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I write crime, mysteries and suspense novels. Step into my world if you dare.

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The Picture/Portrait of Dorian Gray
About Me:
Stacy-Deanne (Dee-Anne) is a novelist of crime fiction, mysteries, and suspense. She’s been writing professionally since 19-years-old, and her work includes “Everlasting,” “Melody” and “Giving up the Ghost.”

Stacy is profiled along with notable authors in the NAACP-nominated 2006 book, “Literary Divas: The Top 100+ African-American Women in Writing.”

Her 2011 release “Giving up the Ghost” is a 2011 African-American Literary Award nominated novel and a 2012 Top 20 Black Expressions Bestseller.

Her current release, The Season of Sin is available now in print and ebook. You can get it on Kindle for $4.99

The Season of Sin @ Amazon: http://tiny.cc/i809bw
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ABOUT STACY-DEANNE

Book 2 in the Bree and Steven Interracial Romantic Suspense series


Available now in print and ebook. Get it on Kindle now for $4.99

 The Season of Sin @ Amazon


Blurb:

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 5:57pm on February 17, 2011, DH Verbeek said…
I have started a new blog - Lone Star Bloggers. I invite you to join other Texans. Looking forward to blogging about all things Texas.
DH Verbeek
At 9:22pm on November 28, 2010, Judith Leger said…
Just stopping by to say hi, Stacy-Deanne! Hope your holidays are going great. May blessings rain down on you.

Hugs, Judith Leger
Romance with a touch of magic!
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At 9:37am on January 30, 2010, Heather Matthews said…
Hi Stacey,

I write in print and e-book formats, and I think there is room for both in the world. I know e-books have come a long way, and a lot of my friends are starting to buy e-readers: they enjoy carrying something lightweight they can use to read while they are on public transportation, commuting, waiting for appointments etc. I think there are lots of great reasons to embrace e-books, and the stories and novels can be wonderful. Thanks for your comment.
At 6:08pm on January 5, 2010,
Blogger
Judith Loue
said…
hey, you..wanted to give a Heads-Up..i finally found copies of EVERLASTING & MELODY...used (i admit) from Amazon..the local Library System seems to have "lost" both books...will let you know what i think..as toot-sweet as i can

be well....be safe
JUDE
At 3:29pm on January 4, 2010, Peter Kelly said…
hey stacey thanks for the add and its cool about the villain post lol i just asked out of curiousity
At 11:04am on November 22, 2009, M. J. Macie said…
Stacy,
I sent this reply to you but I think it didn't go through. In case it hasn't, here is a shortened version again:

Thank you so much for the wonderful compliments! I'm sure you can imagine how encouraging it is to hear such positive input. You have encouraged my heart to keep going. Have a wonderful day.

M. J.
At 8:15am on November 19, 2009, M. J. Macie said…
Stacy,
I posted a blog on encouragement this morning that I think you might like to read. Thank you for all your encouraging words. I would love to name you in the blog article but, as a former news reporter, I know I must have for your permission. What do you say? I love to give credit where credit is due.
M.J.
At 2:08pm on November 17, 2009, M. J. Macie said…
Anytime. It was a great article and needed to be shared. If you have anymore, I'd be more than happy to post them. Have a great day!
M.J.
At 6:50am on November 16, 2009, M. J. Macie said…
I read and enjoyed your article about grabbing an agent or editor with the first lines of the book. I found it helpful and encouraging. I was very happy to post it on my blog: http://m-j-macie.blogspot.com/. I used your title and hope that was all right. If you get a chance, check it out and let me know if I need to make any changes.
Thanks again for the great article. M. J.
At 2:28pm on November 15, 2009, Suza Kates said…
Thanks for the article. It was dead-on and worth posting in my blog!

Suza
 
 
 

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