Laurie Results!

2013 Laurie Contest Results.

Young Adult
Winner:           Awakening By Lori Freeland — Requested By Deb Dixon
2nd Place:       It Happened On Thunder Road By Susan Antony
3rd Place:        Discovery By Jessica Ruddick

Romantic Suspense
Winner:           Dangerous Dreams  By Abbie Rhoades
2nd Place:       Wicked Dante Quinn By Lisa Mckinney
3rd Place:        Cerulean Eyes, Sapphire Hearts By Veronica Forand

Winner:           Deliver Us From Evil By Mary Curry
2nd Place:       Learning To Lean By April Jatindranath
3rd Place:        Auschwitz Dawn By Kristy Cambron

Winner:           Not Quite Legal By Christina Elle — Requested By Allison Carroll
2nd Place:       Only Till Midnight By Celeste Deveney
3rd Place:        Her Favorite Mistake By Barbara Lohr

Winner:           A Dangerous Desire By Rebecca Lamb
2nd Place:       The Wilderness Campaign By Eden Carson
3rd Place:        Wicked Things By Laura Trentham

Winner:           So Caught Up In You By Tracy Mecca
2nd Place:       Treasured Claim By Jami Gold
3rd Place:        Heart Of Atlantis By Amerlin Holland



Laurie Finalists!

It took a little longer than expected, but here is the list of our 2013 Laurie Finalists!

Congratulations to:

Heart of Atlantis   Amberlyn Holland
Treasured Claim   Jami Gold
So Caught Up In You  Tracy Mecca

It Happened on Thunder Road, by Susan Antony
Awakening, by Lori Freeland
Discovery: A Carriers Novel, by Jessica Ruddick

Learning to Lean  by April Jatindranath
Deliver Us from Evil by Mary Curry
Auschwitz Dawn by Kristy Cambron

Romantic Suspense
Dangerous Dreams by Abbie Rhoades
Cerulean Eyes, Sapphire Hearts by Veronica Forand
Wicked Dante Quinn by Lisa McKinney

A Dangerous Desire by Rebecca Lamb
Wicked Things by Laura Trentham
The Wilderness Campaign by Eden Carson

Her Favorite Mistake – Barbara Lohr
Not Quite Legal – Christina Elle
Only Till Midnight – Celeste Deveney

Thanks to everyone who entered. The coordinators are working on getting your score sheets and entries back to you as quickly as possible.

The winners will be announced at Trista Michael’s Romfest in June.

Annual Retreat Roundup

Our annual retreat is now over, and our members had a wonderful time! Lots of writing accomplished, with Trista Michaels taking the award for most written with over 18,000 words! It’s a great way to start a new year.

Many thanks to all those who attended and helped make the retreat special. And also, we’d like to thank Cabins USA for their great service. The cabin was lovely, with all the amenities we could’ve asked for, responsive service, and a nice quiet place where we could write.

Our January meeting is next Saturday at the Ftn. City Branch Library. We start at 10:00 a.m. The program will be a judging workshop.