Stephanie Hurt – Romance Author

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Monday morning!


It’s Monday morning and my weekend was way too short, but exciting. Saturday was my book signing in Zebulon. It turned out really well and I’m excited about the future events that could spin off of it.

Now to add to my excitement, today the article I wrote for Southern Writers Magazine’s Suite T blog is available on their website. Here’s the link for you to go by to read and share: The article goes over the way I line up a story before I write it. I do hope it helps other writers.

My manuscript that is on Wattpad is still racking up the votes and reads. The comments are really good and I hope that helps with the stories success. It’s still in the hands of Harlequin, so fingers crossed that it does well.

As always, good writing and May God Bless You…Southern_Writers_button

Author: stephaniehurt

Stephanie Payne Hurt has been writing stories since she was a teenager, but only started publishing her work in 2012, 30 years later. The romance genre drew her in at an early age. Since 2012 she's published over 50 Romance novels/novellas. Stephanie is a busy lady. She's a Children's Minister, Accountant, wife and mother along with a blogger and writer, along with starting a publishing service called Horseshoe Publishing alongside her publisher. It's been an exciting ride and she looks forward to what the future holds for her writing. Currently she writes romance ranging from Christian, Contemporary, Suspense and Cowboy. Her work is available at many online retailers, on her website and in a bookstore in Zebulon, Georgia near her home. Come by and visit her at and subscribe to get updates and release dates, also her monthly newsletter! Don't forget to join her Street Team for all the new updates and to get free chapters of upcoming books and lots of other prizes.

4 thoughts on “Monday morning!

  1. Nice job, Stephanie. Happy Monday to you!

  2. Read, enjoyed, and shared your article, Stephanie. Don’t like to give other sites access to my social media info, though. So, here’s my reply:

    I always write a “synopsis.” Depending on the size of the story, it can be five or six pages long. It includes my characters’ bios, which I later expand on. I need a road map, so to speak, or I’ll end up lost or in a ditch. A lot of writers are turning to Scrivener these days–something I might check out. Old habits die hard, however: I’m still cling to Word!

    • Glad you enjoyed it Linda! I have to have a road map too or I’ll wonder down the rabbit’s hole 😉 Scrivener was a huge jump for me because I lean on Word too! I still compile it and finish it in Word for now, but as I learn more about Scrivener I’ll eventually do it all in it, but for now Word finishes it up.

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