HAHG’s “Very Powerful Message”

5 star amazon review

Thanks to Mariah E. for this lovely 5-star review of Horseshoes and Hand Grenades on Amazon and goodreads: "Horseshoes and Hand Grenades tells the story of overcoming abuse, friendship, and understanding. This story represents a lot to me as a woman. Dealing with sexual abuse is always hard, especially when reading about it. However, Stevens … Continue reading HAHG’s “Very Powerful Message”

Don’t Let the Trauma Define You

logo tap into the power of u podcast

At some point in life, some people stop being self-conscious talking about themselves and speak more publicly in hopes of helping others. I have reached that point. I realized this after recording an interview for Darlene Corbett's wonderful podcast, Tap Into the Power of U. One reason I chose PR as my initial career was … Continue reading Don’t Let the Trauma Define You

HAHG Blog Tour: Day 6

screenshot savvy verse and wit book blog

The Horseshoes and Hand Grenades Blog Tour continues with a review of my Contemporary Women's Fiction story on Savvy Verse & Wit in the U.S. We then jump across the pond to the U.K. where Book Inspector hosts my guest post. Book Review on Savvy Verse & Wit Savvy Verse & Wit writes about Horseshoes … Continue reading HAHG Blog Tour: Day 6

“Horrifying at the Right Moments”

woman red shirt holding tablet book cover horseshoes and hand grenades

This reader review of my book Horseshoes and Hand Grenades is from a few weeks ago, but I'm just now finding time to post it. (I've been moving.) I completely respect the reviewer's different take on modern sexuality, and appreciate that the story of Astrid and Shelby resonated with her. Here's her review: Great read … Continue reading “Horrifying at the Right Moments”

“Ramona Interviews” S.M. Stevens

Ramona, host of "Ramona Interviews" on WCCA-TV, conducts a lively, fun and thought-provoking interview as I found when taping this segment about my new novel Horseshoes and Hand Grenades recently. Here are a few comments made by Ramona in the course of the interview (paraphrased): It was easy to read. I didn't feel depressed when … Continue reading “Ramona Interviews” S.M. Stevens