Shannon Stacey

Archive for April, 2011

Four different walls

I’m very much a homebody. This is good since I work from home. But every once in a while, I get that claustrophobic feeling and need to get out. That happened Saturday, when I had an almost complete emotional breakdown, insisting over and over again I needed to get out of my house. I couldn’t take these four walls anymore. (Not sure where that expression comes from, actually. My house has a lot more than four walls. As do most … Read More »

Cover and excerpt for Yours to Keep!

Look what I got! Here’s the cover for the next Kowalski story, Yours to Keep, which releases June 6th from Carina Press!

I love it so much! And the house! It’s like the cover artist could see into my head. And, I’ve posted an excerpt! Because I like longer excerpts, you’ll find it HERE.

Sean Kowalski no sooner leaves the army than he’s recruited by Emma Shaw to be her fake fiancé. Emma needs to produce

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Tisn’t the season

The snow’s gone. The sun’s warm (more or less). My irises, hostas and the peony are starting to nudge their way out of the ground. Spring has most definitely sprung, so what am I doing?

Working on a Christmas novella.

So while everybody around me is stripping off outer layers and turning their faces up to the sun, I’m singing “Let it Snow” and trying to conjure up frosty images of blizzards and icicles and the holiday season. Maybe, since … Read More »

You know you’re a blogger when…

Yesterday, I almost got run over by an ambulance in the Walmart parking lot. By an ambulance.

And my first thought—once the driver realized that in his quest to find a place to park his big red bus he’d taken the corner too wide and too fast and was about to run me over and hit the car I was practically pressed against, and corrected his path—was that getting run over by an ambulance in the Walmart parking lot … Read More »

Snapshots from Quebec

My Tall Kid had a wonderful time in Quebec. It’s probably no surprise a young man who’s going to spend his summers doing French & Indian War reenacting would be awed by the history of the city, but I am surprised by how taken he was with the architecture. Waxing poetic, he is. I wouldn’t be surprised if he talked my mom (his cohort in period clothing) into taking a trip back with him at some point.

He took a … Read More »

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