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Saturday, February 3, 2018

#SaturdaySpotlight is on Stacey Weeks & In Too Deep!

Good Morning!

Well it's official....6 more weeks of winter. Someone ought to shoot that darn rodent LOL! Seriously, I don't remember a colder, wetter winter in a long time. Oh well, great time to stay inside with a cup of your favorite hot beverage and a good book. With this in mind I'm greatly pleased to bring to you today's guest, fellow Pelican Book Group author, Stacey Weeks with her novel, In Too Deep.

Stacey is a member of The Word Guild in Canada and has authored two fiction books, is waiting to hear back from her publisher on a romantic suspense submission, and is working on a fourth novel.

Stacey’s newest book released in November 2017.

Grace risked everything and found herself drowning in danger. 

Like a sunken treasure wedged in the lake floor, Grace Stone’s heart is submerged in the past. Her only hope in easing her guilt over her role in a tragic drowning is launching a Water-Survival program at Camp Moshe, but success depends on Grace risking everything on the man hired to rebrand the Christian camp. Kye Campton’s extreme sports campaign lands him in hot water with the cautious instructor. His usual confidence wavers when it becomes increasingly evident that the camp’s fight for survival is against more than a declining economy. Will Kye be able to save the camp—and Grace—from a saboteur determined to see the place close for good?

Watch the book trailer!

In Too Deep is available for purchase at Pelican Book GroupAmazon.caAmazon.comChapters-IndigoBarnes & Noble

Download and read the first two chapters FREE here!

I asked Stacey to describe herself in her own words: 

I am from the play-until-the-streetlights-turn-on and come-when-your-father-whistles generation. I’m a cool-off-in-the-sprinkler, drink-straight-from-the-hose, and fish-off-the-pier kind of girl. I’m loyal even when others are not. I’ve wrestled with brothers, played Barbie with neighbors, and stayed up too late reading just one more chapter. I’m from BIG Sunday dinners, steaming hot tea, and Saturday morning coin-sized pancakes. I grew up with Tupperware, paper bag lunches, Yorkshire pudding, and mashed potatoes. Lots of mashed potatoes. My family is a finish-what-you-start, bargain shopping, home cooking, and respect-your-elders kind of family. I am one of four children framed in memories on a wall. I jumped off docks, endured eight-hour trips that took twelve, and sat in the middle bench seat of the family sedan. I am a wait until you enter the house before driving away kind of mom. I boil the kettle in a crisis, and I know that a job worth doing is worth doing right. I am a fixer of old things, painter of everything, cleansed and forgiven child of God. I believe that nothing matters more than the Lord Jesus Christ and who I believe He is. 

Find Stacey on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/writerSWeeks/
Twitter: @WriterSWeeks

Wow THANKS Stacey for visiting with us today and sharing your book. We certainly wish you the best of luck and God's blessings with the book and in all things!

Hope you enjoyed today's post friends and that you'll check back often to see what's happening on Tuesday Treasures, Thursday Thoughts and Saturday Spotlight.

Until next time take care and God bless.


Stacey Weeks said...

Thanks for having me on your blog!

Carlene said...

I smiled all the way through your self-description! Thank you for sharing.

Raquel Byrnes said...

What an interesting premise for your book! Love the cover. :)

Paula Mowery said...

From your self-description, it seems we have a lot in common. Blessings!

Stacey Weeks said...

Thanks, Carlene Havel. It was a fun description to write!

Stacey Weeks said...

Thanks, Raquel. I loved the cover the second I saw it. I'm always a bit nervous while waiting for the publisher to provide the cover. Books are judged by the cover - no matter how often we tell ourselves not to judge them that way!

Stacey Weeks said...

Hi Paula, we must have grown up in the same time period :-)

Linda Maran said...

Best of luck with your book, Stacey. Will buy a copy and review it. :)

Stacey Weeks said...

Hi Linda, I'd love a review! Thank you. Reviewers are the best!!!

Marissa Garner said...

Sounds like a great book. Best of luck with it!

Emily Conrad said...

Sounds like a great book, Stacey!

Alina K. Field said...

Best of luck with the book!

Stacey Weeks said...

Thanks, Marissa. I loved writing it.

Stacey Weeks said...

Thanks, Emily!

Stacey Weeks said...

Thanks, Alina!

Diane Burton said...

What a terrific cover! Your self-description made me smile. Many things you said describes my family, too. Best wishes.

Stacey weeks said...

Thanks for stopping by, Diane. I was very pleased with the cover. Thanks for the kind words. Did your home serve lots of mashed potatoes too? It was a good thing I loved potatoes!!