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About the Author

Staci Morrison spent the first 30 years of her career in international business, before turning to writing. Like any author, she made several attempts over the years, but it took time, life of experience, and study to get her to a point where she wrote something worth reading.

In October of 2017, she started the Millennium Series. Four years later, there are nine complete novels and more to come.

Staci has been married for 25 years and has an adult son.  An avid reader, gardener, and a great cook, she tells great stories, laughs loudly and often, and swears more than she should.

Inspirations

It takes courage to break the rules, in the end inspiration came from several of my favorite authors who all broke boundaries:

Frank Peretti, “This Present Darkness” changed everything in Christian Fiction, it also changed my life.

Diana Gabaldon, wrote “Outlander” with no rules and no genre.  She inspired me to tell the story as it happened, not as I wanted it to be.

Susan Elizabeth Phillips, gave me the courage to have fun, to be light and sexy and enjoy the story.

Dr. Michael Heiser, “The Unseen Realm“, is ground breaking.  The elohim have quite a future ahead of them.

John and Stasi Eldredge, my “Captive Heart” was truly inspired to tackle this “Epic”.

For the late Jack Kelley, my debt to you is limitless.  Your work inspired, taught, and sent me down a rabbit hole of research and revelation where Millennium was conceived.

For Laura Kinsale, the final inspiration, your work is the most fearless of all; mixing romance with the struggles of faith, this book would not exist without “Flowers from the Storm” and “Shadowheart“.

Go Big or Go Home

The Millennium Series is not typical in subject matter, style or structure. Ambitious and innovative, the story unfolds in short scenes and vignettes, revealing the world in vivid clarity. Written from multiple character points of view, the reader is drawn into the action. This unique structure allows the reader to become part of the scene, to see the action from all the character’s perspectives, not just one or two. It opens the world in a masterful way, and in the process, breaks a lot of rules. Good.