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   Writers: Stacey Klemstein (United States)  
 
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The daughter of a Lutheran minister and a teacher, Stacey never found any shortage of books in her house or people to read to her (though her mother swears she still has most of Little House on the Prairie memorized from reading it aloud so often). Stacey created her first story before she could even write, dictating it to her mother, who jotted it down on a paper bag. Her father introduced her to science fiction with Star Wars and seven episodes of the original Star Trek series on tapes that she watched over and over again. Always being the new kid in school helped, too. Stacey entertained herself by making up stories, mostly about being a princess from another planet hidden among the humans for her own safety. Even now, she still wonders about that! Stacey graduated from Valparaiso University in 1997 with an English degree. She loves writing stories, and she is grateful to God every time she is given the opportunity to do so. She currently lives in the Chicago suburbs with her husband, and two retired racing greyhounds, Snostorm and Joezooka.

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  2004.  Silver Spoon, The   (Amazon - Alibris)
2008.  Bitter Pill   (Amazon - Alibris)
2008.  Eye of the Beholder   (Amazon - Alibris)
 
 
 
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