Feature of Marked by Magic
edited: Wednesday, February 01, 2006
By Terésa (Tracey) Stanisha
Not "rated" by the Author.
Posted: Wednesday, February 01, 2006
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Why did Mark Songis hand his wife Jane the glass with the bloodstain on it? Why did he take the canister from the porch and put it back into the closet? Who was in the car that parked across the road almost every day and watched the house? Why were the locks changed so many times? Who was the lady in the market at the corner of their street that wrote on Jane's finger with a magic marker each and every time she went in to buy groceries?
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Was it all connected to each other and her brother, Mitch Mistols, how did he fit in? What was the continuing silence that Mark had? Yet, to her he talked. To the lady, Maria, at the market he conversed. She wasn't sure if it was an affair, but they talked a lot...an awful lot about things that he wouldn't tell Jane about. Then it was her turn and she meets Mitchell Andrews. Mark will not give Jane a divorce. Then there was the dead body of one young, teenage girl found in the creek a mile behind their home. She had been murdered. Then there were two cars that watched the house every day...
Reviews for Orchid's Beach
"Letesny had everything she could want, a great job, a man who loved her and the perfect house. It seemed everything was perfect for her until that day she got home and her world fell apart... Collin, her fiance, had vanished from sight and took everything that was his with him. For weeks she walked on the beach near her home thinking and wondering what had gone so wrong that Collin left. When she finally went back to work her boss Ron Hitel had decided a change of scenery would be best for her and offered her a position in South Carolina. It was that same day that her car exploded in! the parking garage at work. Once in South Carolina she began getting strange items that made her tend to believe that Collin was somewhere near but was it him? Why did Collin leave so unexpectedly and why did he not try to contact Sarah all this time? What is Ron Hitel's part in this story? This story has romance of course but the mystery and plots that seem to shift the reader's attention from one character to the next are done very well and I must admit I was baffled in a few places as to who was the real villain. I recommend Orchid's Beach and would love to see it made into a movie." - 5 Hearts, Louise Riveiro-Mitchell, The Romance Studio
"ORCHID’S BEACH is an exciting read. The action and romance are non-stop! I found myself living Sarah’s ordeals with her and feeling her pain. The copy that I review wasn’t complete and this reader is eagerly waiting the release of this novel to get the full story. Teresa Louise Stanisha has a hit novel in this reader’s opinion." - Pam Bless, Rountable Reviews
Reviews for A Time For Pink Roses - All My Life
"A wonderful love story that is touching and special to anyone who has ever had such a love in their lives. To have that true love that goes far beyond what one can see and feel and last until time is no more. And to know that even after this you'll still be together again. Ms. Stanisha has touched my heart and soul with this story and will do it to all who read it." - 5 Hearts, Louise Riveiro-Mitchell, The Romance Studio
Review for Dancing Waters
"'Ms. Stanisha has given us a tension-filled and emotional story....the action sequences and raw tension were enthralling.' - Sara Sawyer, The Romance Studio
Two more novels for release in 2005 as well as having currently three suspense serials out also.
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About Terésa (Tracey) Louise Stanisha
Terésa (Tracey) Louise Stanisha has won the editor's choice award for outstanding achievement in poetry December, 2003. Her latest Publish America title Dancing Waters should be released approx. February 2004. Her other titles include Orchid's Beach and A Time For Pink Roses-All My Life (great review 5/5 Reviewer: Louise Riveiro-Mitchell The Romance Studio "Ms. Stanisha has touched my heart and soul with this story and will do it to all who read it." December 16, 2003) available now. And three serials, The Weaponry Witness, Marked by Magic and Sweet Tasty Stings.
Dancing Waters, Orchid's Beach and A Time For Pink Roses can be ordered through your local Borders and Barnes and Noble Book Stores, through Publish America and through all online bookstores.
"The Weaponry Witness" (Onging Suspense Ezine) November, 2003
"Sweet Tasty Stings" (Ongoing Suspense Ezine) November, 2003
"Marked by Magic" (Ongoing Suspense Ezine) November, 2003
"Dancing Waters" April 2004
"Orchid's Beach" 1-4137-0277-5 Published 2003
"A Time For Pink Roses - All My Life" 1-59129-613-7 Published 2002
"Sea of Rhythm" 0-7951-5160-8 Published 2002
Movie Extra Credits:
Sudden Death (Jeane-Claude Van Damm), 1995, Universal Pictures/Imperial Entertainment
What She Didn't Know (Valerie Bertinelli). 1987, NBC-TV Movie, aka For I Have Sinned
Lady Beware (Diane Lane) 1987, Scotti Brothers Pictures
The Kid Brother (Scott Easterday), 1987
Numerous Awards/Art(illustrations/website design/fashion design)/Ballroom Dancing/Musician
She enjoys writing, art, music, dance, movies, traveling and the beach and more and has traveled to and enjoyed all the states except Hawaii and Alaska and looks forward to seeing them also.
For a free issue of Marked by Magic, The Weaponry Witness and Sweet Tasty Stings please visit these links:
Marked by Magic
Sweet Tasty Stings
For illustrations visit http://www.geocities.com/writingroses/Illustrations.html
Dew of the Roses-Teardrops and Rose Petals (To be Signed Soon)
Dancing Waters April 2004
The Weaponry Witness (Onging Suspense Ezine) November, 2003
Sweet Tasty Stings (Ongoing Suspense Ezine) November, 2003
Marked by Magic (Ongoing Suspense Ezine) November, 2003
Orchid's Beach 1-4137-0277-5 Published 2003
A Time For Pink Roses - All My Life 1-59129-613-7 Published 2002
Sea of Rhythm 0-7951-5160-8 Published 2002
An Interview with Terésa (Tracey) Louise Stanisha
By Holly Hewson Marketing Director for The Romance Studio
HH: Terésa, your featured story is Marked by Magic. What can you tell us about it?
TS: Marked by Magic is very suspenseful. Of course there is a love interest growing between two of the characters. Lots of unusual things happen. When a girl is killed down by the creek behind their house it's up for grabs who killed her...
HH: What gave you the idea for this suspenseful story?
TS: That's a good question - how I got the idea for this story? I don't really know exactly the specifics, just it was there in my imagination and it came to life. The area of Blairsville, PA always remained in my memory for years since I was there. For whatever reason it did.
HH: It obviously takes a lot of planning to bring to life such a thrilling story. How do you go about it?
TS: I remembered the area of Blairsville, PA where the story takes place. That was the basis of the story. The land there and the rolling hills. The characters in the story, they just came out of my imagination. (Well, let's say there was a good guy who turned bad and then he gets his own.) But the area of Blairsville fueled the entire story. It was the land there, like I said. There was something about it...and the way it sometimes sends chills up your spine when your up there. Just a very different land....when I stood there and felt the chills it always stayed in my memory. Years later I thought it was the best place to base this novel in. Blairsville you're on the map now. You helped bring a story to life.
HH: What are your plans for the next five years?
TS: Planning the next five years is next to impossible. If I lay a plan it changes anyway. I have them. I'll keep them to myself for now and just enjoy whatever comes. (Can't give it all away. Part of life is being able to handle the unexpected.) I can and do. I know I love to write and hope that's always a part of my life.
HH: What can fans look forward to from Terésa (Tracey) Louise Stanisha?
TS: In 2005, Dew of the Roses and another old-fashioned romance novel (the title is to be released at a later date.) That's the near future and if all goes well plenty more in the coming years. I have 8 more completed novels that are being considered for publication...and well about 1,000,000 more ideas...