Saturday, April 4, 2015

Stacy Henrie

Stacy Henrie has always had an avid appetite for history, fiction and chocolate. She earned her B.A. in public relations from Brigham Young University and worked in communications before turning her attentions to raising a family and writing inspirational historical romances.

Henrie's latest novel is A Hope Remembered.

Recently I asked the author about what she was reading. Her reply:
I recently read Lost in Shangri-La: A True Story of Survival, Adventure, and the Most Incredible Rescue Mission of World War II by Mitchell Zuckoff. It was exactly the kind of nonfiction book I love to read—one that is well written, reads more like a story than a textbook, and highlights some lesser known piece of history. This book, about two men and one woman who survive a plane crash in the jungle of New Guinea among a native tribe, was fascinating. Their time among the natives and their daring rescue made this a page-turner.

I also finished re-reading The Dressmaker by Kate Alcott. This story about the Titanic hearings is also a fantastic read. Part women’s fiction, part romance, I love how this book explores the bravery and cowardice of humans in the face of severe trial as we follow Tess Collins, a seamstress anxious to change her future, aboard the fated ship and through the senate hearings.
Visit Stacy Henrie's website.

My Book, The Movie: Hope Rising.

The Page 69 Test: Hope Rising.

The Page 69 Test: A Hope Remembered.

--Marshal Zeringue