The Sentence Between Us

Title : The Sentence Between Us

Author: Stacy Hawkins Adams


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About This Author

Stacy Hawkins Adams is an award-winning author and journalist who loves to inform, entertain and inspire readers through the written word.

She has a gift for weaving tales in both the fiction and nonfiction genres, and in both faith-based and secular markets, that help readers thrive and grow confident in their own stories.

She has penned 10 books – nine women’s fiction novels and one nonfiction faith-based devotional book. Her fiction features themes related to personal growth, self-esteem, matters of faith, forgiveness, friendships and family, and some of the books have been featured reading selections in high school and college courses. Her most recent novel, Finding Home, was released in March 2016. It is the third novel in her Winds of Change series, but is a stand-alone title that does not have to be read in order. Other recent titles include Lead Me Home (recipient of a Publisher’s Weekly starred review); Coming Home (a 2012 Target stores Recommended Read); The Someday List (an Essence magazine bestseller), and Dreams That Won’t Let Go (a 2010 Library of Virginia Literary Award finalist). Her nonfiction book, Who Speaks To Your Heart? gives women practical tips and inspiration on how to connect more deeply with God.

Before becoming an author, Stacy was a newspaper reporter for 14 years, primarily at the Richmond Times-Dispatch in Virginia. She went on to build a freelance writing career through which she penned articles for national publications such as AARP’s Bulletin, Heart & Soul magazine and, and served as the Times-Dispatch’s freelance parenting columnist for more than a decade, through early 2018. She also served as a writing, marketing and community engagement strategist for nonprofits, using her skills to help family, youth-centric and literacy organizations better tell their stories. Since that time, she has served as a contributing blogger for the Huffington Post and as a special edition freelance writer for Our Daily Bread.

In addition to penning books, Stacy maintains a blog called Life Untapped, through which she encourages women to recognize and embrace their relevance. She also provides guidance to aspiring authors through her Focused Writers Membership Community, and by occasionally leading writing workshops and teaching at writers conferences in Richmond and around the nation.

Beyond the literary world, Stacy is a marketing and communications professional for an independent school. She holds a graduate degree in women’s leadership studies, and often shares messages with corporate, civic and faith-based organizations related to empowerment and leadership, personal growth, and the power of storytelling. She devotes considerable volunteer time to advocating for women and children, leading to recognition in recent years as a YWCA of Richmond “Outstanding Woman of the Year” and a Style Weekly magazine Top 40 honoree. Stacy is also an alumna of Leadership Metro Richmond and is well-versed in diversity and inclusion issues as a result of that experience and her communications work. She lives with her family in suburban Richmond, Virginia.

About This Book

Just weeks before Christmas, Melody Claytor finds the beautiful life she has created for herself and her husband in potential jeopardy, when a mistake from her past comes back to haunt her. Will a brief visit from a family member lead to healing and truth or turn her world upside down forever?

The Sentence Between Us takes readers on a brief yet emotional journey to witnessing one woman’s acceptance of the best gift ever: A wake-up call about what matters most – during the holiday season and every season.Book Review About The Sentence Between Us
Stacy Hawkins Adams created a tremendously Christmas Novella, “The Sentence Between Us” about love, compassion, and forgiveness. The Sentence Between Us” teaches us through the characters to live our truth no matter what; to forgives ourselves and others. When we allows to use the power of forgives, then we are free from the bondages of anger and holding on to grudges. This lessons teaches us to accept that we are human and makes mistakes but with the power of forgiveness can turn anything around with patience, love and hard work.
I really enjoyed reading this short Christmas Novel“The Sentence Between Us”. This Christmas Novella will leave the readers wanting more. This is the second book that I read by Stacy Hawkins Adams. I really admire the work from this great Author. This is a tremendously reminder, not only for this time of year, but all year long. We do not have to be prisoners of the mistakes we made in the past and to hiding those mistakes for fear of judgment. We must forgive ourselves and embrace all of who we are. We have the right to be our bona fide selves.
I truly hope that “The Sentence Between Us” is just a masterpiece into a new series. Stacy is one of my favorite authors. I love how she created the narrative in motion and gets the readers prepared to give up an entire day to read. You will want to know more about the characters, their story and how they all arrived at this point. I can’t wait until Ms. Hawkins Adams created the full length version to “The Sentence Between Us” and makes it a series. I believe as one of the readers that there definitely more story out there through this gifted Author. I recommended you to get a copy of this short Christmas story.I enjoyed reading this short story and I hope this is just the beginning of a new book series! I enjoy Stacy’s writing and I’m looking forward to reading more. Great job! I could see myself really being drawn into the lives of these characters.

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