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For this Q & A I asked Stacy if she wouldn't mind do the Coffee Break questions, seeing how we just started the 4th season of that show.  this by no means doesn't mean you won;'t get include insight , quite the contrary. Stacy is as close to a super hero as you get in this world and the way she looks at things is amazing. 

​Stacy Overby works as a substance abuse counselor for teenage boys by day and a writer by night.  Her day job provides inspiration for a number of her stories.  Her favorite writing genres range from high fantasy to dark urban fantasy, and an occasional speculative fiction or science fiction piece thrown in.  When not at work or writing, she is playing with her son, hiking, camping, or involved in other outdoor activities – as long as it is not too cold.

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    Coming into discovering what you have a passion for as an Indie Artist, name 1 thing you found that you absolutely loved that you never thought you would about being an indie artist?
    I started off writing way back in elementary school. Writing was my art because I was not very good with drawing and painting and such. Fast forward more years than I'd like to admit some days and I got connected with the wonderful people over at Our Write Side. My intention in working with them was to be involved in the publishing end. I wanted to learn that process. However, one thing led to another and I started taking up some of the smaller graphic design projects for them. I ended up falling in love with graphic design, which surprised me. Coming from a place of not really doing much art beyond photography, I had not expected to love the graphic design piece of being an indie artist as much as I do.
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    Offer 1 element of your story you think people should pay more attention to than they already do?
    I would say the book to really look at for this is my poetry collection, Scath Oran: Poetry from the Otherworld. Yes, it's a poetry collection, but there's an underlying story there I think can get lost if the focus is too much on the poetry itself. In everything I write, I try to build in extra layers beyond a fun story. See what you can find!
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    Fortunate and luck come into play a lot in artist's lives but name 1 thing as an artist that you feel fortunate and luck have nothing to do with in terms of being successful.
    I would say the tolerance for rejection and determination to keep going. I grew up in a military family, which taught me to keep going, to do my best all the time every time. It also taught me there will always be someone out there smarter, better, more talented, whatever. What will set me apart is the work I put into my talent and ability. Between these, I've learned to accept rejections with a reasonable degree of peace, though they do still hurt. But, I've also learned I need to just keep going if I'm going to achieve my dreams.
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    Fearing failure or fearing success, fear is an artist's most prominent fights, give 1 way in which you fight off self doubt or prepare yourself for self stardom.
    Oh my. My self doubt demon is never far out of hearing. However, my son is a huge support for me and he doesn't even know it. He's six years old and I am trying to teach him to be strong and believe in himself so he doesn't have the same issues with self doubt I've struggled with off and on most of my life. So, I remind myself I need to show him how to be strong and confident. He'll never be able to do it if I don't help teach him how to do it. That gets me through most things.
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    Everyone starts off a fan, some of us get lucky to meet or fulfill our fandoms. What has being a fan taught you or given you to think about how you might be when a fan approaches you?
    It's taught me that I'm still a fan. I might be an author, but I still have my fangirl moments with other authors and famous people. So, when someone has that moment with me (I'm still waiting for it to happen...), I need to remember how it feels and respect that moment they are having, just as I hope others will treat me when I'm wearing the fan shoes.
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