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Hello and Welcome to my Website

I'm glad you stopped by for a visit.

I've just self-published my first book, Kondi's Quest. I wrote Kondi's Quest out of my love for Africa that developed during the many years I lived there. I first went to Africa as a young girl in 1946 when my parents served in the (then) Belgian Congo.  Later, in 1971, my husband and I spent 21 years as missionaries in Malawi and 11 years in Ethiopia.

For many years, I've written mostly articles and devotionals. I began Kondi's Quest in 1987, but because missionary work was my main work, it developed slowly. It took 24 years to finish Kondi's Quest and prepare it for publication. I'm delighted to have Kondi's Quest release as my first pre-teen's novel in the Mysteries in Malawi series.

You can read more about me here.

On my blog I discuss everything from poetry to fiction to personal spiritual development. I hope you'll drop by often and leave a comment to let me know you what you think.

To the right, you can click to friend me on Facebook. I'm on Facebook often and I would love to hear from you!

God bless you on your reading journey.

7 comments:

Marlene Anderson said...

I really enjoyed your Writer's Coach presentation at Monday's meeting. Excellent examples that are very applicable.

kibremidir Lisanework said...

Hi sylvia,

Greetings from Ethiopia,
How could I get your books!

Best Regards,

Sylvia said...

All my books are sold through Amazon.com. Here's the link to my author page. All my books are listed there: http://www.amazon.com/Sylvia-Stewart/e/B005I6LOU6/ref=sr_tc_2_0?qid=1466634061&sr=1-2-ent

April C. said...

I really enjoyed reading Seattle Rayne, and am curious on when Montana Skye will be coming out?

Sylvia said...

April C.: I'm working on Montana Skye now. I hope to have it ready to release in April. That will be a stretch for me, though. I'm delighted that you enjoyed Seattle Rayne.

Linda Yezak said...

What a great website! Can't believe I didn't know about it earlier.

Sylvia said...

April C., here's the link for Wonderland Wishes: amzn.to/2xqbORH

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