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Nothing but the Right Thing, Stacy Hawkins Adams, 0800730976
Nothing but the Right Thing
 

Stacy Hawkins Adams

ISBN: 0800730976
Format: Paperback, 256pp
Pub. Date: April 2006
Publisher: Baker Publishing Group
BBP Sales Rank: 96,051
List Price: $12.99

 
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FROM THE PUBLISHER
 
Serena McDaniels has a loving husband and a new home. But there's one dream that remains just out of reach. When she left a high-profile advertising agency to pursue her dreams of having a family, Serena never imagined that the stress of her husband's pastorate and their desire to follow God's will might delay their dreams of becoming parents. And when a dear friend makes a life-altering decision to leave an abusive relationship, Serena knows she has to help. Will she have to postpone her dreams forever? Or will she hear God's still, small voice and realize his plan for her?
 
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
 
Stacy has been putting pen to paper for as long as she can remember.

As early as age six, she wrote short stories and poems and shared them with friends and family in Pine Bluff, Arkansas.

She was a newspaper reporter for 13 years before becoming a full-time author and freelance writer.

Stacy obtained a degree in mass communications from Jackson State University. She has participated in various writing programs, including the University of Maryland's Journalism Fellowship in Child & Family Policy and the Nieman Conference on Narrative Journalism at Harvard University.

She is a member of Toastmasters International and a graduate of the CLASS (Christian Leaders, Authors & Speaker Services) seminar.

Her articles have appeared in secular and faith-based publications, including Heart & Soul and The Crisis magazines and on Crosswalk.com. She also contributes regularly to blogs on Crosswalk.com and Faithchick.com.

Stacy began her career as a reporter for Florida Today newspaper in Melbourne, Florida. Until recently, she was the social issues reporter and inspirational columnist for the Richmond Times-Dispatch in Richmond, Virginia.

During her tenure at the Times-Dispatch, she delivered live broadcast reports on the Richmond CBS news affiliate and appeared on the Montel Williams Show. One of her columns was featured in "Young Believer Case Files," a book for young adults released by Tyndale House Publishers in 2003.

Honors for her work include being named Journalist of the Year by the Richmond Association of Black Journalists and receiving a media excellence award from the American Business Women's Association.

Her debut novel, Speak To My Heart, was voted 2004 Best New Multicultural Christian Fiction, and Stacy was named 2004 Best New Multicultural Christian Fiction Author by Shades of Romance Magazine. Black Expressions Book Club dubbed her a literary "Rising Star."

In her novels, Stacy enjoys creating plots that keep readers turning pages and characters that compel readers to examine the role faith plays in their lives.

As a public speaker, she shares motivational, inspirational or spiritual messages that leave her corporate, civic or religious audiences desiring to lead lives of excellence.

Stacy also devotes considerable time to promoting literacy. She is a former board member of The READ Center, a program that teaches adults to read, and now assists with the Richmond affiliate of Reach Out and Read. Through this youth literacy program, doctors emphasize the importance of reading by regularly giving new books to their young patients and encouraging parents to read aloud to their children.

Stacy lives in a suburb of Richmond with her husband and two children.
     
       
 
 

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