Stephanie Jackson

Biography

Stephanie Jackson writes Paranormal and Paranormal Romance novels. Her works include:

The Undead Heart (#1 in the Blood Thirst Series)

Blood Thirst (#2 in the Blood Thirst Series)

When Angels Fall

The Lamp

The Reaper Within

The Wrath of Potter (#3 in the 3 book Blood Thirst Series)

The Reaper Within (Dark Rain)

Juvenile

UPCOMING RELEASES:

The Reaper Within (Purgatory)

Juvenile Rising

Stephanie Jackson lives in Clarksville, TN with her husband, Rick. She been married for a lot of REALLY long years and has numerous children of varying ages, all seemingly incapable of doing their own laundry or preparing a meal. They're all grown and employed, but they won't leave. They never leave. One any given day, you can find one of them testing the holding power of the couch and making sure the remote control is in good working order.

Smashwords Interview

How has Smashwords contributed to your success?
Smashwords allows me to sell my books through their expand sales channels, i.e. Apple, Kobo, Amazon, Sony, etc. It's great because I don't have to go to 20 different sites to check out my sales. With Smashwords all of my sells and records are all at my finger tips without the hassle of site jumping.
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
Getting lost in my own head. As I write my books I can see the stories playing out in my head like a movie. When I'm writing, everything around my because background noise and I love that.
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Where to find Stephanie Jackson online


Where to buy in print


Books

The Undead Heart (#1 in the Blood Thirst Series)
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Series: Blood Thirst, Book 1. Price: Free! Words: 142,360. Language: English. Published: December 4, 2010. Category: Fiction » Romance » Paranormal
(4.14 from 14 reviews)
Rebecca Stockdale had enough issues in her life; parents that hated her for the strange abilities that she had been born with, she was about to move away from her sister and only friend, Bev, and she had had a really bad date that would change her forever. Just when she was about to escape the drama that she had always lived in, Richard, a vampyre, walked into her life and shattered her reality

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Smashwords book reviews by Stephanie Jackson

  • Akeldama: The Field of Blood on Sep. 06, 2012

    Very cool book. I would recommend it to anyone who likes the paranormal!
  • Exorcising Aaron Nguyen on Sep. 22, 2013

    Did I like this book? No, I didn't. I absolutely LOVED it! Lauren Harris spins a tale of mystery, murder and ghosts, woven in with just the perfect amount of humor. With chapter headings like, "A Kick in the Head is Better than Nun', and "Splat on a Hot Tin Roof", I can tell you that the humor in this book is spot on. I loved the story line and also how Lauren shows that you don't have to be a stick thin Barbie doll to be totally freaking awesome. Exorcising Aaron Nguyen is a quick read, but a great one. I hope the author writes more stories along this line (I call for a series!)! It's the perfect read for anyone between the ages of 16-60 and I highly recommend it, you won't be sorry!
  • A 'Normal' Woman's Life on Sep. 23, 2013

    I loved this book. I've always liked biographies, but I get tired of the ones that are all about the 'rich and famous'. A 'Normal' Woman's Life is just that. It's a biography about a normal woman's life. I read this and could make comparisons to my own life; I could related. I don't think I could ever be as brave as Becca G., though. I don't think I could ever bare my soul as she did. I really appreciated that she shared such and honest and personal story. I highly recommend this book to people who like biographies and memoirs about people that aren't celebs.
  • Odd Whitefeather on Oct. 19, 2013

    My neighbor raved to me about this short story and pretty much insisted that I read it too. I downloaded a copy, but I'll admit that when I started reading this, I wasn't expecting much. I'm a little wary about books that are free. My experience with them is that they're usually not very good. That being said, I was wrong about Odd Whitefeather. I absolutely LOVED this book and was into it within the first couple of pages. And I mean IN TO IT to the point that I read the whole thing in about an hour and a half because I just couldn't put it down. I couldn't get enough of Odd Whitefeather, so I was thrilled to learn that there's another installment of the Odd Whitefeather story in the form of Brindle's Odyssey. I don't see it available on Amazon yet, but the author, Nicholas Antinozzi, sweetheart that he so obviously is, drops it on you like a gift at the end of Odd Whitefeather and tells you how to get your very own free eBook version of Bridle's Odyssey on Smashwords. I've already downloaded my copy and will be starting on it as soon as I finish this review. I'm an avid reader (4-5 books a week, depending on book length) and it's hard to impress me with a book. With Odd Whitefeather, I'm impressed. I'm also not a fan of short stories, but I'm now a big fan of Odd Whitefeather and a new fan of Nicholas Antinozzi. I will definitely be checking out all his work (but first, Brindle's Odyssey because...well, it's Odd Whitefeather!). If you like the paranormal and would like to read a great story about a Wendigo, I HIGHLY recommend Odd Whitefeather.