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Jessica Smith Lives in: Portland, OR Writing Category: Paranormal Published: Not yet Lisa Coon Lives in: Bothell, WA Writing Category: Contemporary Published: Not yet Erin Charles Lives in: Arlington, WA Writing Category: Contemporary Published: Not yet

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, Amy Davidson Writing as: Amy Jandrey Lives in: Kent, WA Writing Category: Contemporary Published: Not yet Website: www.amyjandrey.com Danielle Elliot Lives in: Sammamish, WA Writing Category: Contemporary, Paranormal Published: Not yet Barb Heinlein Writing as: B. J. Daniels Lives in: Malta, MT Writing Category: Romantic Suspense, Contemporary Published: Yes Website: www.bjdaniels.com

Lauren LeDonne Lives in: Issaquah, WA Writing Category: Contemporary Published: Not yet Deb Stover Lives in: Palmer Lake, CO Writing Category: Contemporary, Historical, Paranormal Published: Yes Website: www.debstover.com


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*Madcap Award 2009

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Sponsor: Land of Enchantment Romance Authors Fee: $20 E-Deadline: March 31, 2009 Eligibility: published, unpublished, entry cannot be contracted/published in any format Entry: first 5000 words. Categories: series contemporary, ST contemporary, historical, paranormal, erotica. Judges: editors. Top Prize: $50, silver feather. FMI, entry form, and rules, www.leranm.com.

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Sponsor: The Beau Monde Fee: $30 Deadline: April 15, 2009 Eligibility: Not published in book length fiction in last five years. Entry: Synopsis and book beginning, not to exceed 30 pages and 7500 words. Electronic and paper entries. Categories: Regency Historical, Hot & Wild Regency-Set, Sweet & Mild Regency-Set. Judges: Three judges, at least one published in Regency-set romance. Final Judges: Editors, TBA. Top Prize: $75. FMI, www.thebeaumonde.com or coordinator Delle Jacobs, dellejacobs@gmail.com.

April Contests 2nd Annual Break-Up

Sponsor: Alaska RWA Fee: $30 Receipt/E-Deadline: April 1, 2009 Entry: best break-up or darkest moment scene. Final Judge: editor. FMI, www.akrwa.org.

2009 Fool for Love Contest

Sponsor: Virginia Romance Writers Fee: $20 VRW Members/$25 Non-members Deadline: April 1, 2009 Eligibility: not published in book-length ms. Enter: Prologue/First chapter - 20-page max, optional synopsis (5-pg max) Judges: Published, Experienced/Trained Critiquers Final Judges: Short Contemporary: Renee Lynn, Editor, Wild Rose Press Long Contemporary: Patience Smith, Sr. Editor, Silhouette Women's Fiction: Christy Phillippe, Ed. Director, Medallion Press Paranormal: Barbara Poelle, Agent, Irene Goodman Agency Historical: Nicole D'Arienzo, Historical Director, Wild Rose Press Romantic Suspense (new!): Keyren Gerlach, Assc. Editor, Silhouette Inspirational (new!): Emily Rodmell, Asst. Editor, Steeple Hill Top prize: $25; 2nd & 3rd place receive certificates For entry form, and rules, go to: www.virginiaromancewriters.com Questions, contact Judith at foolforlovecontest@verizon.net

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*Aspen Gold Reader’s Choice

Sponsor: Heart of Denver Romance Writers Fee: $20–35 Deadline: May 15, 2009 Eligibility: Books with an ISBN number published in 2008. Bound e-books eligible Entry: See website for criteria. Categories: Contemporary, Historical, Romantic Suspense, Paranormal/TimeTravel/Fantasy, Young Adult, Single Title, Erotica. Judges: Booksellers, book club members, librarians, editors, agents. Top Prize: plaque for 1st place, certificates for other finalists. FMI, AspenGold@hodrw.com or www.HODRW.com.

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Did you know that 55-80 percent of how we communicate is through non-verbal actions? Women are two times more likely to pick up the signals than men. Regardless of gender, these signals contribute to when you have a "hunch" or "gut feeling." They can also help determine if someone is not interested in a discussion or even lying. For authors, it can add another layer for your scenes.

Analysis: Something didn't work for her and she's holding back what's on her mind. Response: Pause with the story line and check in with her. Action: Ask her, "Do you have any thoughts about that last scene?" It's even okay to say, "Your body language tells me that you might have an opinion about that last scene?" Sometimes you can't subtly adjust in reaction to someone's body language and it's best to stop and evaluate. In this case, if you don't stop to evaluate, her mind will remain focused at this point in the story.

Before interpreting body language, you need to identify a person's typical gesture, which is called “norming”. This can be done through observation or when building rapport. Most body language is read through gestures outside of a person's normal habits.

For authors, describing body language in your books can help show your character's intent, and can also stand on its own as a hint for a character's intentions. Also, awareness of your own body language will help with contract negotiations, book publicity, and interactions with agents. The great thing about learning body language techniques is that it can be applied anywhere -- business meetings, social events and yes, it will even work on your family. For more information about body language, I posted some resources in a blog at http://juliahunter.com/Blog/tabid/639/EntryId/106/Body-Language101.aspx or www.julia-hunter.com

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The Official Newsletter of the Greater Seattle Romance Writers of America

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