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Nae's Nest —  August 17, 2014 — Leave a comment

‘the skill of Rumpelstiltskin weaving straw into gold. She can take a few words and turn them into an incredibly touching and sensitive must read story.’

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Nae's Nest —  June 30, 2014 — Leave a comment

This review is for: Front Row Center (Forbidden Series Book 1) (Kindle Edition)

Cynthia Ainsworthe- This book is amazing starting from the bookcover to the very last page. The bookcover is one of the best I’ve seen. If it doesn’t tempt someone to read the contents within,nothing will. There is hot romance among a loving couple who have been together a quarter of a century. This adds a wonderful ingredient to the story. It is nice to see a couple be so loving after being together for so long. This couple is stable with all the comforts that come from a an ambitious couple who get what they want out of life. It is refreshing to get away from the “honeymoon” phase of a romance and read about the embers still burning in the desire fire. Taylor, the wife, is an enormous fan of sexy singer Larry Davis. Paul, the husband, is supportive of his wife’s adoration and takes her to a concert. He has no reason to be jealous. He and Taylor are madly in love, have more than a healthy sex-life with a strong and binding commitment, with complete faith and trust in each other. Nothing could ever come between them, or could it? During the concert, Taylor catches Larry’s eye and winds up backstage to meet him, with Paul in tow. Before they know what happens, temptation both plagues and torments Taylor and Larry. Do the give in and betray the loving and trusting Paul? I for one, do not like writing spoilers. It is up to the eye of the reader to find the answer to this question from the author’s words, not mine.


Unwritten Life, Amy Shannon

renee.robinson2 Amy Shannon- Unwritten Life Alex has been trying to forget her past. The fact is, she runs from her past. Somehow, like a supernatural entity, her past follows and haunts her. It even finds her! How can this happen? She relocated and completely changed her life. Her habits, skills, employment even her entire identity has been changed! It begins with her best friend appearing out of nowhere. He is a constant reminder of what she has tried to erase from her memories. -Who she was and what she did. This story builds up and then makes your heart drop when Alex ends up with a stalker. As the reader, you want so much for Alex to overcome her past and find true happiness. Yet she finds herself in love, in danger and in turmoil. I believe Amy Shannon can write with such chilling believability because of her own past experiences. I do not know any more than is written in her biography, this is strictly my opinion. I know from experience, an author’s best writings often come from a knowledge of what they write. I am anxious to read Amy’s entire library. She is a new author who should not be overlooked. Her words scream Attention!


Stephanie Jackson writes Paranormal and Paranormal Romance novels. Her works include:

The Undead Heart (#1 in the Blood Thirst Series)

Blood Thirst (#2 in the Blood Thirst Series)

The Wrath of Potter (#3 in the 3 book Blood Thirst Series)

When Angels Fall

The Lamp

The Reaper Within

The Reaper Within (Dark Rain)



Juvenile Rising


The Reaper Within (Purgatory)

Stephanie Jackson lives in Clarksville, TN with her husband, Rick. She been married for a lot of REALLY long years and has numerous children of varying ages, all seemingly incapable of doing their own laundry or preparing a meal. They’re all grown and employed, but they won’t leave. They never leave. One any given day, you can find one of them testing the holding power of the couch and making sure the remote control is in good working order.

You can visit Stephanie Jackson’s website and get deals on her books at

Amazon’s Stephanie Jackson Page via @amazon



Nae's Nest —  June 5, 2013 — Leave a comment


The story that cannot be told
Forbidden and must not unfold
A curtain that never goes up
In a play that never happened
A real love playing make-believe
Trying to pretend never conceived
How does one turn off the heart
Condemned to living apart
Pretending we do not grieve
Fake happiness achieved
Acting skills finely hued
Color of deceit is in tune
Star part is my role
Award winning play
Never to be told

My soul

You shall never hold

Our story never

To unfold

Renee Robinson

Go Away

Nae's Nest —  June 5, 2013 — Leave a comment

Go Away

I want to sit in your lap
To feel your arms around me
Keeping me here
Safe and within reach
I do not wish
To open that door
What lays behind it
I care no more
I do not want to go
I tie myself down
Wrapped around you
Refusing to go
My feet planted
Rooted to the ground
I will not go
I will not be moved around
Go away
I am not ready
Death, knock on another door
I refuse to go
Forever More

Renee Robinson


Meet Me In A Dream

Nae's Nest —  January 8, 2013 — 4 Comments
Dream of you
Dream of me
Reaching out
Across the sea
Lighting a candle
Myrrh and frankincense
Calling you to me
Burning incense
 Under a spell
Hypnotic pleasure
Bringing us together
Sensual treasures
Reaching out to you
Skyclad in the night
We meet in a dream
Under the moonlight
Dream of you
Dream of me
Reaching out
Across the sea
When you lay down
Call me to you
In your dream I will come
Skyclad by the moon
Calling to each other
It is in the spell
Together we will be
Our future foretells
Renee Robinson

Bring Me Smiles

Nae's Nest —  June 4, 2012 — 4 Comments

You bring me smiles

You only call my name

You bring me sunshine

In a candle’s flame

You bring me warmth

In the summer’s rain

You bring me happiness

When you call my name


You are the

Butterflies flutter

The drums have a beat

The stars shine brighter

A heart has a beat

You are in all things

That brings me bliss

You bring me smiles

In the form of a kiss

You are everywhere I look

In every thing I feel

In the star’s twinkle

In the song

Of a Whippoorwill

I feel you in the wind

Brushing across my face

I see you in the moonlight

In a  falling star race

I hear you rustling

Through the leaves

The water’s ripple

Through the reeds


You bring me happiness

When you call my name

You bring me sunshine

In a candle’s flame

You bring me warmth

In the summer’s rain

You bring me smiles

You only call my name

Renee Robinson





Nae's Nest —  April 6, 2012 — 4 Comments

I see you with new eyes
As if looking at you
For the first time
When we first met
I thought you were kind
Now I see so much more
I see the man whom I adore
I see a man who is strong
A man, my heart belongs
Someone to hold my hand
To kiss away my tears
Someone who understands
Someone to calm my fears
I see a man who loves me always
A man who stole my heart
A man I will always be with
Never to be apart
by Renee Robinson

Is This Your Seat?

Nae's Nest —  April 6, 2012 — Leave a comment

A poem from Welcome to the Space at

Welcome to the space of Dreams!

“Is this your seat?” I asked that day,
The view is splendor, you look so rendered,
I walked the lake and found this break,
You stand in light, unwept by strife.

It’s not like me, to chat away,
For you a stranger, I wish no danger,
Just to this seat, I found you waiting,
In thought you paused, you seem so tender.

I’d pass you by, but couldn’t pretend,
You looked so much, in need of touch,
So love too over and here I tried,
To lend my ears, your burdens to bear.

I’m not so brave, so please do save,
I know not what, your needs will crave,
I’ll do my best, to easy your fears,
Just trust this stranger, I am your ranger.

It too a while, your seat to take,
After you stated, what weights you take,
You saw the beauty, around this lake,
It is your…

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