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Stephanie Giese

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About the Author

Stephanie Giese is an indie author and freelance writer. She lives in an overflowing house in Tampa, Florida with her husband, five teenagers, her mom, and one very naughty beagle. 

Steph started her career as an elementary school teacher, then transitioned to writing for local and national publications, as well as on her personal blog, Binkies and Briefcases. She now writes for adults, but as an educator and foster/adoptive mom, Steph is especially sensitive to childhood trauma. All of her independently published books are beta read by psychologists and social workers prior to release. Her writing has also appeared in newspapers, magazines, and three humor anthologies, including the New York Times best-selling I Just Want to Pee Alone. In 2021, she worked in collaboration with her oldest son, Nicholas, on the memoir All I Never Knowed: Mental Illness, A Mother's Love, and a Broken System.

After a fifteen-year career creating parenting content and working as a disability advocate, Steph decided to move in a brand-new direction and embrace her true joy: romance novels. Her debut small town baseball romance, Out of Left Field, is set for release in 2025. 





Coming Up


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Out of Left Field

Sometimes the best things in life pop up out of nowhere.


I’m not looking for a man, let alone a baseball player. Definitely not a minor leaguer who doesn’t even know how to pick a steamed crab. This is North Bay. Baseball and crabbing are a way of life. This town is in my blood, it’s where I belong. Mike Miller showed up with his big dreams of signing with a better team, and he already has one foot out the door. I don’t want a man who won’t stay. I’ve had enough of those. So, why can’t I get him out of my head?



I need to keep my head in the game and my butt out of trouble, but I can’t seem to do either of those things around her. There’s too much riding on this season, I can’t afford to be held back. But Danielle makes me feel like I am worth something, and North Bay is starting to feel like home. Those are things I haven’t had for a long time. Too bad I’m not the kind of guy who deserves them.

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