I just wanted to share the above introduction video that I posted on YouTube on interesting books to read. Okay, I admit, I wrote them! I write in several genres, so my catalog offers books to read for many tastes and ages. I’d be honored if you would check them out and let me know whether you agree that they are interesting books to read. Authors love connecting with readers!
In the video, I talk briefly about my Hockey Rivals books, Storybook Valley chick lit series, mystery novels, young adult paranormal thriller, and children’s picture books. Pretty diverse, huh? I also briefly discuss my freelance editing service and online teaching.
Obviously, you can learn more about the Hockey Rivals books here on the Hockey Rivals Books website. You can find out more about my other titles over at www.stacyjuba.com.
Be sure to visit my YouTube channel, Writer Tips & Book Chats With Stacy Juba, and say hello. Hope you find some good books to read both in this video and in my upcoming ones.
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Stacy Juba wrote her first young adult novel, Face-Off, when she was 16 years old because she couldn’t find any fiction books to read about ice hockey. It was published during her freshman year in college, and she hasn’t stopped writing since. She published the sequel, Offsides, 26 years later and was excited to continue the story of rival twin brothers Brad and T.J. McKendrick. Stacy is also the author of acclaimed mystery novels and the humorous Storybook Valley Theme Park chick lit novels for adults, as well as The Flag Keeper picture book about the U.S. Flag Code.
You can learn about her full catalog of books on www.stacyjuba.com. She is also a freelance editor and creator of online courses for writers. Learn about her editing service and classes on www.shortcutsforwriters.com.
Is your teen or tween ice hockey fan desperate for hockey fiction to read? Do you need to encourage a reluctant reader to pick up a book? Score A Goal For Reading With The Hockey Rivals Books.