Hi, my name is Stacy Jewel Ayiers. I have three children and was married for 14 years prior to my husband’s passing. I am remarried to a wonderful, inspiring man. My dream of writing personal and news worthy stories started when I was in 5th grade. I am inspired to write books based on life experiences that have changed me. I reside in Arizona and love to travel and enjoy life. My hobbies are shopping, writing (of course) reading and spending time with my family. I enjoy a great scary movie, HGTV or cold case show. I am an Arizona State University graduate. My goal is to leave a legacy behind for my children and create stories that empower, change and inspire others. 


The Elevator Ride is a life-inspiring book that has many real life situations that everyone has been exposed to. This book is inspired by the author’s life history and marriage. Dealing with friends, family and a career path is more than enough for one person to deal with. Now, throw in a cheating husband, ex-girlfriend, secret lover and sister-n-law that you can’t seem to get along with now you’re really dealing with some drama. Life brings change and you have to deal with what comes your way. You can’t trust who you think you can trust and you can’t be afraid to move on in life. Life is what you make of it.

Publication Date: July 2007


Every group of ladies has their dearest friends with whom they will die for. Along with those friends are the husbands they have grown to love. This book tracks the lives of four married women and their testimonies between baby mama dramas, sexuality issues, trust, honesty,  cheating, bills, family sacrifices and career choices. As they go on a journey to find them selves and each other they realize what they have to do to grow from girls to women. Jazzy is Hispanic, a lawyer and married to Sean a therapist. Mona is black, owns a salon and is married to Tre a famous basketball player. Cassy is white, owns a bakery and is married to Damion, who is black. The lady telling the story is Coco, who works for a lawyers office and is married to Ramon who is Hispanic and works for a car dealership.

Publication Date: January 2, 2013


Poems bring out feelings and characteristics you want to get across quickly. This book of poems is an emotional journey of expressions that helped heal my soul.


“To be triumphant one must know where you’re coming from and where you want to go and never let anyone keep your story from being told” Stacy Ayiers

Publication Date: September 9, 2015


After years of failures, successes, trials, tribulations, deaths, rewards and survival tactics anyone can cast doubt about ever fulfilling their life's purpose. Loosing a soul mate, brother and trying to build an empire can create a battle within. Then one day you wake up as a fiancé and have to decide what path in life you're going to take. Will you let the past go and live in the present for the future or will you take the elevator back down to ground level and decide nothing is worth living without your lost love. Is it possible to head to the penthouse when you feel like you belong in the basement? 

Publication Date: May 14th, 2020

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About Me

Writing has always been my gift. I graduated from Arizona State University in 2010 with a bachelor’s in mass communication and journalism and in 2013 with a master’s degree in criminal justice. I've written four books, blog post and numerous articles for magazines and newspapers.  My blog post are created to inspire, motivate and encourage others to remain true to their heart and go after their dreams. 

"When writing the story of your life, don't let anyone else hold the pen," Harley Davidson


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