About Stacey Katheryn

I am a full-time novelist specializing in Fantasy and Paranormal Horror, I have consistent fun with my work and even more fun creating something that others enjoy and remember. I am in the process of crafting a dark fantasy and epic series of books based on the principles of humanistic vampires and werewolves, epic battles, inspiring sorcery, unique conflict and the many dynamics of person to person relationships, set in my self-created world, a mix of the modern and past, blurring the lines of true-life lands and a beautiful fantasy world.

I workΒ  mostly in the fantastical side of writing, where anything is possible, but I also dip into the world of horror, most of which are short stories carefully crafted to scare the pants off those who read them! Many include a supernatural spin and surprise, scary endings.

Though some end with a shiver and a smile πŸ™‚

I’ve been an amateur writer for over 19 years, starting at 9 years of age, and published in various formats for 14, with my series, The Legends of Sangue,Β  being professionally published on Amazon.com since April of 2012. I am making an effort to now share my writing with the world. And now, I’m sharing more with the world through blogging, which I find absolutely enjoyable!

Simple information about myself is that I am a Licensed Massage Therapist, with a background in writing, healthcare, professional dance and organic foods. I have my own Massage practice, and have recently opened my own publishing company called The Village Poet Press.

Thank you for your interest and patronage in my blog!

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19 responses to “About Stacey Katheryn

  1. Hi! Thanks for dropping by my blog. Interesting blog you have here– and a full-time novelist, too! I’d love to see what you’re up to –

  2. good luck. i’m also trying to write full time and also – finally – growing the guts to get published. i’ve been one of those people working full time, writing little by little, and never really putting a fully serious effort into it. time to change that.

    good luck to us.

    • Good luck to us indeed! I’ve been writing for over 14 years, I figured it’s time to start putting real effort into my stuff if I ever want to be published, lol! I’ve made meager attempts before, with no real results. This is tough, really getting in there and working at it, but so far it’s been paying off.

  3. and i’ve learned that it’s very tough to find someone with any credibility who you can bounce questions off. questions about characters, plot, consistency, grammar, language, anything. feel free to ask, and then feel free to toss my opinion out the window.

    • Your comment gave me a chuckle πŸ™‚ I’ve said the same. I agree about that, the writers I do know tend to write very different types of stories than I do, and advice pertaining to one genre doesn’t necessarily pertain to other genres, and the people I know who aren’t writers, think they know more about writing and try and give off-the-wall advice they maintain is right, lol. I appreciate good feedback from people, and I always tell them that. All in all I’ve learned mostly to trust my gut. If it feels right to me, others tend to like it more than ones (plots or characters, etc) that I scrutinized over. Goes both ways, you need somebody to bounce stuff off of, let me know. I’m pretty well versed. I actually have a good character writing article I wrote when I was VP of my local writers group (by the way, if you have one nearby, join it! Writers groups help sooo much, especially when you’re feeling like a lonesome writer. Helps to have some kind of camaraderie) I think if I can find the article, I’ll post it, or I could send it to you. It’s pretty informative, taken from different places of research and opinions from other writers, readers, and information I’ve learned through my 14 years of writing.

  4. I was looking for an email but cant find one Stacey, when you get a chance please email me jimcantwell@live.com thanks

  5. I have nominated you for the Sunshine Award! Great job, keep on blogging! http://whenibecameanauthor.wordpress.com/2013/03/20/sunshine-award/

  6. Hello again, I wanted to let you know that I’ve nominated you for The Next Big Thing award. Also, I really enjoyed reading your blog and wish you the best of luck in your writing career! http://whenibecameanauthor.wordpress.com/2013/03/21/the-next-big-thing-award/

  7. Hi! Just to let you know that I have nominated you for the Liebster Award! go here for all the info: http://sofaruntitled.wordpress.com/2013/04/17/liebster-award/

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