Due to this post from Roni Loren (thank you for the warning, Roni) I’ve decided to remove most photos. I have a pain in the butt. Literally. I don’t know what I’ve done, but in the last couple of months, I’ve had a lot of pain in my tail bone. Sitting for very long periods in … Read the rest →
Happy Monday, everyone! Today’s post is going to be short but hopefully fun. There are a lot of great blogs out there with awesome names, and I want to know how you came up with yours. Here’s the story behind my blog name, and it’s not what you think. Turning The Page isn’t a reference … Read the rest →
Most of you know I’ve been hard at work on the synopsis for Light and Dark. I’ve learned some things over the past week, and I wanted to share them with you. After all, social media is about making friends and spreading the love. I wouldn’t want to deny anyone these secrets of the synopsis. … Read the rest →
The first edit of Light and Dark is complete. I’ve made all the changes my critique partner suggested. I’m tweaking a secondary character and waiting for my friend (a reading/writing prof) to edit for grammar, but that will hopefully be done in a couple of months. Which means query time is closing in on me. … Read the rest →
I first heard about the people living in the Las Vegas storm drains last summer, when I was researching for Light and Dark. A Google search led me to several newspaper articles profiling Matthew O’Brien’s book, Beneath The Neon: Life and Death in the Tunnels of Las Vegas. O’Brien spent a summer exploring the many … Read the rest →
I ran across Laura Pauling’s blog a couple of months ago and instantly became a fan. Her posts are fun, and Laura is extremely considerate of other writers. After one of my first comments, she emailed me personally to further answer my question. For a busy mom, blogger, and writer, I thought that was pretty … Read the rest →
Due to this post from Roni Loren (thank you for the warning, Roni) I’ve decided to remove most photos. Tunnel people, you ask? Sounds like something out of a fantasy novel, doesn’t it? Let me assure you, it’s not. Most of us know about the large homeless populations in New York, Chicago, and D.C, to name … Read the rest →
Stacy Green is the best selling author of psychological thrillers and mystery with a dash of romance. As a stay at home mom, she's blessed with making writing a full-time career. She lives in Iowa with her supportive husband, daughter, and their three fur-babies.