Indie-Authors, Poets, & Book Lovers

Welcome! This site is for all indie-authors, poets, bloggers, and short story writers of the Writing Community. We also host traditional writers from North Carolina and throughout our local writing community. Visitors may submit their most recent work for consideration to be part of our blog and a chance to share it with podcast listeners. What's your story?

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Author & Podcaster Stacy Hawks

Since early 2019, The Writing Wall has been known for being a source of support for indie writers & authors. It is the vision of giving back to both local and online writing communities that drive The Writing Wall founder.

Meet Stacy Hawks, a resident of North Carolina & the author of Dividing Ridge: The Unsolved Murder of Elva Brannock. 

A graduate of Brevard College & Liberty University Stacy is an Author in Residence for Appalachian Memory Keepers (AMK) where she shares in her first love. The history of Appalachia. It is here Stacy has drawn much of her inspiration for her third poetry book, Inked in Blue, now available on Amazon. 

Stacy is also a member of Alleghany Writers and will be hosting their Hooked on Books series from January until May 2021. To learn more visit the Dividing Ridge Books website link below.

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