This week’s guest authors are Staci Stallings and Rick Acker

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I’m back from San Francisco and RWA conference. I had a great time and will post later pictures I took while there.

Congratulations, Anita Mae, you are Allie Pleiter’s winner. You are in for a treat. She was telling me about her lessons with the bull whip that she took in order to know how it felt to use one.

This week and throughout August I will be hosting two guest authors. First up will be Staci Stallings and I’ll post her interview on Wednesday. Then I will post Rick Acker’s interview on Thursday. If you want to be entered in both or either of the drawings for their book, please leave a comment with your email address or email me at The drawings will end next Sunday evening.

Staci Stallings:

Staci Stallings is a stay-at-home mom with three kids, a husband, and a writing addiction. She has been featured in God’s Way for Mothers; Soul Matters for Teens; From the Heart: Stories of Love and Friendship; and Chicken Soup for the Body and Soul. With her sixth novel coming out in print, four full-length e-novels, and two collections of short stories, Staci’s writing addiction has reached epic proportions. She lives in Amarillo, Texas and owns her own publishing company, Spirit Light Books. (

Rick Acker’s back blurb for Blood Brothers:

“In this intense sequel to Dead Man’s Rule, lawyer Ben Corbin finds himself caught between feuding brothers Karl and Gunnar Bjornsen. The Bjornsens built a pharmaceutical empire from the ground up. Now they are developing a revolutionary new drug, a neural stimulant that increases strength and intelligence, but its potential for success is rapidly destroying them. Warring for control of the company and the drug, Karl sues Gunnar, and Gunnar hires lawyer Ben Corbin to defend him.

“But the case involves more than bitter sibling rivalry. Signs of embezzlement, black market deals, and the grisly consequences of the Bjornsens’ new drug begin to emerge. Soon, Ben and his wife, Noelle, find themselves in Norway where the case takes a personal and violent turn.”