Here]. Let us know you’re interested in participating in 3 Questions Wednesday or write a guest post.

A few facts about 3 Questions Wednesday interviews:

There are only three questions, so it’s quick and easy. We’ll need the following: publicity photo, short bio, book cover, book blurb, buy links, and links to you (your social media, author page, etc.).

Contact us today. Spaces fill quickly.

And let’s not forget our readers! If you’re not a published writer, you are a reader. Many of our authors give away free books. All you have to do is leave a comment on their 3 Questions Wednesday post to be entered in the giveaway. It’s that easy. And the authors respond to your comments. We encourage you to ask questions about their work. This is your opportunity to get to know them even better. Then follow them on their author page, and check out their other books, or works-in-progress.


Thank you!

We Have November Winners!

winter-1769244_1280Merry Christmas! It’s been a fun-filled time of year on our blog with our Once Upon a Christmas Giveaway II now over. Our winners were Nancy Costello and Caryl Kane. Congrats, ladies!

Now we still have our regular November winners to announce. Did you make our list?

Congratulations to Mimi on Life for winning the $10 Starbucks card given by Bonita McCoy.

The $25 Amazon card gifted by Cynthia Herron goes to GraceMamaof4. Woo hoo!

And Lisa Lickel’s book, UnderStory, has been won by Linda Yezak. Yay!

A big THANK YOU to all our faithful readers for taking the time to stop by and comment.

Disappointed you didn’t win? Next month, we’ll give away more books. See you then!

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Once Upon a Christmas Winner!

The contest is over. It’s always kind of sad when it’s over. But we had lots of entries, so after a random drawing, we’re ready to announce the winner:

bear-1294048_1280Congratulations, Nancy Costello! You have won our Grand Prize of a $40 Barnes and Noble card, and various other gifts, including several books.

We didn’t really advertise a second prize, but one reader set herself apart and drew our attention by having the highest number of entries. christmas-541784_1280So after a quick discussion we decided she needed to win a prize for persistence. Congratulations, Caryl Kane, you have won a $5 Starbucks card, and a beautiful bookmark.

Thanks, all of you for taking part in our Christmas celebration. We appreciate all of our readers and hope you will continue to make the Writing Prompts blog part of your regular reading. And stay tuned for more news about next year’s giveaways!

schutzengelchen-1690676_1280Have a blessed Holiday Season!

Betty Thomason Owens, for the Writing Prompts Crew

October Winners

thanksgivingThanksgiving is at our doorstep and Christmas will soon be here. But at the Writing Prompts blog, we still have time for a few more book winners. Are you on our list?

Gail Pallotta’s romance, Barely Above Water, has been won by Caryl Kane. Congrats!

Amanda has been picked to win her choice of Aaron Gansky’s books. Congratulations!

Shauna William’s book, Serene Courage, goes to J. Kimball!

And drum roll, please!

The $25 Barnes and Noble gift card from Betty Boyd goes to Vona! Congrats!!!

A big THANK YOU to all our faithful readers for taking the time to stop by and comment.

Disappointed you didn’t win? Next month, we’ll give away more books. And don’t forget our Once Upon A Christmas Giveaway II. Just leave a comment on a Monday or Friday post to be entered. See you then...onceuponachristmas-2016

It’s Time For Once Upon a Christmas Giveaway II!

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Christmas will be here before we know it and YOU can help the Writing Prompts Crew celebrate! When you leave a comment on any of the regular posts (Mondays and Fridays) from now until November 29th, your name will go in the drawing for some great prizes. We’ll announce our winner on December 1st so you’ll have your gifts early this year if you’re one of our winners. But you have to enter…

You will once again love this year’s celebration! We’re giving away a basket full of goodies! One blessed winner will receive a Barnes and Noble gift card while others receive books—among other things—just our way of thanking you for visiting our blog.

  • When you go to the extra trouble of leaving a comment, you’re entered.
  • When you answer one of our writing prompts, you receive another entry.
  • Bonus entry: There’s one more way to gain an additional entry in the giveaway that only our blog readers will know about!

You’ll find a Christmas picture in the sidebar of this blog. (Hint: it says “Once Upon a Christmas). :)⇒⇒

If you have already “liked” our Facebook page, click on over there and comment in the top post on our Writing Prompts Crew Facebook page—you can just type a single word or a phrase to tell what the picture is. (We’ll have a special holiday post pinned on the Facebook page). For instance, if you see a picture of a candy cane on the right side of our blog (sidebar), go to the Facebook page and type “candy cane” in the comments. Got it?

If you haven’t “liked” our Writing Prompts Crew Facebook page, you can find it here. Just click “like” and you’ll be able to enter. (You can actually click that picture over there and it should take you to the Facebook page). Be sure to come back, though!

Be vigilant! The pictures may change several times, so you can reenter on the Facebook page whenever you see a different picture.

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