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Stacey Carroll - Unique Books for a Unique Audience
Stacey Carroll is an author and freelance writer dedicated to providing well-researched and high-quality content to adult audiences in the form of informative articles and high-quality
fiction and non-fiction books.
Stacey Carroll seeks to provide readers with a unique reading experience that does not follow conventional norms or preexisting ideals on how books, stories and characters should be constructed. You should never feel like you’ve read this before when reading one of Stacey Carroll’s books or articles.
Amazon ebooks read free with a Kindle Unlimited Membership Plan. It's important to note that Stacey Carroll is an adult fiction author. All books are written for an 18+ audience and by reading the website, you agree that you are 18 years of age or older. (Extremely taboo stuff is not here. If you need a list of shit I will not write, read: Absolutely Forbidden Erotica Topics)
If you'd like to read the full chapter previews and see every book that I have published, it's best to view my Amazon Author Page. This page is kept up to date as much as possible, but I write and publish so quickly that it often doesn't list the newest books. The chapter previews on StaceyCarroll.org have been cleaned up to remove most of the intimate scenes. I'd like to say all of them, but I may have missed one. This was done in an effort to make the site more general audience-friendly and keep the creepers off my site.
Suspense, Thriller and Paranormal Fiction Books
Tiny Bitey Vampire
With the food running out on Umbra, little vampire, Shadow, must find her way to a new planet. Along the journey she makes friends and finds a mate, but can they make this new living planet work for them?
If you're looking for a vampire love story with a little bit of sci-fi thrown in, you've come to the right place. I recommend this series for people who like vampire diaries books, vampire academy books, Anne Rice books and books by Stephen King. It's important to note that these are adult fiction books and contain adult situations.
A drug-running drug-addled pilot and her family try to avoid the law while running their organized crime business. This is a romantic suspense series that I started when I was 10 years old. Of course, it's gone through many changes over the years. One of the biggest was actually adding technology. When I started writing this series, cell phones and computers did not exist in the home.
The Blooddoll Factory
A man gets a job at a fertility clinic after being unemployed for a year. Unbeknownst to him, it's run by vampires. This is a romantic suspense with a vampire twist. It's one of my best suspense novels to date.
Tiny erotic books for your enjoyment. Topic and themes vary. Books may be a single title or a series, and they are not in any particular order. What they all have in common is that they are .99 and between 8,000 and 10,000 words.
Erotica books that are actual novels, meaning they have more than 40,000 words. Anything for an A is 200,000 words. It took me a year and a half to write. Are you up for the challenge?
Anything for an A
KIndle Vella is a new type of story platform that Amazon has released. It's meant to compete with things like WattPad. These are stories by the episode, and they are typically between 600 and 5,000 words. You can read the first three episodes for free. When I was looking at it, if you clicked on the key, it would give you 500 tokens for free. That was November 2021, and I have no way to know if Amazon is going to keep that little perk or not, so if it's not there, they've done away with it. Thus far, I have input a story I am working on called Satan's Affair. It's not done and definitely a draft. Clicking on the image will take you to the story on Amazon. There's no second page describing it. As far as I am concerned, Kindle Vella is the preview.
A man inherits his family's 200-year-old house. He's lost his job, and he and his wife are on the verge of bankruptcy, even after moving to a trailer park near a toxic river. To spite the rumors that the house is haunted, he agrees to live in it rather than sell it. With no bills and a hefty renovation budget, he's hoping they can get back on their feet before the house gets them.
A woman breaks out of prison after being found guilty of murdering her abusive husband.
Rosie Crumpet is at risk of losing her very old generational home on a coconut tree-filled island due to a fraudulent banker stealing most of her family's generational money through bad investments. Thankfully, Rosie has a dream. She's going to finish a murder mystery novel, get a publishing contract and marry her editor all before the house is put into foreclosure by the end of the month. All she has to do is finish her novel that is barely started, find and editor, fall in love and marry!
The Truth Is Fiction
Abigail is the CEO of the highly successful Burbank Resort. Located on Lake Patty Quack, it draws visitors from near and far with it's expansive lake views and short walk to Downtown Cozen where individuals can view the shops. As CEO, Abigail is tasked with expanding the business by opening a second location twenty miles away at Rook Lake. Can Abigail get the second location open before the investors get pissed and back out of the deal?
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Why Stacey Carroll Writes the Books and Stories She Writes
Stacey Carroll seeks to solve the problem of all books being the same. In fact, you might have heard yourself saying this after reading certain genres – I’ve read this before, or this is just like the last book I read. Is there anything different out there? Mainstream publishers tend to put out the same books over and over again because X book did well. This is done in order to maximize their profits and lower the chances of a loss, but you, as a reader, are probably bored to tears with this scenario. We need more diverse books, and we need them now. Thankfully, Stacey Carroll seeks to take care of this problem by not holding to conventions and publishing books that traditional publishers don’t want because – That’s played out. It doesn’t do well. No one will read that cause it’s not like X. Stacey Carroll has never followed the crowd, and her books don’t either.
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A Great Anti-hero
In the universe, light cannot exist without darkness. And in fiction, the anti-hero is also needed. But on the surface, even children can grasp the idea of what exactly is a villain. It seems an easy and universal concept. The villain, also known as the bad guy, is the protagonist who causes suffering.
He is responsible of other characters’ woes and struggles. And he is the good guy’s motivation as well. He causes the hero to go through extreme challenges and feats. But life can be complex, and literature can be complex as well. So not all anti-heroes are created equal. And yes, they can even be the main protagonist of a work of literature. This article will explain how an anti-hero can be the main character of a work of fiction and what makes him compelling.
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It always baffles and angers me when people say – You’re not a real author because you self published, meaning you’re only a real author if you traditionally published. This is a load of horseshit. All authors work hard at writing and editing their books. I read a statistic one time, and I forget where, that said 97 to 99 percent of people that want to write a book don’t even write down the first word. Of the 1 to 3 percent that actually do start writing their books, 99 percent of those guys don’t finish it. Of the 1 percent that finish their books, 99 percent of those guys do not publish their books. So, if you start your book, finish it and publish it in any form, you are doing better than 99.999999999 percent of all the people that want to write a book. I wouldn’t call that being a raging joke or a loser.