Cover Reveal: Where the Staircase Ends by Stacy Stokes

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Where the Staircase Ends
by Stacy Stokes
April 2015 by Month9Books, LLC.
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Where the Staircase Ends

After her best friend orchestrates the lie that destroys her reputation, Taylor wants more than anything to disappear from her life. But when an accident turns this unspoken wish into reality, instead of an angel-filled afterlife, Taylor must climb a seemingly endless staircase into the sky.

Instead of going up, the journey plunges her into the past. As she unravels the mystery behind her friend’s betrayal, she must face the truth about life and find the strength to forgive the unforgivable -- unless the staircase breaks her first.

About the Author

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Stacy Stokes attended the University of Texas at Austin and The Wharton School of Business. She grew up in Dallas, TX, and currently lives in San Francisco with her husband. WHERE THE STAIRCASE ENDS is her first novel.


Giveaway

- One (1) digital copy of Where the Staircase Ends by Stacy Stokes
- Open Internationally
- Winner will be drawn September 19, 2014
- Winners will receive their book on release day
(Winners will receive their book on release day)



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9 comments

  1. I just started this one yesterday! Glad to hear you liked it :)

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  2. Oh, gosh, Heidi! I loved it! But it was an emotional read, especially if you've read the others and already love these characters.

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  3. I won this book in a giveaway so I hope to get it soon and start reading it, can't wait! The Christiansen family seems so real, right? I read John and Ingrid's prequel novella "I Really Do Miss Your Smile" at the end of "It Had to be You" so I'm looking forward to read about their struggles later in their marriage.

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  4. Finally found time to post an update. This covers Tuesday through Thursday. I've not read as much as I had hoped, but should have plenty of time to read over the weekend to catch up.

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  5. They do feel like an authentic and imperfect, but wonderful family. :)

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  6. I had such a tough time picking books. It would be a completely different list if it was drawn from books read this year. I just love that whole series, so I just went with Cinder. :)

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  7. I almost always have at least two books going at once. I hope they were good novellas.

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  8. I'm glad you liked it. :) I can't wait for the next two books!!

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  9. Yay for catching up on the weekends! I'm almost always opposite since my weekends are crazy busy. I'm also not online as much, but that's okay. I've been doing great. :)

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