Monday, March 9, 2009

Winners of the Write Integrity Editorial Services Grand Opening Contest!

We finally have winners! It took awhile to gather all the entries, choose the winners, and then get the bios of everyone, but we've almost made it! :-) I'm still waiting on one bio - I think the winner may be out of town at the moment, so I'll update this post when she replies.


The winners of the Write Integrity Editorial Services Grand Opening contest are:


Prize #1 - "The Works" edit:

Connie Brown

Connie Brown is a writer and Webmaster. She has worked as a technicaltrainer, analyst and tester on a Web development team. Connie'spublished work includes articles for faith-based periodicals as wellas for The Waterline, a newspaper that serves Naval DistrictWashington.

Visit Connie's two blogs:

Sequoia Thoughts

e-Salt and Light

Prize # 2 - "Conference Special" edit:

Terri Kraus

After eleven co-authored books with husband, Jim, Terri Kraus has added her award-winning interior designer’s eye to her world of fiction. She comes to her latest series, the Project Restoration series, naturally, having survived the remodel, renovation, and restoration of three separate personal residences, along with those of her clients. She makes her home in Wheaton, Illinois, USA, with her husband, son, Elliot, miniature schnauzer, Rufus, and Siberian cat, Petey.

Visit Terri Kraus at her website.

Prize #3 - Web site design:

Ann Knowles

Ann Knowles is a freelance writer/editor from NC. She has been writing since 1991 and editing since 2005. She is retired educator of thirty-three years and has taught all ages from kindergarten through community college. She also operated Carolina ESL Services, consulting and training teachers of English language learners. She believes that God has called and gifted her to do the work she is doing. Winning this contest confirms this calling for her. Her motto is "His glory...my joy."

Look for Ann on the internet after Tracy creates her Web site.

Prize #4 - Blog Tour Coordination:

Lynda Schab

Lynda is a freelance writer whose work has been published in greeting cards, articles, and several anthologies. She has been a finalist in several national contests, including the 2008 ACFW Genesis contest, 2007 RWA Get your Stiletto in the Door Contest, and the 2007 FaithWriters Page Turner. Lynda recently finished her first novel and is now in the editing stage.

Visit her online:

Lynda Schab

On the Write Track

Prize #5 - Free Web hosting:

Elizabeth Pina

Elizabeth says: "I live in Texas, am married, and have four children. The youngest is sixteen and the eldest thirty-something ; ) Which puts me in my VERY late twenties …

I have a full-time job plus a bunch of dogs, livestock, and 4-H projects. I’m always busy, but find as much time to write as possible.

Thanks to wonderful help from friends such as you, Tracy, my writing has improved dramatically over the last twelve months and I now have a full (Inspirational Contemporary Romance) out with an agent and editor.

Life is good, and God’s blessings often found in the strangest places.

Visit Elizabeth on the Web, and on her blog.

Prize #6 - One-Sheet Design:

Laurie Foston/Cheryl Haynes

Laurie Foston is the pen name for American science fiction author and author/illustrator of children's stories, Cheryl Haynes. She has also published under the name Cheryl Hodgetts Parker and Cheryl Henry Hodgetts. She resides in Southaven, MS at an angle from the house where John Grisham lived before his career blossomed. Cheryl says she didn't live there when he did but hopes that area will be as propitious for her as it was for him.

Cheryl is a beauty pageant judge for America's Most Beautiful Girls and is a member of the American Council of the Blind as well as being a member of several writers forums. She is also the founder of a web-based think tank called Authors' Crossroad and is a contributing editor of Wikipedia. She is willing to do freelance writing but only in special areas of interest.

Visit her on the Web.

Prize #7 - Image-Building Package:

Karri Compton

Karri Compton, wife and mother of three, devours Christian fiction whenever possible. Her favorite genre is suspense/thriller, especially Ted Dekker novels. Since promoting biblical worldview fiction is dear to her heart, she reviews on her blog, Fiction Fanatics Only! and is a staff reviewer and interviewer for such sites as Title Trakk and The Christian Suspense Zone. She also enjoys musical theater and mulling over ideas for her own novels. Her latest published works appear in Cross & Quill and Peculiar People’s novel collaboration, Struggle Creek.

CONGRATULATIONS and thanks so very much to all of our winners, and all of our participants. You helped make our Grand Opening a HUGE success, and I appreciate your promotion, referrals, encouragement, kind words, and your business with all my heart.

If you ever need editing, Web, or marketing services, I hope you'll consider Write Integrity.



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