Stacy Lynn Carroll
Stacy Lynn Carroll has always loved telling stories. She started out at Utah State University where she pursued a degree in English, learned how to western swing, and watched as many of her fellow students became 'True Aggies'. She then finished her BA at the University of Utah where she got an emphasis in creative writing. After college she worked as an administrative assistant, where she continued to write stories for the amusement of her co-workers. When her daughter was born, and with the encouragement of a fortune cookie, she quit her job and became a full-time mommy and writer. She and her husband have two daughters and two Corgi children. They currently reside in Layton, Utah.
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Smashwords book reviews by Stacy Lynn Carroll
- Not So Easy (Souls in Peril series)
on Oct. 27, 2012
Just W-O-W!! This book was so amazing and touching, from beginning to end. I didn't want to put it down for a second, but unfortunately life and sleep got in the way, so it took me about 3 whole days to read it. Otherwise, I would have just read straight through! Sherry Gammon is a true genius when it comes to characters. After finishing, I wanted to call some of the people the next day to see how they were doing. They had become that real to me. Then I had to remind myself I couldn't because they were fiction. I was a victim to bullying at a young age. This book touched me so deeply I wish I could go back in time and give it to my younger self. I know if I'd read these words back then, it might have helped me get through those tough times a lot better. I think this book should be on the required reading list for all those in high school and junior high. It's a comfort and a guide to those being bullied, and an eye-opener to the kids who do the bullying! I loved how the author showed us what it was like on both sides, and we were able to witness what it would be like if the roles were reversed. Then we got to watch the characters grow and triumph as they learned to work together. I also loved how it was told from the perspective of a teenage boy. You don't see that very often in YA, and it was fun to get inside Max's head. Such a powerful story! I recommend it to all!