Tag Archives: Sara Stamey

The Rambling Writer’s Greek Travels, Part 12: The Caverns at Pyrgos Dirou

This series started on Oct. 15 and continues every other Saturday. I’m taking a trip back in time to my 4-month backpacking rambles around Greece in the early 1980s, which planted the seed for my recent novel The Ariadne Connection. … Continue reading

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Sara Stamey Wins Two Book Awards

At the Chanticleer book awards this week, Book View Cafe author Sara Stamey won the Cygnus Speculative Fiction Award for her near-future thriller THE ARIADNE CONNECTION, and the Paranormal Mystery/Suspense Award for her Caribbean psychic suspense novel ISLANDS. (The ebook … Continue reading

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WWW Wednesday – 4/15/2015

It’s WWW Wednesday. This meme is from shouldbereading. • What did you recently finish reading? While vacationing in Mexico, I visited the traveler’s library at the beachside cottages where we stayed, and exchanged a paperback for another nice fat mystery: The … Continue reading

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WWW Wednesday – Oct 22, 2014

WWW Wednesday. This meme is from shouldbereading.   To play along, just answer the following three (3) questions… • What are you currently reading? • What did you recently finish reading? • What do you think you’ll read next?   … Continue reading

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Rambles in England, Part 3

Oxford, Harry Potter Hall, and Tolkien’s Grave Oxford teems with literary connections, and as a lifelong reader of British lit, I couldn’t wait to wander the lanes connecting Town and Gown in this concretion of shops, inns, and venerable walled … Continue reading

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Elements of Romance in Other Genres

Romance crossover novels seem to be popping up all over, and it got me thinking about my own writing process. My novels tend to cross genres, including mainstream, science fiction, fantasy, mystery/suspense, and thriller plots, but they all include romantic … Continue reading

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Author Interview: Sara Stamey

Sara Stamey’s journeys include treasure hunting and teaching scuba in the Caribbean and Honduras; backpacking Greece and New Zealand; operating a nuclear reactor; and owning a farm in Southern Chile. Sara Stamey’s novel Islands, now in ebook from Book View Cafe, is set in the Caribbean and packed with both adventure and intricate characters and plot. It’s also romantic suspense with a drop of psychic wonder. “An archeologist investigating petroglyphs ends up diving for sunken treasure and investigating a cult murder.” Continue reading

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