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Author of Supernatural Passion & Suspense

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Hometown:
Detroit by way of St. Louis
Currently Reside In: (City, State, Country)
metro Detroit
I'm a . . .
Writer
Website:
http://www.stefanieworth.com
Have You "Freed Your Inner Book" Yet?
Yes
What You Need to Know About Me:
As soon as she put fingers to keyboard to crank out her first novel, award-winning author, writer and former journalist, Stefanie Worth realized that normalcy didn’t fit into her plot. Contemporary, yes. Passionate, moreso. But ready yourself for twists and turns that whisk you from ordinary to otherworldy, from “what if” to “why not?” Stefanie’s debut novel, Where Souls Collide, recently won the Science Fiction category of the 2008 African American Literary Awards. Her latest work, a novella titled Can You Believe, appears in The Holiday Inn anthology. When not penning fiction, she directs communications for the local chapter of a national nonprofit.

Other places Stefanie lives in:
www.myspace.com/stefanieworth
www.plottingme.blogspot.com
www.twitter.com/stefanieworth

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What the Obama win means to me

For me, the belief Barack fostered in me long ago is one that doesn't end with the election. I am waiting to answer his next call to service for community and self. More than that, though, I can't help but reflect on my kids' experiences. With the three of them being so spread out, it offers me differing perspectives.



My 19-year-old college student cast his first-ever vote for Barack. As if that isn't powerful enough, I still see him standing on the brink of his future, but that road… Continue

Posted on November 9, 2008 at 3:04pm — 3 Comments

Excerpt from "Can You Believe" in The Holiday Inn anthology

Fallon Terry would've bet her whole week's overtime pay that she'd never get her husband Naymond to Crystal Mountain. But, if she'd done that, she'd be broke— considering that he surprised her with a getaway to the Northern Michigan ski resort for their first anniversary. She teetered between anticipation and anxiety, wonder¬ing what other surprises awaited two flights and a few hours into her future.



With her weekend wish list pared down to the simple things—an uneventful trip,… Continue

Posted on October 21, 2008 at 12:29am

Excerpt from Where Souls Collide

Prologue



May 9, 1990

St. Louis, Missouri



“Daddy’s dead!” Navena came running through the kitchen, back screen door slamming in her wake. “I saw it, Mama. I saw it.”



Then she fainted at her mother’s feet.



“Not my husband! Not today!” Audrey Ann Larimore spun toward the window above the sink.



Outside, the wind hissed. Silence pierced the air. There were no strains of “God Bless the Child” that always accompanied her husband’s work. No… Continue

Posted on October 21, 2008 at 12:25am

Don't get high on your own supply

The theme of this blog will be instantly recognized by any true Scarface fan. Remember when Tony Montana’s “business” was getting off the ground and someone admonished him, “Don’t get high on your own supply”? Well, we all know how that turned out, but the phrase took on new meaning for me several days ago when I trekked down to my basement office for a good night’s write and found. . . get this. . .a dead bird under my desk.



Oh, yeah. I was totally creeped out.



My mind… Continue

Posted on October 20, 2008 at 11:46pm — 1 Comment

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At 4:12pm on December 2, 2008, Taj Sonchai said…
T.S.O.T.S.M. Wants You...

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At 9:27am on November 24, 2008, Sylvia Hubbard said…
When I figure out how i do ALL THIS, i will let you know.
At 7:04pm on November 23, 2008, Sylvia Hubbard said…
hey stef! join MWN's ning too so i can have you as a featured member.
At 10:29am on October 22, 2008, Jill said…
*WELCOME to BAS*:)

PEACE LOVE & BLESSINGS Jill
At 10:20am on October 22, 2008, Sharon B said…
Welcome!
At 10:20am on October 22, 2008, Sharon B said…
Welcome!
At 12:50pm on October 21, 2008, Cee Brooks said…
Welcome to BAS. Congrats on ALL your projects.

Much Love and Sucess
 
 
 

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