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Stephany Tullis



My spirituality is the force behind my being. In my world, there is no life without writing, traveling, family, music and my love of politics. My loves and interests are central to my writing.

I published my first novel The Master’s Plan, A Novel About Purpose in November 2013 and my first Christmas novel, 48 Hours ‘Til Christmas, in November 2014. 

BLUE LADY (a short story), published in February 2015, launched my first series, The Angelica Mason Series. The first full installment in this series, entitled BLUE LADY’S Sweet Dreams is scheduled for release November 6th 2015 to be followed by BLUE LADY’S Mission Impossible in Spring 2016.

I love Christmas and all the merriment and joy that it brings! My 2015 Christmas release Love, Peace & Joy is on pre-order, scheduled for release October 30th 2015.

I live in Georgia with my family where I continue to write professionally and have published on Examiner.com as Atlanta’s Society and Culture Examiner and in various health related peer review journals.


(Pre-order link below).
“I can’t believe I let the golden girl talk me into this. Dealing with hood rats five days a week is more than enough. Saturday and Sunday give me just enough down time to regroup and prepare for another round of high school music lessons and after-school practice sessions. I’m not even ready for the school’s holiday orchestra concert, how does Noelle expect me to have time to work with her and these kids on a Christmas play–and for church of all things? (I won’t tell you and can’t even remember the last time I sat in a church pew).
I have to admit I was stupid enough to let my older sister–older as by five years–talk me into helping her out with her church’s annual Christmas program. The Youth Pastor who usually works with her on the yearly production was called out of town for a family emergency and she was stuck. After listening to Noelle beg and plead for two weeks, I caved. When she told me yesterday I also had to work with Maxwell Stewart, the church’s Minister of Music, I told her there was no way in hell I would work with him! Ooops. Now you see why church doors lock when I walk by. Seriously, I’m telling it like I see it….”


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