Shannon Stacey
« Ow

Nasal grindstone burn

Okay, so…did I mention On the Edge was put to bed? Yup. FLEs are behind me and excerpts chosen. (Speaking of, I’ve added an excerpt to OtE’s page, so you can click here to check it out.)

What else? I just received print galleys for The Devlin Group: Adrenaline, which is the print book containing 72 Hours and On the Edge. I can not wait to have this one on my shelf. I :heart: my DG guys.

And Interstellar Sparks (my futuristic EC Quickie) received another review:

4 Blue Ribbons from Sarah W of Romance Junkies!:

INTERSTELLAR SPARKS is definitely a bit out there, but in a very good way. Ilyna is a personable, warm-hearted and very sensual creature. Her encounters with Bryan are very erotic but also very deep as it seems right from the beginning more than lust guides them. Bryan, an electrician, probably never figured he would be playing white-knight to a damsel in distress, but that is exactly what he does and he does it very well. He is protective, loving, and all too aware of the troubles that follow them. He is the ordinary, everyday man that rises to the occasion and becomes a hero and a man in love. Shannon Stacey has certainly penned a light-hearted and sexy novella that hits all the right notes on the scales of love and romance.

Read the entire review


Other than that, I’m :write: through a sticky scene from Taming Eliza Jane (I wrote myself into a very, very tight corner) and :type: on the partial for The Secret Project (*cues Jaws theme*).

I know I’m not alone in being wicked busy—what are y’all working on or reading, or watching, or…knitting? Anything?

5 comments to “Nasal grindstone burn”

  1. Wax
      · March 7th, 2007 at 4:34 am · Link

    Editing Trick. Devising 101 ways to torture newest heroine.

    Carting child #1 this way and that, listening to child #3’s two hour lecture about scorpions during Idol and House, and trying not to cry at the sight of Mt. St. Laundry.

    Other than that, I’m sipping mai-tais, eating bon-bons and ogling BTs, as ever.

  2. Charlene
      · March 7th, 2007 at 8:45 am · Link

    Still putting the finishing touches on Miss Lonely Hearts. And page proofs for Wild Wild West. :thumb: YAY on Adrenaline!

  3. Shannon
      · March 7th, 2007 at 8:56 am · Link

    Pass the mai-tais, please. Oh and you may as well hand over a couple of BTs while you’re passing.

    :cheer: for editing Trick! I expect him to come live with me very, very soon.

    And page proofs means you’re almost done, Charli! :boogie: I can’t wait to get WWW—it sounds wicked fun!

  4. Jaci Burton
      · March 7th, 2007 at 9:21 am · Link

    You’re a busy girl. You need :coffee:

    I’m :type: Show Me, a novella for Samhain. It’s due….soon. (why are they always due ‘soon’?) :baby:

  5. Michelle
      · March 7th, 2007 at 2:34 pm · Link

    Wait – did you say On the Edge was put to bed? :woot: All right. I can’t wait! Woohoo! Oh, sorry, was I supposed to be working on something? Yes, but now I just want this book. :boogie:

« Ow

  • Get my latest news straight to your inbox!

    I'll only be sending newsletters when I have news to share, and I'll never share your information. You'll receive an email asking you confirm your subscription (so please check your spam box if you don't receive that). You can unsubscribe at anytime.


  • Affiliation

    Shannon Stacey is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon and the Amazon logo are trademarks of

    If you purchase a book listed on the site from, she’ll earn a small commission. Thank you!