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Staying hidden has kept her aliveBut now shes been found.

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It's never too late for love in the small Texas ranch town of Silverlake.

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Laura Joh Rowland is back the case of a mutilated "Sleeping Beauty" washed ashore in London.

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Once she got away, but this time it's a dead end

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Grim Reaper Charley Davidson is back in the final installment of Darynda Jones New York Times bestselling paranormal series

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Sin may find the Saint she never knew she needed.

Stacia Wolf

If someone tried, they'd have trouble pigeon-holing Stacia. But that's good news for this author – she doesn’t mind her numerous roles of writer, artist, photographer, mom, grandmother, home remodeler, designer, gardener, business woman. They all bring out different aspects of her, and offer diverse challenges. Each facet of her life is filled to the brim.

This is all the result of one simple truth about Stacia: “I don’t sit still well.”

She lays the blame fully on the creative monster hidden inside her that demands equal time, craves to create and experiment. “Sometimes that creature screams for attention. I’m stuck in its wake, trying to get all the ideas out in sort of tangible form. Other times, it’s very, very silent. Those times, I can honestly say, are very boring to me.”

To Stacia, words are a melody, a catharsis, a way to let the creative soul inside her sing out. Every story she writes, every little twist that comes to her mind, is an exciting journey that she loves to share with others. She’s not stuck on any one particular genre. She loves comedies and pure romances; she can become lost in a dramatic situation, and the thought of writing a fantasy – without the boundaries of reality – causes her already crazy imagination to soar. Being published is very gratifying for her. “I know now that someone else will go along for the ride. I also know that it's going to be one hell of a journey.”

To learn more, visit her website at www.staciawolf.com

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