Monday, July 14, 2014

International Authors' Day Blog Hop

Welcome to my stop on the International Authors' Day blog hop!


I wrote for about eight years before I finished my first book and thought about publishing it. It took almost another year before I made it to my first meeting of a professional writer's organization, which was Wisconsin Romance Writers.

I remember leaving that meeting thinking, "I've found home." At 30 years old, I finally knew what I wanted to be when I grew up, because up until then, I was a travel agent, writing was something fun to do, and yeah, it'd be "cool" to be published.

24 books later, I am working hard at my dream job and it's still super cool every time I publish a book. I've gained a family that I never expected to have, and I love the things I learn from all of them every day.

That family is all the author friends and amazing readers I've met over the years on my journey. They come from every corner of the world-which most days is still mind-boggling to me. Definitely International! I love hearing from all of you and talking on Facebook.

The other thing I love doing is collaborating with other authors to bring readers super great deals! Check out this brand new ROMANCE SUPER BUNDLE II: Second Chances. 




We're offering 11 books for the sale price of $0.99! (retail value: $26.90)

Amazon US  CA  UK  AU  
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MY PRIZES FOR THE BLOG HOP:
1 - $10 gift card winner's choice (Amazon, BN or PayPal cash) 
1- winner's choice of one ebook from my backlist.

I'd love to hear in the comments where you're from and what you love most about it. Then enter the rafflecopter for your chance to win.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Don't forget to check out all the other authors on this hop for more fun and prizes!


Thanks for stopping by and happy reading ~ Stacey


50 comments:

  1. I apologize to those who stopped by and the Rafflecopter wasn't live--I've now fixed it!

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  2. I live in St. Louis. Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Hey Stacey, nice to know that writing actually can be a job. (I am still doubting, but maybe I should give it a try...)

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    1. If you don't try, the answer is definitely "no." If you try, you at least have a 50/50 chance of it. :) Best of luck to you!

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  4. I'm from AUSTRALIA. I love it all.

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    1. Someday I hope to visit there. :) Thanks!

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  5. North Carolina
    USA

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  6. USA (Florida)

    The comments are international, too, thanks to Mary Preston. :)

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    1. Yay for international comments! :) Thanks!

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    1. Another international comment! Hello Mai from Finland! :)

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  8. I'm in Birmingham, UK! =) Donna @ BookPforLife

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  9. I'm in MA USA - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  10. I'm from Berkeley, CA. I love the East Bay Area for the diversity, the beauty of the land and the amazing cities nearby.

    Congratulations on finding your joy in life and being successful at it. Writer’s Mark

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  11. Pennsylvania, USA!

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