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My Book Featured in USA Today!
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Hi All,Just wanted to share that The Season of Sin was reviewed and featured in USA Today as a recommended read! I'm of course, happy! LOL!Thanks for the support!…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by J W Nelson Dec 19, 2012.

Barnes and Noble Will Not Stock Amazon Published Titles
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Hi All,Just sharing in case someone hasn't heard.…Continue

Tags: authors, indie, publishing, publishers, sales

Started this discussion. Last reply by Benjamin Sobieck Feb 5, 2012.

Check This Out: A Blog That Reviews Reviews?
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Hi All,Or should I say, criticize and make fun of the reviewers. Classy. Wishes!…Continue

Tags: bloggers, amazon, blogs, reviewers, reviews

Started this discussion. Last reply by J W Nelson Jan 10, 2012.

Article: Are eBooks Too Cheap?: Indie Authors Question 99 Cent Price
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Hi All,Check out this article from the Huffington Post.…Continue

Tags: 99-cents, cheap, self-publishing, indie, ebooks

Started this discussion. Last reply by J W Nelson Jan 7, 2012.


Award-Winning Crime Fiction, Mystery/Suspense Novelist

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About Me:
A Southern Belle with a dark side.
I Am A:
Reader, Writer, Publisher
Books And Authors I Like:
Edgar Allan Poe,
Alfred Hitchcock
Kay Hooper
Robert Louis Stevenson
Oscar Wilde
Charles Dickens
and many more


Detective Brianna “Bree” Morris and her partner and ex-lover Steven Kemp are back. This time they are thrown head first into a gruesome homicide that brings forth as many secrets as it does clues.

Brianna’s psychiatrist, Dr. Nadia Hollister is stabbed to death in her upstairs bathroom. Brianna, who is at Nadia’s while the murder happens, is the only witness. Unfortunately she was knocked unconscious by the killer and only has the memory of the killer’s scent to go on.

Brianna and Steven sign on to help Homicide Detective Jayce Matthews solve the case. With Nadia’s journals as her guide, Bree learns that Nadia was keeping a devastating secret that has something to do with her adopted daughter. The renowned doctor was not whom she seemed to be and her secret may not have only got her killed but could ruin the foundation of her entire family.
The police hunt for suspects but Nadia’s secret could wreck the lives of many, all who have motive to kill her.

The deeper Brianna and Steven dig into Nadia’s past; the more they question whether Nadia was the true victim after all.

What Others Are Saying:

“A white knuckled hard hitting thriller. Stacy-Deanne could be dubbed the Princess of Plot. Twists and turns that keep you guessing…Witty and intelligently written. Incredibly moving and engaging story that draws you in from the start. The characters demand your attention. Be prepared to be affected by this story!”

– Treasure Books N’ More

The Season of Sin is a psychological fast-paced thriller. Readers will be enthralled within the pages at the cleverly done plot filled with multiple layers, twists and turns. While reading Stacy-Deanne's The Season of Sin, I felt like I got an inside view of a Lifetime suspense movie. I can't get enough of Detectives Brianna "Bree" Morris" and Steven Kemp. The chemistry between the two oozes off the pages. If you're looking for a captivating suspense novel, then you don't want to pass up adding The Season of Sin to your shelf.

~ Shelia M Goss, National Best-selling author of Delilah, My Invisible Husband and Savannah's Curse

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At 10:45am on October 25, 2010, Ian Edward said…
Great to hear from you, Stacy. I particularly like your website, plenty of intrigue. I'm looking forward to checking out some of your books
At 1:35pm on October 24, 2010, Anne Claybrook said…
We should a Lone Star Mystery Writers section of the Mystery Writers of America.

Actually, it's a shame that the Mystery Writers of America don't have a bigger regional presence in Texas, like the Romance Writers do. I know that there are lot of mystery writers all over this state, but the regional mtgs seem to be either in Houston or Dallas--a little far away for regular attendance for people like me! Here in Central Texas (Waco), we have an active HOT-RWA group, so I joined it just to get the benefit of being with other writers.

Thanks for good wishes. I look forward to reading your work!
At 11:14am on September 2, 2010, Sunny Frazier said…
Stacy, I have no idea how my blog got on dated Sept. 2. Maybe I'm "ahead of my time!"

At 10:28am on August 25, 2010, Richard Sanders said…
All's good. Got a book with an agent right now. I should hear back...oh, sometime around Christmas. Meanwhile, busy with self-publishing, trying not to feel overwhelmed by marketing and promotion, and getting used the this whole blogging thing, which is new to me. In other words, all's good. Thanks.
At 5:07am on August 24, 2010, Richard Sanders said…
Hello, to you, Stacy. How's Giving Up the Ghost coming along?
At 9:44am on July 24, 2010, cj forrest said…
You have a wonderful website, Stacy. There's a lot of useful information. Nice work.
At 1:22am on July 2, 2010, Mosi Tyrone Wells said…
thank you for the encouragement and I hope and pray that someone as determined and goodhearted as yourself continues on to greatness and who knows maybe we can meet oneday as colleagues and writers
At 2:02pm on June 19, 2010, Copper Smith said…
Check out We Can't Dance Together at A Twist of Noir!
(and yes, it's based on that Steely Dan song)
At 1:56am on June 18, 2010, Copper Smith said…
Thanks for the friendship!
At 5:04am on April 8, 2010, B.R.Stateham said…
Thanks for accepting my 'friends' request. And good luck on the epublishing. Just remember to find ways to promote the book heavily. Craigslist is one way and its both free and works.

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