Princess of the Light by N. N. Light


Title: Princess of the Light

Author: N. N. Light


Gabriel, the Archangel and Messenger of God – yeah that Gabriel, visited Mary Miller. He told her, as the key she is destined to spread the Light and vanquish the Darkness. Her first assignment is to restore the soul the Walking Man. Sounds simple enough until she’s thrown in 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.

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N. N. Light was born in Minnesota, lived in Southern California only to move to chilly Ontario, Canada to marry her beloved husband MR N. She is blissfully happy and loves all things chocolate, books, music, movies, art, sports and baking. Most of the time you can find her on Twitter or getting new ideas on how to spread the Light on Pinterest.

Part of the proceeds of Princess of the Light will go directly to food banks in order to feed the hungry and help those in need. With only 7,500 books sold, N. N. Light will be able to set up a monthly endowment for the local food bank.

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PRINCESS OF THE LIGHT Guest Post: Writing Inspirational Without Sounding Preachy #ASMSG #INSPY #IAN1


I’m so excited to be a guest blogger on Heidi’s awesome blog today! Writing inspirational stories can be tricky to master and I talk about it on her blog. Come on over and check it out:

What did you think? You know how I love to hear your thoughts! If you were inspired by my post, please share using the buttons below. I’m so grateful for all the support!

Have a fantastic day!

MRS N aka N. N. Light

Keep Hope Alive #inspirationalthought #depression #spiritual

keep hope alive

Are you feeling down? Feel like your life couldn’t get any worse? Lost hope?

I can relate and so can my friend (we’ll call her Lisa). Lisa is going through a really bad time right now. Everything is piling up and she feels like it can’t get any worse. All she wants to do is lie in bed and pull the covers up over her head.

We can all relate to her. Everyone has gone through bad times. The key is to never give up hope.

“Situations can change overnight and problems can dissolve in the light of a new day’s sun.”

Leon Brown sure got that right. Thirteen years ago, I thought I had lost all hope and was in the darkest depression of my life. All I wanted to do is escape my life.

I had a dream and in that dream, I was walking in a beautiful garden. I inhaled the smells and smiled. I felt such peace in my heart. A voice called my name and I turned to see a man with dark brown hair smiling.

“Daughter, I know it seems like I have forgotten you. I haven’t. I have been carrying you through the darkness to this beautiful place.”

I ran into his arms and hugged him. It was my father, my protector.

I looked into his eyes.

“How do I make it through? My life is over.”

He shook his head.

“No, it is just beginning. Soon you will meet the man who will be your husband and he will help you become the woman you were born to be. You have to just hold on and cling to hope.”

I woke up and for the first time in a long time smiled. Cling to hope.

It was a long journey and it was difficult. I climbed out of my depression and no matter what happened, I never gave up hope.

Life is full of ups and downs. When you are in the valley and not thinking you can handle anything else going wrong, cling to hope. It’s got to get better and it will. That is hope’s promise.

:-) MRS N :-)

Writing Wednesday Workshop: Write Fearlessly #AmWriting #WritingTips

Write without fear

I have read several articles recently about writers who are running scared. With various political groups and governments around the world clamping down on free speech and censoring writers, it is understandable why fellow writers are scared and unsure what to do.

My opinion is that I was born to write and to tell my stories. Writing about spiritual warfare, homelessness and hunger are not very popular topics. Throw in spirituality and it makes some people nervous. Did it stop me? NO! Why? I am a storyteller.

From the beginning of time, there have been storytellers, people who orally shared history and beliefs with others. I imagine it started with the cave dwellers. From there, we see history being told and retold. Homer did it in the Greek Empire. All religious writings have first started with storytellers. History as we know it today is a result of many storytellers writing down what they witnessed.

They were fearless in their writing and they have a message for us writers today:

Write it all down, no matter how frightened you may feel. You have a unique story to tell.

