Wilder Woman Character Contest

 

 

Growing Up Wilder Front CoverIf you’d like to create a character for Growing Up Wilder, the author is hosting a “Crazy Wilder Woman Contest.” Submissions will be accepted until April 30, 2012.

Get as wild, wacky, and crazy as you want! After all, that’s how Dancy’s father likes his women — the crazier the better!

 

Please send all entries to www.melissanewman.net

One winner will be chosen. Winner will receive ten complimentary copies of Growing Up Wilder just after the release date — April 5, 2013 and have an opportunity to attend any book event, book launch or book signing and talk to fans about their character.

 

Crazy Wilder Woman Character Contest Winner Announced!

Congratulations to Susan Weaver, winner of the Wilder Woman Contest, for introducing
Isabella Catelyn Bleufield Maymore Jacobson Claxton Perryworth to the Wilders. I
don’t know how Everett, Dancy, and Marla ever got along without her. As the
winner, Susan will receive ten complimentary copies of Growing Up Wilder and an
opportunity to attend book signings and events with the author.Susan George Weaver

 

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A Note to Readers

Just a Short Hiatus … More Novels to Come

While Growing Up Wilder was my last novel, it will certainly not be my final. I have two outlines just dying to escape from my desk drawer and I often have to apologetically shove them back in when I find they have made it to the surface time and again.

I am currently working toward completing my doctorate degree (I am all but dissertation, folks!) and I am tangled up in research that uses storytelling and social media as a way to increase hope levels for individuals and entire communities.

This research is allowing me to focus on solving a problem within Kentucky’s Appalachia – negative stereotypes.

Readers, please be patient. I will return to fiction shortly. Until then, please continue to share Sister Blackberry, House of Cleaving and Growing Up Wilder with your friends and family.

As always, I welcome your notes and messages.

Melissa