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Stacy Henrie, a USA TODAY bestselling author, has always had a love for history, fiction, and chocolate. She earned her B.A. in public relations before turning her attentions to raising a family and writing inspirational historical romances. Wife of an entrepreneur husband and a mother to three, Stacy loves to live out history through her fictional characters. In addition to author, she is also a reader, a road trip enthusiast, and a novice interior decorator. Her books include Hope at Dawn, a 2015 Romance Writers of America RITA finalist for excellence in romance.

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Stacy Henrie Finish your book! And then another and another. :) It's impossible to fix or publish an unfinished manuscript, but a finished one - and several…moreFinish your book! And then another and another. :) It's impossible to fix or publish an unfinished manuscript, but a finished one - and several finished ones - open up a whole world of possibilities. (less)
Stacy Henrie Thanks for your question, Staci! So glad you enjoyed Hope Rising. The third book A Hope Remembered does conclude that series. If you're interested in…moreThanks for your question, Staci! So glad you enjoyed Hope Rising. The third book A Hope Remembered does conclude that series. If you're interested in reading more of Of Love and War, though, I have an e-book only Christmas novella about Maria from Hope at Dawn and a free PDF novella on my website - www.stacyhenrie.com - about Alice and George from Hope Rising.

As far as what's next for me, I'm back to writing historical westerns for Love Inspired Historical. My second western with them The Express Rider's Lady released in February. I'm working on another two westerns for them and both are scheduled to release next year.

And who knows, one of these days, I may return to writing more WWI fiction. I really love that time period, so we'll see. :)(less)
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I've kind of always been fascinated by Old West outlaws, such as Butch Cassidy and the Wild Bunch, who pillaged and roamed the western states like pirates of the prairies. So it was super fun, this past week, to visit a place they had been.

We took a short research trip, for my next Love Inspired Historical western, up to Buffalo, Wyoming. Located about 45 miles north of "Hole in the Wall" count... Read more of this blog post »
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Legacy of the Heart by Danica Favorite
"Legacy of the Heart is an excellent anthology of five inspirational romance novellas. Two are historical and the other three are contemporaries. Some of them are closely tied together, others are not. Still it would be encouraged to read these in..." Read more of this review »
A Cowboy of Convenience by Stacy Henrie
"What a cute story & such a sweet romance! I’m a sucker for marriage-of-convenience stories – and cowboy stories – so A Cowboy of Convenience was right up my alley!

We first meet West McCall and Vienna Howe in The Rancher’s Temporary Engagement,..." Read more of this review »
Legacy of the Heart by Danica Favorite
"LEGACY OF THE HEART is one of the best anthologies I have read recently, which is most notable because, out of the five authors, four were new to me. I would recommend that 1 and 2 be read in order, and 3, 4, and 5 in order as well, although the l..." Read more of this review »
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"There is a wonderful sense of anticipation throughout the book as we wait for West and Vienna to work up the courage to share their deepening feelings with each other. This is a lovely marriage of convenience story because they are already good fr..." Read more of this review »
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“She wasn't going to heap judgment on him; she was going to root around until she found even a single seed of faith still sprouting inside him.”
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“Love is more than a passing fancy, in my opinion. I believe it is something born of thousands upon thousands of moments of quiet connection— a force that burns brighter over time instead of diminishing.”
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Stephanie Cook Thanks so much Stacy! I'm so excited to read your wonderful book! I know how much work goes into it. Have a great day and thanks for being a great friend!


Margaret Chind You made my day! :)


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