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One of the exciting ventures that I’m working on this year, is to bring my books to life with Audio!

You’re Not Alone was my first one, and a huge shout out to Maria Marquis for her awesome narration!

Trinity Morris, cofounder of You’re Not Alone, has a domestic violence past that still haunts her 10 years later. She is devoted to helping victims find freedom and to sharing information on how to help them through their emotional and violent trials. While Trinity is presenting at a seminar, she comes across Gavin, a police officer who knows her past all too well.

It’s been 10 years since he last saw her, but the moment Gavin’s eyes land on her, he’s intent on getting to know the woman who has haunted his dreams all these years. Can Gavin break through the wall that Trinity has built around herself, or will the present and the past collide and take her away from him again?

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Getting back in the Groove!

It?s been 9 months since I slipped in my kitchen, struck my head and saw stars. Before my concussion, I was writing every spare moment I had. My goals for 2015 were to publish 7 stories and have another 4-5 written for 2016. Well, I sure didn?t hit my goal ? that?s for sure!

You're Not AloneThankfully, I have a pretty awesome team of people who helped me to get out the three stories I had already written before the injury. They were a little late out of the gate, but they were at least published.

It wasn?t until early January that I forced myself to sit down and write more. My therapist?s encouraged me to push past the issues I was still dealing with and set a small daily goal. Not only was this to help my endurance levels, but to get my mind back into the focus of thinking in more depth.Detective's Badge and ID

This wasn?t just for my books; it was to help me get ready to go back to work, too. In police work, you write a lot of reports ? a lot of reports! The process of thinking in that kind of detail was daunting to me, and luckily with the help of my three therapists, has finally started to become easier. In a couple weeks, I will finally return to work part time and work myself up to full duty again.

In the meantime, I write daily still dealing with headaches and word recall issues, but it?s getting easier. I managed to write a 40,000 word novella in January that will be released in March, and finished another novella for the Celebration Series that I?d been in the process of writing when I sustained my concussion.

Now, I?m working on the third novella for the Celebration Series, and will hopefully move on to the fourth one by the end of the month. Once the fourth one is second-shield-II-FINALfinished, I?m hoping to dig back into Second Shield 2. By that time, I should have my higher cognitive processing closer to where it was. My hopes at this time is to have Second Shield 2 release late summer.

The last 9 months have been frustrating and very depressing, but I am finally seeing the light at the end of the tunnel. It?s been a long haul that has had my focusing on a lot of different parts of my life. I?m so thankful that my injury wasn?t worse, and I know I will never be back to my old self. But I have accepted my new self, and I know that eventually, I?ll find my groove again.

You’re Not Alone has been Released!

It’s Official ~ You’re Not Alone has been released and for one week only it will at $0.99!

Don’t forget to view the Video Trailer!? It’s Intense!

Early Amazon Reviews

“I won’t lie, this book is intense! Writing about domestic abuse has got to be a tough thing to do, but experiencing it has got to be even tougher. Stacy Eaton blew me away, once again.”

“This is another emotional and powerful story about domestic abuse, and how victims can start a new life, knowing that there?s hope and they are, indeed, are not alone. ”

“It is hard to categorize this story into a particular genre. There is suspense, police procedure, domestic abuse and an amazing love story.”

“This book is so much more than a romance. With strong compelling characters, it shows the long term impacts of domestic violence on women as well as men.”

To say this was a great book when it?s about domestic violence seems wrong but it was so good. It was a real eye opener to what domestic violence is and what it can do to women. The author does a fantastic job of explaining the different types of violence and how it effects women in the story and yet make it a beautiful story about true love.

You’re Not Alone is an emotional, inspiring story of a woman and a man, both of whom have survived abuse in their life, finding each other and finding happiness together. The author drew me into this book from the very first chapter – she teases the reader with the possibility of recognition between the Trinity and Gavin – and makes the reader NEED to read on.

As the story unfolds your heart will fill with the love that Gavin shows her, and how Trinity comes to trust Gavin, and even herself – to fall in love again. But the DV scenes will have you tied in knots.
When you have never suffered any kind of abuse – mental or physical – it is hard to understand how others put up with it. But reading Stacy’s books helps you grasp how the partner cuts them off from their family and friends, belittles them until they feel worthless and believe all the untrue and unkind words that are spat at them, and possibly even makes them believe they deserve the beating, due to something they have or haven’t done. This book certainly opened my eyes.

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