Moon Ate the Dark Challenge: Heidi Stauff/Celestial Beings

About Heidi Stauff

Ultimately ending up in Atlanta, Heidi's creative impulses followed many paths. She delivered middle-class, white-girl, angst to tens and twenties of Generation-Xers through the now defunct rock-band, Belljar. She designed hundreds of dresses for Disney-bound little girls. She birthed two babies she now homeschools, lost and then found her faith again, and writes about all of it in her free time: which is usually after midnight with a glass or three of wine.
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5 Responses to Moon Ate the Dark Challenge: Heidi Stauff/Celestial Beings

  1. This piece was absolutely incredible.

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  2. Wow. Awesome. Even though I read the Brave And Reckless posting of it, I can’t tell enough how much I enjoyed it. Since you like the idea of writing pop songs with Contemporary Christian lyrics, you really should check out the band ApologetiX. The’ve been one of my all-time favorite bands for good reason. It’s often almost impossible to tell the difference between their song and the original song if you don’t listen closely to the lyrics. Thanks again for writing such a beautiful story!


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