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Christian Fiction Search Engine

Captain’s Log, Stardate 11.03.2006

Blog book giveaway:
To enter, go to the blog links below and post a comment there.
My Monday book giveaway is Reluctant Burglar by Jill Elizabeth Nelson.
My Thursday book giveaway is Coldwater Revival by Nancy Jo Jenkins.
You can still enter both giveaways. On Monday, I'll draw the winner for the Reluctant Burglar and post the title for another book I'm giving away.

Win an iPod Nano! Exclusively for my newsletter YahooGroup subscribers, I have a huge contest running until January 31st! Get more info on my contest page!
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Contribute to the Christian Fiction Search Engine: I’ve created a Christian Fiction Search Engine and I’d love for all you Christian fiction readers and writers to add your websites and blogs!

There’s a link on that page where you can volunteer to be a contributor. You will need to set up your Google profile to do this.

After you’re approved as a contributor, you can add your site(s) to the search engine.

When you contribute, we’ll have a search engine that will search the wide range of Christian fiction writers and readers, all genres, published and unpublished.

I’ll have the search box on my website, but if you want the html code to add it to yours, just e-mail me. I’m not sure if it’s on the search engine’s homepage, available to contributors.

Christian Fiction Search Engine


Bible in 90 Days: Day 6 & 7. This one sentence struck me as I was reading:

No one may appear before Me without an offering. Exodus 34: 20b.

Do I bring an offering to God every time I come near to Him? Or do I rush in, say hi, read my Bible, and dash out? I’m surprised He hasn’t struck me down with lightning or something.

I need to think about this and check my attitude.

Writing: I posted another short article on writing novel proposals on my Story Sensei blog.

Hero has his external goal. Number of words . . . um . . .

Update: I wrote some tonight! I am writing by the seat of my pants at the moment. It's frightening and I absolutely hatehatehatehatehate it, but I'm the dweeb who didn't fully plot the darn thing before NaNoWriMo started.


  1. OOOO. Interesting sentence. I'm going to have to go back and look that up. And I'm with you on that one. How many times do I see my quiet times with the Lord as just one more item on my to-do list? Read my chapters. Check. This is something I need to think about...

    Thanks for sharing.

  2. I'm in, Camy :) Have registered, now just waiting on your approval!!!

  3. The Christian Fiction search engine didn't work on my blogsite. I think your site needs to be indexed by google before the search engine crawls on your site's pages.


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