Nan's JourneyElaine Littau / Romance & Love / Western
Nan’s Heritage Series
by Elaine Littau
Elaine has written the story Nan's Journey from the very core of her being. She is a passionate woman. Her love for God, her family, her friends, the way she speaks, the way she writes is all done with passion. God has blessed her and has allowed her to share one of her many talents with the world when she wrote Nan’s Journey.
Elaine is one of the most thoughtful people I've ever known. In addition, she's creative and outright fun! I'm not at all surprised that she's also a successful author!
Chris Samples Broadcasting, Inc.
Having pastored fifteen years, and as a lover of Christian fiction for over thirty years, it has been a joy to read the very moving story of Mrs. Littau's Nan. I look forward to her future work and to the resolution of Nan's Journey.
R. Scott Barton
Senior Pastor of Harvest Time First Assembly of God Church.
This intriguing story drew me in from the very beginning. I ‘became’ Nan trying to escape from a painful life. Nan’s Journey was full of excitement and hope for the future.
Through Elaine’s talent and imagination she has utilized her creative nature in this book. Nan will capture yur heart as her life unfolds through sorrows and joys. Nan learns to love, forgive, and trust God through unpredictable twists and turns. This is a book I could not put down! I can’t wait for the sequel.
Other Titles by Elaine Littau
Nan’s Heritage Series:
Book I - Nan’s Journey
Book II- Elk’s Resolve
Book III- Luke’s Legacy
Book IV- The Eyes of a Stranger
Book V - Timothy’s Home
Rescued, A Series of Hope:
Book I- Some Happy Day
Book II- Capture the
Walk Slowly Through the Dark
Copyright 2012 by Elaine Littau. All rights reserved.
No part of the publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any way by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopy, recording or otherwise with the prior permission of the author except as provided by USA copyright law.
All Scripture quotations are taken from the Holy Bible, King James Version, Cambridge, 1769. Used by permission. All rights reserved.
This novel in a work of fiction, Names, descriptions, entities and incidents in the story are products of the author’s imagination. Any resemblance to actual persons, events, and entities is entirely coincidental.
This book is dedicated to my husband, Terry
Sons: Stephen, Marlin, and Michael
Daughters-in-law: Aimee, Cari, and April
Grandchildren: Devon, Zach, Sierra, Maci, and Elijah
Siblings: Donna, Geraldine, Wanda, Maynard, and Jim.
My mother and daddy had six children. I happen to be number six. When I came along my siblings were either teenagers or in their twenties. By the time I became a teenager my parents had retired.
My growing up years were flavored with many stories from my parents of “old times”. They told of how both of them moved from place to place in covered wagons. My grandparents were real pioneers, blacksmiths, and homesteaders. They travelled in Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Colorado in the covered wagons.
Westerns played on the television every evening as I did homework and books by Grace Livingston Hill, Zane Grey, and Louis L’Amour made up the majority of my entertainment selections. All of this was the basis of an appreciation of by-gone days. Today I can imagine myself bumping along on a wagon seat or gathering cow chips. Mother and Daddy are gone now, but the stories live on.