Stacey’s third novel:
Travel writer, Jessie Grath, returns to her hometown to find answers about her brother’s suspicious death. With the help of an old friend, Detective Rick Chandler, they pursue a truth that someone is willing to do anything to keep hidden—even kill again. They uncover decade old secrets that expose hidden sins and threaten the lifestyles of high-powered people in their small community. As they close in on the devious mastermind manipulating the town, it becomes frighteningly clear to Rick that Jessie is not the one calling the shots in her private investigation. She is the killer’s new target.
Stacey’s second independent non-fiction:
Beauty Mark: Defining the Marks of Unfading Beauty
Additional publishing credits include articles in national magazines such as Canadian Family and Just Between Us, assigned work from the Mennonite Brethren Herald, Gospel Light Publishing House, Standard Publishing, Promise Keepers, and the Canadian Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches. She was one of several authors writing opinion pieces for the Niagara Voices column in the St Catharines Standard newspaper.
As a home schooling mom, her mornings are spent teaching the children, but she often carves out a few hours in the afternoon to pick up her latest work-in-progress. If the evening permits, she’ll write more after the kids are in bed. She enjoys trading fiction projects with non-fiction. The intensity and emotional investment for each are vastly different, providing a sweet mental break. She is always thinking about her story or project. She has a huge dry erase board in her office, and jots notes to herself nonstop throughout the day.
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