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Guest Blog--Stacy Simmons

Introduce yourself—and welcome!


Hi, I’m Stacy T. Simmons. My family and I live outside of Dallas, Texas. One of the first things people notice about me is that I like to smile.


Tell us about your book—title and back cover blurb.


A Promise for Faith Briar Creek Love Book One

Secrets have the power to ruin lives. Faith and love have the power to disarm those secrets.


Failure isn’t an option for Faith Fuller, She wants to prove to herself and her very successful parents she can stand on her own, even if it means accepting a job offer from someone she wanted to forget. To add to the problem, that job means facing her biggest fear.


Caleb Gaines is looking for a manager for his coffee shop. He’s in over his head running his successful river outfitters business, and being a single dad to a preschooler. But the perfect candidate wants nothing to do with him. Risk-taker Caleb is up for a challenge and wants to convince Faith to help him.


If neither one relies on faith and learns to trust, any chance at love will be washed downstream.


An out-of-work chef and successful river outfitter are both hiding secret tragedies. How much faith will it take to learn to trust in each other, overcome obstacles, and find love?



Share one thing that you found difficult or challenging about writing this book.


I work full time as a Special Education Inclusion Para, so squeezing time to write after work can be interesting.


Ask the blog reader a quirky question or two.


Faith is a chef in my book, what’s your most epic win/fail in the kitchen?

She learns to love living in a small town. What’s your favorite place to live, and why?


Share your social media and buy links!





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ppeckham1964
ppeckham1964
2022年1月20日

I tried using an old-fashioned pressure cooker (not an Instant Pot) to make vegetable soup. I THOUGHT it had sat long enough to let the pressure subside, but when I cranked the top off, it blew up in my hands. There were potatoes on my ceiling. Luckily, no one was hurt, but whooee, what a mess!

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ChristinaSinisi-Author
ChristinaSinisi-Author
2022年1月21日
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So glad no one was hurt!

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lauradenooyer
2022年1月17日

I have so many kitchen disasters it's hard to pick! One time in my first year of marriage, my homemade soup was so horrible that my husband--who never complains about my cooking--got up and said he'd be right back. He left the house and returned 10 minutes later with Kentucky Fried Chicken!

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CRYSTAL
CRYSTAL
2022年1月17日

I've lived in the country all my life except when I went to college. The college sat in the middle of a city.

My biggest kitchen failure had to be when I tried to make "dippy" eggs for myself. Can we say total major failure because they weren't "dippy" eggs they were literally "drippy" eggs. They were so bad they had to go to the garbage can. I can laugh about it now.

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ゲスト
2022年1月16日

My favorite place to live has been right where I’ve been for over twenty years. I love being on the edge of town and so I can see wildlife at times. Canadian geese fly through, muskrats are common, and other animals that I don’t see as often. Most of my neighbors have been nice and people are friendly in my town.

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ChristinaSinisi-Author
ChristinaSinisi-Author
2022年1月16日
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Sounds lovely!

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Deena Adams
Deena Adams
2022年1月16日

Hi Stacy and Christina. My biggest kitchen fail was probably when I was first married. I tried to make fried chicken. It was beautiful on the outside but when we bit into it, we were greeted with blood. 🤣

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ChristinaSinisi-Author
ChristinaSinisi-Author
2022年1月18日
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It will be awhile...somehow have to make up for all that Christmas eating!

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