Our world will never be the same again!
Are you ready?
Will we who believe be able to stand in the face of the intense hatred breaking over us?
Ephesians 6:13 — Therefore take up the whole armor of God, that you may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand. (NKJV)
Is an assassin still intent on killing Rose? How will the Watchmen respond to the over-reach of government into peoples’ lives? Is this the steady lead-up to the 7 years of Tribulation?
Could it come so quickly?
Incursion Series Book 5
Rule of Tolerance
Reader Catrina Fallen wrote: Ms. Moffett, I have recently read, or should I say devoured your book series the Woodbridge trilogy. I am a recovering addict who quit running from God and have been sober almost 7 years now. Enough about me, these books are just wonderful.
Ms. Fallen added: I admire how you chose to reveal Gods mercy, presence and goodness with Mrs. Walker’s story especially. Very few authors make me want to contact them and leave a review, but these books touched me on a spiritual level.
I laughed, I cried, I cringed, and at her rape almost put the book down I felt so bad for her. I’m glad I pressed on.
I wish we had more authors who chose to reveal how God may not make the way always easy but will be there every step while we are learning about ourselves and being tried. I read many, many books, but these touched me.
I pray you write more and are blessed spiritually, financially and physically.
Catrina Fallen, Chaplain
HATS is an answer and encouragement for a deeper walk with God. It is written to help us understand our unique purpose in lie and recognize our valued place in the Body of Christ. As a Bible Study, it is designed to open our understanding and show us where we fit and can best move and operate in the Body, thereby releasing us to be who God designed us to be.
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Lynn Moffett about her Incusion Series
Learn the story behind this series and Lynn's other books.
Captain Tom Woods, an escapee from Blacksburg, is on leave from serving with Colonel George Washington at Loyal Hannon. As he passes through Quaker country a desperate little boy bursts out of a cornfield beseeching him for help. Following the child into the woods, he finds a Quaker woman who has clearly been foully used. With his caretaker heart he cannot abandon her.
Elizabeth Walker, having walked with God all of her life, naively believed that nothing could ever hurt her. She discovered her error first in her failure as a wife, now she has been viciously beaten and violated. Her world has crashed around her, but because of her son she must fight through the desolation her life has become.
The Woodbridge Trilogy - Historical Novels - Book 1 - Blood, Flesh and Flame sprung into being on a simple, uneventful day. Uneventful until my daughter came home from school. Then in 3rd grade, she told me girls were hiding in the cloak room and playing a game called, "Bloody Mary," She went on to tell me an apparition appeared. No fool, my eldest child, she knew evil when she saw it.
I wondered then why current books always deny any evil attributed to witchcraft. The question drove me to do some deep research. After reading personal journals written during the 1600's, I knew without a doubt there was a different story to be told. By the conclusion of Book , the characters had taken on a life of their own. They demanded different perils to overcome. Books 2 and 3 quickly followed.
The Incursion Series - Contemporary Novels were birthed as a result of a dream I had three years before the story fully formed. I live in a small town in the Colorado mountains. In the dream, I saw soldiers in white camo moving stealthily through pine trees down a snow-covered hill. I knew they were up to no good. Their orders were to round up people and force them to give up their deeply held beliefs. The hidden purpose behind the invasion was to still the voices of the ultimate "haters" in our country - Christians.
Mondays — 9:00-11:00 a.m.
Anne Yancy is a young vagrant who, despite suffering abuse all of her life, has grown strong and determined even as she secretly harbors a deep longing to belong. Nathan Woodbridge is a rich, Harvard-educated Puritan. Set in the year after the Salem Witchcraft Trials, Blood, Flesh and Flame is the story of a Puritan town under attack. Anne knows the source. Nathan has no patience for superstition or anything smacking of the paranormal yet is assigned to discover what is happening in the town of Blacksburg.
Megan Forrester is a woman bent on taking over her father’s far reaching business ventures in the Carolinas. However, he will never agree as she is merely a woman. He would have her marry the man he has chosen and forget her foolish notions.
Megan’s twin sister has married and her husband has moved Margaret and their daughter to the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Since then all communication has ceased. Recognizing the evil in Jordan Higgins, Megan is frightened for her sister and niece, but her father will not listen.
The story begins with Megan getting a scrap of a letter from Maggie screaming for help. With her father in England and no one else she can rely on, Megan must go on her own.The story twists and turns as she travels with Cole Woodbridge - her deaf guide - from Charleston to Boston to Rutherford and then into the western most part of the colony. By the time her entourage arrives in North Hampton, she has lost her heart to Woodbridge, but has also heard the rumors that the people in this valley kill anyone with a handicap. She has to disengage with Cole to save him.
Leaving Cole, when she arrives in the valley where her sister should be Megan is completely unprepared for what she finds. It is worse than any rumor she has heard. She not only has to save herself, but her family and many children suffering within this cult.
Blood, Flesh & Flame
An Honorable Anger
Glimpse Into Evil
In a matter of days, my little town suffered two invasions, one after the other. The military contingent was intent on destroying deeply held beliefs and silencing voices of dissent. Six hundred of us were targeted, called "haters," and herded together like cattle. Held captive.
Thanks to our Watchmen, we repelled them. Three of my neighbors were killed in the first wave, and another friend wounded. Yesterday, while still in the hospital, he suffered a heart attack. I was holding his hand when it happened.
I am weary, angry and frightened.
Now six of us are being subpoenaed to appear before the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee. Some believe our appearance will prove our resistance was necessary and legal when our civil rights were so brutishly violated. Others think we'll be charged with fostering the overthrow of the government, labeled traitors and imprisoned for life.
This new threat scares me even more than what has come before.
This time it won't be a battle of guns but of words.
Only five days ago, I lost all sense of peace and safety when the people in my small, quiet, mountain town came under attack. The invaders broke down our doors and dragged us out of our homes. They imprisoned us for being “haters.” If it wasn’t for our watchmen, all 600 of us who were taken would have been transported to a secret site and held until we surrendered our beliefs.I am sad to report the enemy killed three of us during the resistance. I would like to believe it’s over and my life will return to normal. It’s wishful thinking. Our leaders are certain the enemy will not take their defeat as the final outcome. I know they’re right. It isn’t over yet.
Incursion Series Book 2
Incursion Series Book 1
Lynn Moffett's love of putting words together to paint pictures and fashion other worlds has resulted in books, short stories, non-fiction and poetry.
She has been creating stories since her earliest years. Only after raising her children did she set forth to record any of them with pen and ink. Blood, Flesh and Flame, her first published work, was written with her 1st born grandson cuddled on her lap.
Living nestled at the foot of Wolf Creek Pass in southwestern Colorado, Lynn continues to produce compelling novels about intriguing subjects.
Singing Springs is invaded by mercenary soldiers with orders to re-educate and/or detain dissenters to current government policy. Rose Trusty, a quiet older woman, becomes one of the three main voices of resistance, though she is among the imprisoned. Joshua Morgan, a deputy sheriff, escapes the first round up.
As a member of the Watchmen, he battles to free the 600 friends and neighbors being held prisoner. Carmella Miles, a soldier with IAMS, sees the fallacy of the action and joins the townspeople in their struggle.