'Men from Cribaar' is Released
In Linda Schell Moats' new fiction "Men from Cribaar" (published by iUniverse), main character Angie and 300 other captured women discover a perfect world that changes their lives forever.
When Angie is kidnapped from a shopping mall and brought into a distant world by her captor, Miim, she wonders what life will be like after the jarring event. But when she is returned to Earth, she finds difficulty coping with the questions and concerns of her family and friends.
An excerpt from "Men from Cribaar":
"All the buildings were round and everything was white, even the hills behind the buildings were white. I saw rails above buildings that looked like monorails in a theme park. I could see strange looking cars moving on them and I could not grasp the things I saw. I felt my knees buckle under me and Miim grabbed me up in his arms and gently laid me down on the large circular bed. 'This looks like something out of a movie. I keep thinking I'm in a bad dream.'"
About the Author
Linda Schell Moats lives in Romney, WV. Her family moved to Florida where her husband, Fred, worked for Cape Canaveral. She stayed in Florida for 30 years, where she became a volunteer for an elementary school and later became an assistant for special-needs students for 12 years. During that time, she went on two overseas mission trips with Shield of Faith Missions. Moats now is retired, with three grandchildren and two step-grandchildren.
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