Posts Tagged ‘Christ ’
by: Staci Stallings
Consider this a progress report on my writing/publishing life.
First off, God has blessed me with an amazing cover designer. He’s a 24-year-old graphic artist from Malaysia (yes, you read that right… isn’t God AMAZING?!). So far we’ve done 4 covers together, each is more beautiful than the last. To see them all, click here (and you can vote on which is your favorite). The one for Cowboy was done by another friend of mine. Aki’s covers are:
Deep in the Heart
Dreams by Starlight
If You Believed in Love
I wish I had time to just sit and look at them all day! Thanks, Aki!
Secondly, as you can see by the above post, I have a new website for my romance novels. Over there, you can read the first chapter of every book, as well as excerpts, reviews, and thoughts on the titles. Enjoy and share!
Finally, February has been quite a month. Coming Undone hit the #1 spot in Religious Fiction and Religion & Inspirational on Amazon. Cowboy hit the #9 spot in Top-Rated Religious Fiction.
Thank you all for being on this journey with me! I’m so grateful for all of you!
What is the alternative to relying on God every moment?
Doing it yourself?
Isn’t that the very definition of Original Sin? “I don’t need God. I can do this on my own”?
by: Staci Stallings I love teaching Sunday School because it forces me to think about how to explain the vastness of God’s love and mercy in concrete ways that fourth graders can grasp. One of the lessons we do every year is the God maze. In fourth grade, one of the central things…
By: Staci Stallings Some of you may recall the posts I did about our great pumpkin pie escapade back in the fall. If you recall, the first time we tried to make a pumpkin pie from a real pumpkin, it took 7 1/2 hours and all the dishes in my kitchen to accomplish…
by: Staci Stallings The other day something funny happened with a writer’s group I’m in. Most of our conversations happen on Facebook, and on Facebook, each author’s links are accompanied by a rather small image. By rather small, I mean they can get really tiny. It’s interesting how things that are great as…
By: Staci Stallings Last week I got two of “those” phone calls. You know, the ones with not just bad news but REALLY BAD NEWS. Both pieces of really bad news had happened to the loved ones of relatives, not to my immediate family, but both were so severe, I would think about…