'Scattered' by Nola Lorraine - and my interview with her.
Updated: Feb 12
Nola Lorraine has written a wonderful debut novel called Scattered. It was a finalist in the 2021 Caleb Awards. Shortly after, she very kindly interviewed me for her author website. If you would like to find out more about Nola, her beautiful book or read how I answered her questions, click here.
Meanwhile, here is the blurb for Scattered and a link at the end to Amazon in case you'd like to read it.
To lose her family was unthinkable...
To find them will take a miracle.
While working in Europe, nineteen-year-old Maggie never dreamed that her family would be ripped apart and scattered across the sea, with her young brother and sister sent to Canada as part of the Home Children Migrant Scheme.
Desperation sends Maggie on a search from England to Canada, with a harrowing shipwreck leaving her stranded on Sable Island. Eventually arriving in Halifax, Maggie is devastated to discover the trail to find her sister and brother has gone cold.
An offer of help from industrialist Thaddeus Tharaday seems like an answer to prayer, but is the wealthy Tharaday her benefactor or nemesis?
With the help of a dashing newspaper reporter, Maggie begins to unravel the web of deceit surrounding her siblings' disappearance. However, the closer she gets to the truth, the more dangerous her quest becomes.
With lives on the line and the threat of everything she loves being torn away, can Maggie entrust the scattered pieces of her heart to the one who will never leave?
Set in Victorian-era Nova Scotia, Scattered weaves together elements of mystery, adventure, faith, and romance to take readers on a journey of hope and courage that will resonate with their hearts today.
If you'd like to read Scattered click here!