The Library

This Library is an ever-expanding electronic record of Nina Soden’s published works. To read more about the book(s) you’re interested in, just click on the cover image, or the [LEARN MORE] link below the image. To purchase a copy, click on the [Buy it here].






OTHER BOOKS by Nina Soden

Mindfulness Workbook
Poetry Collection

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3 thoughts on “The Library

  1. From the opening scene to the final chapter, the characters in this book dive onto the page and demand your attention. Awaken’s heroine, Alee Moyer, comes into the world under a cloud of mystery and death defying odds. By the time she realizes what questions she must ask, she has answers that bring her questions that she can’t begin to comprehend.

    Alee is given to The Moyers’ by her great-grandmother after her birth, with an ominous declaration that if any harm comes to her, The Moyers will be killed. Within days they immediately realize her health is fragile. They spend the first years of her life seeking answers to why her life may end before she can even begin. Alee fights their overprotective ways as any normal child would, but even the Moyers’ can’t possibly know the myriad of ways in which Alee is both blessed and cursed.

    Nina Soden weaves a gripping, heart-wrenching story that takes you into a world of magic and mystery, and shows us all how our gifts and talents can take us to the depths of good and evil. If you think you’re rooting for Alee Moyer in Chapter One, just keep reading.


  2. Hmm it seems like your blog ate my first comment (it was extremely long) so I guess I’ll just sum it up what I wrote and say, I’m thoroughly enjoying your blog. I as well am an aspiring blog blogger but I’m still new to the whole thing. Do you have any tips for inexperienced blog writers? I’d definitely appreciate it.


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