Spreading love

Spreading love

Sunday, April 27, 2014


           Good Morning. I've decided to try a new challenge: writing a screenplay.
           Over the next few weeks, I'm training on screenwriting and learn how to write a script for TV, movie and stage play.
            Screenwriting will be a difficult, unique challenge because it doesn't come naturally to me. Writing a book was tough, but once I got through the first rejection, everything clicked.
            I'm not expecting to have this script get picked up by a TV network or movie studio, but it helps to try something different.
              Until next time.....

Saturday, April 19, 2014


I've written E-books on the major holidays: Christmas, New Year's Day, Thanksgiving Day, Valentine's Day and Memorial Day.
For some strange reason, Easter hasn't made the holiday rotation. It's considered a major holiday, especially how much money I've spent on my daughter's dresses, weave, shoes and candy baskets over her childhood and teenage years.
I surfed the internet for romance novels on Easter and only came up with a handful of legitimate ones in the past few years.
Two were written by Lois Richter- A Baby by Easter and Easter Promises (Allie Pleither co-author). Sara Hylton wrote Easter at the Lakes. Lenora Worth and Gail Gaymer Martin co-wrote Easter Blessings.
I'll make it my business to produce a Easter romance novel by the time the celebration of Jesus Christ's resurrection comes around next year.  Who knows- I may revise one of my previously-released books into a Easter tale.
Until next time, Happy Easter.

Wednesday, April 16, 2014


Author Stacy Deanne drops by to promote her latest E-book, Disturbed.

Check out the Blurb:
Baltimore Detective Lisa Swanson is stunned when Detective Winston Lewis informs her that Devon Barnes, a young man stabbed to death in a park, had her name and number in his phone. Lisa insists she never met or heard of Devon and has no idea why he would have her information.

As Winston investigates, he has an eerie feeling that Lisa’s information being in Devon’s phone connects to his murder as well as a belief that Lisa might be hiding something. Lisa remains adamant that she does not know Barnes, but when her fingerprints show up on the knife used in Devon’s murder, Winston finds himself choosing between his feelings for her and doing his duty as a police officer. Pushed into a corner, Winston arrests Lisa for Devon’s murder.

After Lisa makes bail, she teams up with Winston to find out how and why the evidence points to her as Devon’s killer. The investigation leads to Lisa questioning someone from her past who not only could have the answers to her questions, but could also be the reason for her recent nightmare.

Thanks for stopping by, Stacy.

Sunday, April 6, 2014


My life isn't the most interesting. I haven't climbed Mount Everest nor serve an important position in President Obama's cabinet.

But I've created great memories with family and friends during my 45 years of existence.
I've managed to put together one book about my life.
Book 1 of the College Love 101 series-- How to Cure a Cajun Cold- was based on my summer spent at Fisk University in Nashville. I met and fell in love with a future doctor from Xavier University out of New Orleans. Our lives went in different directions from the 1990 stint, but for the first time, my eyes were open to bigger things outside my Tuscaloosa, Alabama prism.
Next year will be my 25th anniversary of the Pre-Med institute at Fisk. Hopefully, Cajun Cold will be in print. I'm currently working on rewriting my first-ever piece.
Here's the buy link: https://www.allromanceebooks.com/product-howtocureacajuncold-11053-178.html
Thanks for stopping by, enjoy your Sunday.