Christian Fiction Spotlight with Author Michelle L. Levigne

Confessions of a Lost Kid

Lost Kids: toddlers found on the outskirts of town. When no one claims them, they grow up at the Neighborlee Children’s Home. Some are adopted, some develop superpowers, and some vanish without explanation.

Lanie is a Lost Kid. She teams up with Kurt and Felicity, two other Lost Kids, to figure out what they are, and why they are. Mutants? Escaped genetic experiments? Alien visitors?  And if so, just how do they phone home?

As Lanie and her friends learn what they can do, and develop rules for their superpowers from reading comic books, they join the other guardians of Neighborlee. Sometimes they protect the magic, the weird and wonderful of Neighborlee from the world — and sometimes they have to protect the world from the mysteries and dangers of Neighborlee.

The adventures in Neighborlee, Ohio — magic, mystery, danger, humor, where science fiction and magic collide, and you’d think you’re visiting Eureka, Roswell, and Buffy’s Sunnyvale, with a side of Warehouse 13 thrown in.

Join Michelle at Monday’s All Things Present Christian Fiction Lovers FB Party at this link.

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About Tamera Lynn Kraft

Tamera Lynn Kraft has always loved adventures and writes Christian historical fiction set in America because there are so many adventures in American history. She is married to the love of her life, has two grown children, and lives in Akron, Ohio. Soldier’s Heart and A Christmas Promise are two of her historical novellas that have been published. She has received 2nd place in the NOCW contest, 3rd place TARA writer’s contest, and is a finalist in the Frasier Writing Contest.

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