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Stephenia H. McGee is a multi-published author of stories of faith, hope, and healing set in the Deep South. She lives in Mississippi, where she is a mom of two rambunctious boys, writer, dreamer, and husband spoiler. Her novel The Cedar Key was a 2021 Faith, Hope, and Love Readers’ Choice award winner. A member of the ACFW (American Christian Fiction Writers) and the DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution), she loves all things books and history. Stephenia loves connecting with readers and can often be found having fun with her Faithful Readers Team on Facebook. For more on books and upcoming events and to connect with Stephenia, visit her at www.StepheniaMcGee.com.
Have Stephenia speak at your event:
Based on her research for historical novels and love for writing, Stephenia offers the following programs for libraries, church events, book clubs, and other events:
- The Crazy Truth in Fiction: How history provides the best stories
- Fashion in the 1800’s (Stephenia can even come dressed in hoop skirts!)
- Nursing and Other “women’s work” During the Civil War
- Location, location, location: How real places impact the story
- Keeping the Faith: How stories reveal our need for God
- 5 keys to becoming a successful writer
- Who do you write for? Choosing the publishing path that’s right for you.
- Pack a Punch! How to write characters with emotional depth
Press Release for most recent book:
In addition to speaking at multiple book signings, book clubs, bookstore and library events, Stephenia has appeared on radio shows, Mississippi television networks and has written for numerous magazines, newspapers, and blogs.
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See the feature for In His Eyes in Family Fiction
The Cedar Key wins the 2021 Faith, Hope, and Love Award in women’s fiction!
Listen to the interview on Liz Tolsma’s Christian Historical Fiction Talk podcast:
Fiction Readers Summit, Grand Rapids, MI May 12-14
Mississippi Book Fest, August 2022
Canton Flea Market October 13, 2022
Book Signing and Selfies, Barns and Noble, Ridgeland, MS October 15, 2022 1:00 – 3:00
Candy Cane Market, Park Place Baptist Church, Pearl, November 12, 2022
The Secrets of Emberwild – Coming from Revell (a division of Baker Publishing Group) October 2022
Historical romance set in 1912 Georgia – Coming from Revell May 2023
The Back Inn Time Series
The Back Inn Time series books are fun, faith-filled stories of what it might be like to suddenly experience life in a different time. These clean historical romances are packed with humor and adventure. Perfect for fans of dual timeline or time slip stories and Christian historical romance, these books answer the question every historical fiction fan wonders—what would it be like if I went back to that time? If you enjoy the wholesomeness of Amish, Western, or frontier fiction and adore romantic comedies, then visit a seaside Victorian inn where you can “step back inn time and leave your troubles behind!”
In this stirring Christian time-travel series, readers are swept away on romantic adventures throughout history. Each book features new characters who find love in the most unexpected places and can be read in any order.
Step Back Inn Time and Leave Your Troubles Behind!
Check back for an announcement for the release of a book 5 in the series!
"Reminiscent of Gone with the Wind, The Whistle Walk paints a vivid picture of America at the start of the War Between the States. The treatment of slaves, the economic conditions of the South, the concerns of the soldiers on both sides were brought to life in this breathtaking novel.”— Christine Sharbrough, The Christian Manifesto
"It is obvious that McGee knows the time period, etiquette standards, building structures, food offerings, and much more. The Civil War atmosphere is very much present and I was reminded of the novel, Gone with the Wind, in quality of the writing and content."— Susan Faloon, The Christian Manifesto
"It is beautifully told, exquisitely crafted, examining the harsh realities of slavery while allowing one to see the fire of hope and courage. It also shows the kindness and compassion of a young white lady expected to act as others yet yearning to change those expectations. It is realistic and sometimes heartbreaking yet it delivers a message of hope, love and faith against all odds and in all circumstance and it does this to absolute perfection! Bravo Ms. McGee!"— In'Dtale Magazine