Shannon Stacey

Archive for April, 2007

Mrs. G does 72 HOURS

Mrs. Giggles has put up her her review of 72 Hours, the first book in the Devlin Group series. It received an 88, which is one point higher than the score she gave On the Edge, though I don’t think the review itself is…as positive.

There were a couple of places where I regressed back to a little kid sputtering but…but…but… in response, but my personal philosophy is that the book lives or dies on the page—it either … Read More »

Look what I got!

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If you're looking for Ezmerelda…

…she is running amok on Sybil’s blog!

And by running amok, I mean giving away my books!


So go see what happens when a sulky muse doesn’t get to go to RT.… Read More »

Love's Blessings by MG Braden!

Janelle Trent has been desperately trying to have a baby. Can she surrender to God when the treatments don’t work?

Kevin Trent loves his wife, baby or not. Can he show his wife that they already are a family? Or, will he walk away, taking with him all their hopes and dreams?

Can two people in love move past heartache to find each other, and possibly a miracle, again? Sometimes we search so hard but are unable to see that

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Thursday Thirteen #10
Thirteen Things I’ve Pondered in the Last 24 Hours:

1. How can such a tiny splinter cause so much pain?

2. Is the pickle scene from Taming Eliza Jane in the wrong place, arc-wise?

3. Holy crap! On the Edge is eligible in the novella category of the RITAs! (It’s just shy of 40k.) Should I? Shouldn’t I? If I get a blue-hair, Charlotte could totally trigger a stroke.

4. How can Emma not see that Anakin was the best

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