Kirkus Review for Mississippi Flyway

A woman takes a road trip through the South with her estranged father, trailed by a rogue sheriff bent on revenge. The author’s style, rich with unforced detail, expertly conjures very different places—the sour air in a den where men have been gambling for days, the muddy, punishing waters of the Mississippi, the cool veranda(…)

blueink review: October, 2011

blueink review: October, 2011 Nel Rand’s debut novel is a picaresque tale that takes the reader down the Mississippi River and through the haunted past of its main character, Ellie. Ellie is recovering from divorce when her estranged father, Tiny Moon, a 300-pound gambler and eating contest champion, re-enters her life. Despite her efforts to(…)

Interview with Juanita Watson, Assistant Editor of Reader Views

Nel is being interviewed by Juanita Watson, Assistant Editor of Reader Views. Juanita: Thanks for taking the time to talk with us today Nel. Would you please tell us the storyline of your new book Mississippi Flyway? Nel: Hello Juanita. Thanks for talking with me. My novel, Mississippi Flyway, is about the inner journey of(…)