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Where's Stephanie?: A Story of Love, Faith, and Courage Paperback – January 15, 2015
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"A debut novella about a grandmother's hope to be reunited with her granddaughter, who was given up for adoption. Effective drama about the tenacity of family love." - Kirkus Indie
"Betcha there's a screenplay or at least a TV special in this one. Bless!" - Mark Weston, Playwright, Screen Actors Guild Conservatory, NY
Lenora's book is sure to inspire individuals or organizations who support or want to share this special prolife message. It shares timeless truth and is a really unique story. - Paul Mikos, CrossBooks, a division of LifeWay Christian Resources.
From the Author
When certain real life events unfolded in front of my eyes, I knew without a doubt it was a story that must be told. I found myself telling it to everyone I encountered. Their responses were always the same, "That gives me goose bumps" or "That aught to be in the movies!"
I first wrote Where's Stephanie? as a screenplay. But then it dawned to me that people usually read a book and then go watch the movie. So, using the screenplay as an outline to guide me, I wrote the book "Where's Stephanie?" using the pen name Lenora Livingston.
Two people influenced my writing. One was my father, who wrote a number of books about veterinarian medicine and Indian artifacts. He once told me that if I ever wrote a book, I should write it at a level where the average person can read it without difficulty. Thus, Where's Stephanie? can be read by anyone from adolescence to old age.
The other person who influence me was Mark Weston. He taught writing classes at the Screen Actors' Guild Conservatory in New York. His best advice to me was to write with feeling. "If you feel it, your readers will, too," he would say.
Using their advice, I wrote Where's Stephanie? straight from my heart at a level where the average person can read it without difficulty, including using print large enough for people to read without straining their eyes. Read and enjoy!
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