Veronica Bale

MUSINGS, RAMBLINGS AND THE OTHER STUFF IN MY HEAD

CoverWelcome to the Indie Author Feature with Coffee Time Romance and More. This month, we’re showcasing N. N. Light’s novel, Princess of the Light.

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Princess of the Light

Gabriel, the Archangel and Messenger of God – yeah, that Gabriel – visits Mary Miller. He tells her, as the key, she is destined to spread the Light and vanquish the Darkness. Her first assignment is to restore the soul of the Walking Man. Sounds simple enough — until she’s thrown into the face of evil. And then, Joe Deacons enters her heart. This battle just got a lot more complicated. She must complete her mission without losing all she loves.

A note from the author:

HeadshotThree years ago, I was out for my morning walk and I saw a homeless man sitting in front of a gas station.  I looked at him, head uplifted to the sun, and wondered what his story was.  I hadn’t seen him before and knew instantly he was different from other homeless people.  He didn’t ask for money or hold up a sign.  He walked the length of our town and avoided contact.

A voice entered my head, “What if you could help him?  Would you?  What if you were chosen to help him and others like him?”

I stopped walking and searched my heart.  After a moment, I replied aloud, “Yes, I would.”

The voice echoed in my heart, “This is what you were called to do.”

I went home and started writing Princess of the Light.  Every day I would see the Walking Man and as Mary would help her Walking Man, I would help mine.  I started small by smiling at him and saying “good morning”.  The simple acknowledgement didn’t seem like a big deal to me but every time I did it, his face lit up and he nodded back to me.

I soon started leaving food, clothing and blankets for him. I promised myself that when my book got published, part of the proceeds would go to helping people like the Walking Man find food, clothing and shelter.

With only 7,500 books sold, I will be able to set up a monthly endowment for the local food bank. With your help (and the help of others like you), we will be able to feed the world’s children and end hunger!

Find N. N. Light on the web:

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8 thoughts on “The Indie Author Feature Presents: N. N. Light

  1. Awesome interview! Sharing on Twitter!

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    1. Thank you so much, Kylie! 🙂

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  2. Thank you for featuring me this month! 🙂

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  3. Reblogged this on Princess of the Light: Books, Writing and Inspiring Others and commented:
    I’m featured this month on Coffee Time Romance and More! If you haven’t grabbed a copy of Princess of the Light, now is the time to.

    Tweet to Win one of three copies of N. N. Light’s book:

    Tweet: sqz.co/e7X5QcD #Authors pls RT: NN Light is on the #CTRIAF today. RT for a chance to win her #ebook! #Contest #SelfPub #Writing

    🙂 MRS N

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  4. Kev says:

    Keep it rolling Mrs N! 😀

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  5. Muffy Wilson says:

    Wonderful calling being served by the sales of your wonderful book. I love the cover. T tweeted it out on both my accounts. I would love to do an author spotlight on you too on my blog. Email me if you’re interested: Muffy@MuffyWilson.com

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  6. Christy Alls Hodge says:

    Awesome I love giving back to the community also

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  7. I wish there were more people like you! I’d best get writing.

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