Hi, my name is D. V. Stone. I am a multi-genre author who also enjoys reading across genres. On this page you'll meet a great group of writers and get an insider's view into their lives and books. I hope you enjoy this special peek and find new and exciting reads.
Who- I’m a multi-genre writer and a weekly blogger where I share short blogs to make readers think and create memes from favorite quotes and photos. Once upon a time, I was a schoolteacher, a church pianist, a church services interpreter for the deaf, and a former mayor’s wife. I’m an Air Force daughter and Army wife. I’ve served as a Department of Army Civilian. Those experiences led to my four-book military romance series PROMISES. I’m married to a preacher’s son and have a preacher son, which explains where I get my ideas for the Fitzpatrick Family series about eight preacher kids who each find true love.
Interests besides writing- Jigsaw puzzles and gardening are my passions when I’m not writing. Puttering around in the dirt helps get the creative juices going when I’m having writer’s block. Puzzles are my weapon of choice when I have a plotting problem to tackle.
Network- I’m blessed to have a supportive husband and a fantastic writer’s group that meets weekly via Zoom. Since the pandemic, our meetings are online. Hubby’s always available to discuss a story or read for me.
Desk- I recently abandoned my traditional desk in the upstairs office to claim the dining room table. Who says an architect’s room labels on a blueprint are set in stone? Not me, and that’s how our dining room table became my desk and the room my office. I’m glad. There’s so much more room to spread out on a table that seats eight. Plus, I’m closer to the kitchen for those energy snacks.
Outrageous talent- It’s not a talent exactly, more of a habit that friends and family say is a bit obsessive. I swim every day. May through September I swim outside, and October through April move indoors to a sports medicine gym. I use the term swim very loosely. My stroke looks more like a frog doggy paddling.
Window- Our yard is a certified wildlife habitat. I’m always assured of seeing wild creatures out my windows and doors. Oodles of birds, butterflies, squirrels, opossums, raccoons, and deer come to visit. It’s easier than you might think to become a certified habitat. Check here. www.nwf.org/CertifiedWildlifeHabitat
These are pictures of what I see from my window.
When Love Trusts
Book 4 in The Fitzpatrick Family Series
From the author- Sweet romance like Hallmark-
Growing up together in a small Texas town, Josh Fitzpatrick and Mara Burke always had each other’s backs. A relationship built on love and trust… until it wasn’t.
Now, an Army sniper home on medical leave, Josh’s wounds go deeper than the shrapnel dug from his thigh. Nightmares torment him. He feels responsible for a senseless tragedy and the death of fellow soldiers. While his body recovers, he wrestles with guilt and waits for disciplinary action.
Mara’s a single mom and administrator at a home for boys, still hiding the terrible secret that created the ten-year chasm between them.
When the boy’s home needs volunteers after a fire, Josh steps in. Sparks from their youth soon ignite a new passion, but will sharing their secrets be enough to overcome the pain and hurt between them?
AMAZON (US): https://www.amazon.com/When-Love-Trusts-Fitzpatrick-Family-ebook/dp/B09GL1R5RP/
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Anna Taylor Sweringen
10/6/2021 10:41:07 am
Lovely pictures. Thanks for the peek out your window and into your book.
10/6/2021 02:01:57 pm
Thank you for stopping by Anna. I do love my backyard.
10/6/2021 01:33:25 pm
My goodness, what a varied and interesting background you have. Great inspiration for writing :) Wishing you all the best
10/6/2021 02:03:55 pm
Sometimes the backyard can be a distraction. Too much watching the hummingbirds.
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