Tuesday, September 13, 2022

God Guides Through Every Lesson

Staci Stallings, author of . . .Little Drops of Sunshine

Staci Stallings, is a USA Today Best Selling Author. She is a stay-at-home mom with a husband, three kids and a writing addiction on the side. 

She has numerous titles for readers to choose from. Not content to stay in one genre and write it to death, Staci’s stories run the gamut from young adult to adult, from motivational and inspirational to full-out Christian and back again. Every title is a new adventure!

That’s what keeps Staci writing and you reading. 

So, sit back, grab your Kindle & something to drink, and settle in for some of the BEST stories in all of Christian Romance.

You will find her newest book, Little Drops of Sunshine a delightful read.

This is the third book in The Imagination Series. You will find it fraught with the trials and turmoil of young love. 

The Imagination Series gives Christian romance readers the emotional ride of a lifetime. 

These young adults trying to figure out life and love will have you cheering, laughing, and crying as they traverse what it means to be friends and maybe even more.

An inside peak...

Lauren Miller wants to fall in love. She has dreamed of falling in love. But watching her very best friend fall in love with the man of her dreams and then have her heart shattered into a gazillion pieces has made Lauren question if this whole love thing is even worth it. 

When Wes Conway, a guy who teases her constantly and thinks of her as not much more than a little sister, starts popping up in her life, Lauren is sure she knows what his intentions are where she’s concerned—and they are definitely not the romantic kind. But how does a girl keep her heart from falling for a guy who is so intent on protecting her and being there for her no matter what?

Wes Conway’s life on the other hand, has been no fairy tale, and finally graduating from high school hasn’t changed that. Stuck working to make ends meet while all of his friends go off to college, Wes doesn’t see his life getting any better any time soon. Then, he starts hanging out with Lauren Miller, a high school junior. Thanks to the differences in their ages, Wes knows Lauren is too young for him to even think about dating. Unfortunately, she’s cute, funny, and impossible to not want to be around. But Wes can’t fall in love with her. He just can’t…

Well, sounds like a must read for me. What about you?

Staci Stallings Bio:

Hailing from a small West Texas town, Staci Stallings never guessed what God had in store for her.

At first, all she knew was that she loved to write, and her second-grade teacher, Sister Adrian, confirmed it when she wrote on Staci’s “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” story, “Great story! You’re going to be a writer someday!”

Maybe you had to know Sister Adrian, but she was the kind of lady the kids believed knew everything, and if Sister said it, it must be true!

It would be 10 years later that Staci would meet a second God-sent teacher, Mrs. Schulte. This teacher spent time with Staci and her writing. She won her Sophomore year, District News Writing. By Junior year, Staci won Regional in News Writing and Feature writing. Her Senior year, Staci became the 1A State Champ in Feature writing, graduated, and moved on to Texas Tech where she majored in Journalism.

After college graduation and 3 years of teaching, Staci quit to raise her family. With hours and hours and hours to herself, Staci returned to her first love–writing!

That was in 1996–before there was such a thing as Contemporary Christian Romance. At that point a decision had to be made: write what was marketable or write what was on her heart.

In February of 2012, the ebooks began to really take off thanks to the Amazon KDP Select program, and in April of 2012, Staci became a #1 Best Selling Christian Romance author on Amazon.

“It hasn’t been an easy road to get here,” Staci said, “but every lesson God has timed and chosen perfectly to get me where He always knew I should be–a stay-at-home mom, with a husband, 3 kids, and a writing addiction on the side!”

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