Welcome Stacey

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How did you come up with your title?
Mistletoe Movie Star is the third novella in a Christmas series where all the book titles begin with the word Mistletoe and a second word starting with the letter “m.” It took me a while to settle on Movie Star, but I was thankful to find an original title that was not yet in use!
How much of the book is based in real life?
The entire story is fictional, but the idea is loosely based on local events. My city is dealing with a homeless crisis. A good friend of mine presented an argument to the city council that an emergency warming shelter was needed because temperatures were dipping dangerously low. I was so proud of her! She became an instant inspiration for Char.
What book are you reading now?
I am working through some Advanced Reader Copies of other Christmas novellas in the Pelican Book Group Christmas Extravaganza. I loved Redeeming Christmas by Carol James! She is a favourite author of mine. I cried through A New Hope for Christmas by Erin Stevenson, and I’m partway through First Class Christmas by Katy Eeten – which has had me laughing many times!
What is your next project?
I’ve nearly finished a fourth Christmas story, which might end up set in Mistletoe Meadows. In it, an overwhelmed army chaplain and a wish-fulfilling newspaper columnist team up to save a parent’s legacy and make a young woman’s Christmas wish come true. I’m also working on a romantic suspense novel. If readers want to stay up to date on my book progress, they can find me at StaceyWeeks.com
In no more than
Ten (10) words, what is the spiritual takeaway for your reader?

The greatest gifts are not found under a Christmas tree.
Is there anything edgy/possibly controversial in your book? If so tell us what that is in
Twenty (20) words or fewer.

Homelessness and the community’s responsibility to care for the least among us.
What is your hero's main character flaw?
Doubts he has anything significant to contribute to the world.
What makes your hero heroic?
He is willing to take personal risks and investment financially in a cause he believes in.

what makes your heroine heroic?
She thinks outside the box to help the homeless, and she does it not because the homeless are her project, but because she truly loves them.

 

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