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Award-winning author Melanie Stevenson

Welcome! I’m so glad you’re here!

It’s my passion to encourage others in their faith journey through writing and speaking. I’m likewise inspired by my family, friends, and you—my fellow sojourners—as we walk through this life together. It’s my hope that the words among these pages will be a friendly hug to fill your soul and buoy your spirit.

Stay a while, pour some tea, and browse through my blogs. Visit often and make yourself at home. Most of all, feel refreshed and blessed in the things of the Lord.

~ Melanie xo



Released September 17th, 2019: One More Tomorrow

Winner of the 2020 Word Guild Award for Best Romance

One woman finds herself bound to a past she cannot forget. Another, driven by past choices she can neither change nor accept. One More Tomorrow explores how carrying hurt, regret, and holding on to our perfect ideas of love, can blind us to the true love that is right before our eyes.

“I’m thrilled to publish One More Tomorrow, the first lines of which were begun over seventeen years ago in an airport terminal. Its pages tackle themes of trust, redemption, love, loss, and letting go. My sincere hope is that those into whose hands it may fall, will not only enjoy this story of faith but find hope and encouragement in their journey.” ~ Melanie Stevenson

Released November 12th, 2019: Soul Focus – Trials

Insightful and thought-provoking, Soul Focus offers daily, life-giving encouragement as you face hardship, or tackle the healing process afterward, to remind you that you’re not alone. Journaling pages are included throughout to record personal inspirations and reflections on the path to healing and hope.


Keep Creating. Don’t Stop Doing Your Brave Thing.

Writing can be a rather solitary occupation, and mostly, that has suited me quite well. Events like writer’s conferences, meetings, and retreats have been a stretch for me because they nudge me out of my introverted cave. Remarkably, four times in the past four months, I’ve gathered with Canadian authors at various writing retreats. It’s …


When Spring came this year, and with it a vastly different way of living, we were reminded of the beauty of simplicity and rest. Being forced to slow down offered us a chance to take inventory of the important and the superfluous. We learned that it’s often the little or commonplace things that usher in …