Let us know the news about your writing (publishing accomplishments, upcoming book-signings, etc.).

Jill Williamson, of Vancouver, just received a copy of her latest book King’s Blood along with a note from her editor saying she had set the record for longest Bethany House Publishers book!

Tabitha Abel, of Chiloquin, recently had her story, “Why I Am Me,” accepted by Guide magazine (www.guidemagazine.org) published by Pacific Press in Boise, Idaho. They are always looking for well-written stories for tween-age kids that will build character and a closer relationship with God.

Erin Bruzda, of Troutdale, recently became the Communications and Promotion Coordinator for Life Impact Ministries, which is headquartered in Bend. Their mission is to spread the gospel and impact the world for Christ by caring for, restoring, and refueling Christian workers around the world, through hosted places of Oasis. During the first six months of this year, one overseas Oasis cared for missionaries from 25 different countries.

Dan Campbell, of Seaside, was a contestant on Wheel of Fortune December 19.

Marion Duckworth, a long-time member from Vancouver, Washington, has a new book, Coney Island Jesus, now available on Amazon.

Annika Klanderud, of Dundee, had an article in the December issue of The Christian Journal and is scheduled to have one in the January issue as well. The January issue of Keys for Kids also includes an article by her. www.KeysforKids.org is a safe site for kids of all ages to grow in their Christian faith. 

A reminder that Rebecca Olmstead, of Walla Walla, Washington, is asking for book donations from authors. Her homeschooling co-op is having a fundraiser in May that will include a musical program and a silent auction. If you are interested in donating one of your autographed books (remember that homeschoolers are voracious readers!) to be included in a basket for the silent auction, please contact Rebecca at rebecca@rebeccaolmstead.com.

The January/February issue of Christian Communicator includes two pieces in the humor column by Carolyn Bolz, of Riverside, California; an article by Laura L. Bradford, of Walla Walla, Washington; and a book review by Lydia E. Harris, of Lake Forest Park, Washington. Sally Stuart, of Tigard, has her column, “Write Answers” in every issue of this publication.