Do you have a story to tell but are scared to tell it? Write it down. Get it out of you and onto paper. Then you have choices on how to share your story (publishing comes later). The worst thing you can do is to keep it bottled up inside.

Write fearlessly. You’re a storyteller like some of the great ones from history (Harriet Beecher Stowe, Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Homer, Mark Twain, Erich Maria Remarque, George Orwell, Geoffrey Chaucer, Anne Frank and many others).

Here is today’s writing exercise:

-Paying attention to world events, what disturbs you? Is there something that makes your blood boil and you wonder why nothing has been done about it? Write it down.


-In your corner of the world, what do you fear? What makes your stomach churn? Write it down.


-What have you been wanting to speak up about but have been afraid? Write it down.


-Injustices are all around you. If you could write a story highlighting one, what would it be?


When you are done writing, ponder your answers. Take a day or several to think about it. I know you will be surprised by your answers. Those answers are all story ideas burning in your soul.

Take those thoughts and write your story. Be the storyteller you were meant to be!!!

I know you can do it and together we will be a band of storytellers!

Until next time,

MRS N aka N. N. Light

R-E-S-P-E-C-T #inspirationalthought #kindness


I was looking at the news this morning and came across this interesting story. Women are being street harassed by men aka cat calls. It’s a serious issue and really brings respect to the forefront. If these men respected women for who they are and what they stood for, I don’t think they would behave in such a way.


Has this character trait  disappeared from our society?

“We will not agree with everyone, but we should most definitely respect one another. Respect is essential in all forms of communication.”

The world is filled with people and chances are, I don’t agree with most of them. But I respect their opinion and their circumstances. The world we live in is not black and white. There is no right or wrong just various opinions.

I respect everyone, especially those I don’t agree with.

Remember to always show respect and kindness to others, even your enemy. I follow the golden rule and treat other how I would like to be treated, no matter what.

Show respect.


This is Going to be Your Day!!! #inspirationalthought #bepositivehour

Clean Slate

Did you wake up this morning with a smile on your face, excited to see what will happen?

Today is a brand new day! Every morning is a clean slate and the world is full of possibilities.

Read this wonderful quote and take it to heart. You, and only you, have the ability to change, to be the person you crave to be. You only have to decide that today is the day!

“This is going to be my day”!

For me, I am going to let go of the past and focus on the present. I choose to be happy and no one can change that! :-)


The Super Secret Trick To Improving Your #Writing #WritingTips #AmReading



Want to know the super duper secret to writing captivating stories? Psst, it’s reading. Reading books, both good and bad, is the easiest way to improve your writing.

Read the quote above and let it sink in.

“Just like a carpenter who works as an apprentice and studies the master.”

Who are some of your favorite authors? Some of mine include Ernest Hemingway, Agatha Christie, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Dan Brown, Jude Deveraux, Jane Austen and even Stephen King. Each of these authors has mastered the art of storytelling in their own way. I can’t tell you how often I have gone back to re-read their stories searching for answers to my writing questions.

I have a confession to make. I am suffering from an immense case of writer’s block. I have tried to work through it but I only write crap. I have shelved my WIP (work in progress) for the moment and have buried my nose in as many books as I can. Writer's Block

I am following Joyce Carol Oates’ advice and giving my muse time to percolate the ideas. This is something really difficult for me to deal with because I struggle with patience. But if being a writer has taught me anything, it is to be patient.

Back to the topic at hand: reading. I love to read, always have, and I am filling my brain with words. I am reading Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple, a mystical mystery short stories collection and Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol (yes, I’m in the mood for Christmas already). :-) I am learning new things about storytelling as well as being engrossed in a great story. It is what I need most right now and I highly recommend it for all writers.

So, here is my question for the day: When you are struggling with a WIP or writing in general, which author/writer do you turn to and why? I want to hear your thoughts! :-)

I remain your fellow writer and reader,

MRS N aka N. N. Light

Every Moment is Special so Live Excitedly #Inspirationalthought

Live excitedly

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Are you waiting for life to happen? Do you longingly look to the future and wonder when your life ids going to get better?


