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Once a month I will be sharing and supporting other writers. This month I would like to introduce Stephanie!

Let's show her some love!



A Past She Can’t Deny by Stephanie Barrington, on Amazon/kindle


This is a Christian book including two stories about receiving salvation and the need for it. Richard and Emma have a hard life until they find God. Caleb and Malachi know the need to save lives and sometimes that involves the sword (Bible) and not just physical abilities.

My name is Stephanie Barrington. I have two children that I homeschool, Malachi and Caleb Barrington. I try to write books that people want to read and that will benefit them. I have written a memoir in the past called, My Unexpected Life Now and this last book, A Past She Can’t Deny-two stories about salvation. This book is available in print and e-book. The e-book is .99 and the print book is $8.99. I pray you enjoy what you read if you get it.

I will have another book coming out the summer of 2021. It is called, The Gift Of Today. Prayers go to each of my customers. On my Amazon author page please leave your e-mail and story ideas. What peaks your interest?

My writing is all Christ centered. I write a lot of poetry and if that interests you, let me know. Thank you for taking the time to read this and I pray you will read my books as well. God Bless!




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