A Review of Lucette Nel’s ‘A Widow’s Captive’

The Widow’s Captive is an adorable story about a woman on the run with two kids in tow. Not to mention the bun cooking in the oven. Someone’s after her, and the weather outside is frightful. It’s no wonder she takes refuge in an ‘abandoned’ cabin. When the unsuspecting sheriff arrives, Adeline Spencer gives him […]

Interview with ‘The Widow’s Captive’ author, Lucy Nel

  What are some of your favorite books and/or authors? Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers. And everything Tamera Alexander and Karen Witemeyer writes. Do you ever read outside of your genre? I do, but not as often as I’d like to. I am a romantic at heart, so I prefer a story with a strong romantic theme. […]

Dear Young and Aspiring Author

Ever wished you could go back in time and share something with the younger you? This month we decided to share some wisdom we’ve gained since writing that first chapter, things we’ve learned since our ‘decision’ to become writers. Read Robin’s inspiring blog here if you’ve missed it. I scribbled my first ever story in […]

Floating Body Parts

Did that cause a shiver to run down your spine? If your imagination is anything like mine, gruesome images of severed hands or feet floating in the air probably exploded in your mind at a title like that. Relax. Take a deep breath.  Have a cup of Joe. No gore today, folks. The floating body […]

Stories That Impacted My Life

It’s my turn to share with you which stories have impacted my life. You can look up Robin’s and Jebraun’s if you missed them. I do believe something very magical can happen when you read a good book – J.K. Rowling Like every author or aspiring author will tell you, I like to read. And though I have […]

Just Pause

Has anyone else ever wished to hit the pause button on life?   Usually I don’t. I find myself waiting and longing too often for stuff I want and don’t have. Things of the future. Perhaps I have more pessimistic tendencies than I’d like to admit. Sometimes, I just wait for my life to wiz […]