About Me

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I came the long way round

The Eleventh Doctor Who – and me

By normal standards, I have arrived late at every milestone and phase of my life with the exception of becoming a wife and mother at eighteen and nineteen and retiring at sixty-six. In my personal development, the same is true. In my late seventies now, I have made it to a good place. Coasting out of songwriting, or attempting, and into book writing is challenging.

For this blog, my philosophy is project what you want to be as if it is in the now, so I have claimed several titles that others have given me although some are stretch goals. Build it and they will come; that’s my hope.

It all started with Stephanie

Garth Brooks

Stephanie C Brown

Current Passions

  • Being with family
  • Writing – books and songs, still
  • Being a creative catalyst for others – especially those younger than I
  • Planting flowers from seeds
  • Photographing flowers and birds
  • Quilting
  • Attempting to keep up with technology and social media trends

Past Highlights – not in strict chronology order because I bounced around from one to another and back again

  • English and English as a Second Language teacher and instructor
  • Songwriter from the seventies to now
  • Music publisher in the eighties and nineties
  • Book writer – books (four rough drafts but noting totally edited and published
  • Poet – first published in high school
  • Master Gardener

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4 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Hi Stephanie, pray all is well in your world! I seem to remember being a small part of the 80’s-90’s section of your life.
    Retiring a few years ago allowed me to actually sit back with a cup of coffee and look back a bit, not everything was pretty, lots of bumps n bruises, but brought me to who, what and where I am now. Thank you for being a positive influence on that past, and for being a friend all those years ago. I pray God will bless you mightily old friend. ~Doni
  2. Stephanie, you are amazing! I look forward to reading one of your books! Maybe all of them!!! You were so good to me in a troubled time in my life. Thank you. I’m in a nursing home now. In Dickson, TN. 76 years old. You had the greatest smile always! An uncanny drive in your life to pursue your music career! A former tenant. And friend, Virginia Elam Redmond Gamble. Virginiagamble251@gmail.com
  3. Hi, Stephanie! I see you virtually in the WFWA writer’s groups – usually the first one of the day on Mondays and Tuesdays. I stumbled here via a blog post by another writer in the group and just wanted to say I read your poem on depression from November and I feel you. 🙁 You’re an inspiration in the group!! Renee Horton

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