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The writer that Judith Krantz once called "Raymond Chandler, if Chandler were a poet," and that Publisher's Weekly proclaimed a "Top 6 Summer Read," Stacey Eskelin (who also writes as Stacey Keith) is the author of five romance novels, one memoir, and an upcoming women's fiction novel set in Italy. She has won over 15 Romance Writers of America awards, including the Tara, the Maggie, the Molly, and the Silver Quill, and lives in Umbria with her jazz musician boyfriend and two cats.
When Stacey isn't writing fiction, she publishes four articles a week in her ezine, Cappuccino, some of which you can read on this website. For complete access to Cappuccino, click here.
PICK OF THE MONTH
If you love brilliantly written historical fiction as much as I do, you owe it to yourself to read The Queen's Grace, written by the incomparable Jan Westcott in 1959. You can actually find it for free on Google since it's out of copyright. Subject: Katherine Parr, sixth wife of Henry VIII. Highly fictionalized, but it's so good, you don't care about the liberties taken with history. Can I give something more than 5 stars?