A month ago I received a call that I was Genesis semi-finalist. It was a time of great celebration since a Genesis award is considered one of the highest awards for unpublished authors in Christian fiction. Joy threw me into hyperdrive as I jumped into new edits on my work-in-progress. Over the next month, I… Continue reading Sometimes the answer is… Not Yet.
I'm featured on the website Family Christian today! I wrote their blog post. This is my first national blog post, so please hop over and check it out. If you enjoy it, then please consider sharing it. http://www.familychristian.com/blog/the-desire-to-belong Thanks for encouraging me to reach for my dreams every day! God Bless, Stacey
A fellow writer, Laurie Tomlinson, is hosting a pre-ACFW mixer on her blog. You answer the following questions, then link it to her blog. It's a fun way for writers to get to know each other before the conference. Some of you may be asking yourself... ACFW.. what? It's the American Christian Fiction Writer's Conference,… Continue reading ACFW Conference
I apologize for being so quiet on here. School let out for the summer and I suddenly found my free time consumed by swimming lessons, play dates, painting, and vacation planning. Trust me, I'm not complaining. I love this time of year. My kids are home which means they are allowed the privilege of helping me… Continue reading Summer is here/ Family Update
Mary Hamilton invited me to participate on this blog tour. I met Mary two years ago, when we drove to Dallas together for my first ACFW conference. Mary was incredibly sweet about answering my many questions on the 4 1/2 hour drive. Shortly after the conference Mary landed her first book deal for her book… Continue reading “My Writing Process” Blog Tour
I started out this month with a personal challenge. I joined a group of fellow writers and set a goal of writing 50,000 words before November 30th. This a yearly challenge called NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month). This was the first time I participated, but with both kids in school, it seemed like the perfect… Continue reading 51,590 = Success!
Every November writers around the globe sit at their computers and furiously pound out words on their keyboards. They're trying to find the elusive glory of completing NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month). It's a challenge, because it requires the participant to write 50,000 words in 30 days. My mind is boggled just looking at those… Continue reading My Writing Project for November