Life is all around you and every moment is a treasure!!!

Don’t hold back and live with every ounce of yourself! Life is short and you only have a limited time to love.

Seize the day and start living the adventure you were meant to!!!


Going Up?

MRS N, the Author:

A great story about kindness and helping others, no matter who you are! #kindness

Originally posted on Storyshucker:

This morning I saw a young guy have difficulty getting on the elevator. His overloaded cart stubbornly refused to make it through the door. I grabbed one end and helped him push it through the doors and onto the elevator. He thanked me, a random stranger to him, and we went our separate ways. He needed help. I helped. The end.

The flashback made me reel.

Almost thirty years ago I pushed a similar cart onto an elevator at my first job – or attempted to. I had difficulty with my cart until a random stranger helped me out.

When I got my first job at A.H. Robins in my hometown of Richmond, Virginia, family and friends alike applauded. How lucky I was, they said, to have been hired by the pharmaceutical company owned by such a well-known and respected Richmond family. They were correct.

I had friends and family…

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***Romancing Christmas Cover Reveal***

***I love Christmas and I am so excited to present this awesome boxed set! Isn’t the cover dreamy? It makes me want to snuggle with MR N! If you love Christmas and romance, you have to get this box set! MRS N***

Romancing Christmas: 10 Love Stories to Spice up the Holidays
Multi-author boxed set
Release Date: November 3, 2014
Genre: Holiday Romance

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Do you like your Christmas nice…or a little naughty? Bring the season into your heart with love stories to match your mood. This boxed set from 10 of today’s hottest romance authors will warm your heart even on the coldest night.

Just 99 Cents for a limited time!



Join the ROMANCING CHRISTMAS authors for their LAUNCH DAY PARTY! The authors and a slew of their sassy friends will be celebrating the release, November 3rd, 4th, and 5th, 10:30 AM to 10:30 PM (EASTERN TIME).

Prizes Galore, Q&A, Authors, Readers, Books, and FUN! So what are you waiting for? Come join us and have a blast!

~~Novellas included in set~~
USA Today Bestselling Author Dale Mayer ~ Broken Protocols 3.5 
Award-winning author H.D. Thomson ~ Shades of Holly
Chantel Rhondeau ~ Season For Love
Award-winning author Leslie Lynch ~ Christmas Hope
Award-winning author Sandy Loyd A Christmas Miracle

Barbara Lohr ~ The Salty Carmel Christmas Website:
Marcia JamesHeating Up the Holidays
Carolyn Hughey ~ Insanity Claus  

Tallulah Grace ~ A Family for Christmas Website:

Rachelle Ayala A Father for Christmas

#Fatigue: An Enemy of Us All and How to Combat It #Stresstips


I woke up feeling fatigued and exhausted. My right leg cramped and pain rocked my body. What a way to wake up, eh?

I’m exhausted. My body is screaming for a break and I have no choice but to listen.

“You’ve got to keep yourself in prime physical condition, because fatigue makes cowards of us all.” Vince Lombardi

One of the ways I battle fatigue is to go for a walk. The fresh air rejuvenates my lungs and cleanses my soul. The music I listen to is filled with happy beats and lyrics.

Are you feeling fatigued and/or burned out?

Listen to your body and do something to refresh yourself. I strongly recommend going for a walk or exercise. Empty your mind of all the to-do’s and stressors. Release it all and be in the moment.

Another recommendation is meditation/prayer. Be one with yourself and your spirituality. Let peace fill your body with every breath.

Our body knows what we need and when it is fatigued it is telling us it needs a check-up STAT! :)

Don’t ignore the symptoms but combat fatigue head-on! You’ll be feeling great in no time!

What do you do to deal with exhaustion and fatigue? Any tips to share would be much appreciated!