Your Royalty Note – July 2015


Roberta Van Hise: I have a new book out in paperback, The God Who Sees Me (available on or Barnes and title is from Hagar’s story in Genesis 16. Did you think the heroes of the Bible were good and perfect people? No, they weren’t, they were just like we are; flawed and imperfect. This is why we all need a Savior. When Hagar was out in the desert alone, afraid, not knowing where she’d find refuge or to whom she belonged, the incarnate Christ met her there. She recognized Him, God in the flesh. This book, like my other one, Blogging God’s Word, is a collection of blogs I’ve written during recent times.

Christa Kinde: The Blue Door, the first book in my Threshold Series [Zonderkidz], was honored with the National Christian School Association’s Lamplighter Award for 2015. Also, In June I released the first book in my Pomeroy Family Legacy collection. Pursuing Prissie is a Threshold Series sequel. Ten years after the events of The Blue Door, Prissie Pomeroy experiences an angelic reprise … and romance.
Lynda Quinn

Lynda Quinn: The 2001 winner of the SDCWG’s Best Unpublished Manuscript Award, ECHOES, is now available on Amazon under the pen name N. Quinn.

Tiffany Hanson: My fifth book, Child of Destiny, is now available on Amazon (both as Kindle and Paperback). “Megan and Laura have always been closer than sisters as twins. Tragedy strikes and tears them apart. As Laura is taken prisoner and made into a powerful ally for the king, Megan is forced to run from the man who wants to marry her. Laura and Megan long to be reunited and find each other again, but with the king’s magician and rebels wanting them dead, life isn’t as simple as it once was.”
SDCWG Fall Conference with Jerry Jenkins. October 23 and 24, 2015. Rancho Bernardo. Signups are now open.

Other Faculty

  • * Literary agent Chip MacGregor
  • * Lamp Post publisher Brett Burner
  • * Baker publishing group acquisitions editor Kim Bangs
  • * award-winning novelist Susan Meissner
  • * “The Organizing Pro” Marcia Ramsland

Our fall writers conference is for all writers–beginners to professionals, and those who are wondering if this is what they are called to do. Our workshops offer instruction in how to get started, self-publishing, fiction, non fiction, marketing, book proposals, screen writing, script writing, journalism, as well as spiritual inspiration —and more. You can see a complete list subjects by going to the Faculty page here.

The Friday evening and all day Saturday conference is designed to instruct, inspire and let you meet the writers, editors, and publishers who are committed to helping you write, get published and follow the Lord’s call on your life. We’re here to help you use your gifts.

Reminder: Guild members receive priority for faculty consultation signups. Signup numbers are awarded in the order your paid registration is received. So, as always, we encourage you to join the Guild and to sign up early in order to receive the consultation of your choice.

Critique Groups

Critique Groups:

  • VISTA: 1st Wednesday from 10am-Noon at the home of Barb Waite.
  • SANTEE: 1st and 3rd Wednesdays from 6:00-7:30 pm at the Santee library. Tiffany Hanson Host.
  • TEMECULA: 2nd Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. at the home of Rebecca Farnbach
  • BEACH CITIES: 3rd Tuesday at 9:00 a.m. at the home of Martha Gorris (Group full)
  • NATIONAL CITY: Contact Bill Bagot host for date and time.
  • POWAY: 3rd Monday at 7:00 pm at the home of Kathryn Hughes
  • RAMONA: 1st and 3rd Mondays at the home of Byron Metler.
  • KINGMAN, AZ: 2nd Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. at the home of Jeff Adams.

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