Tag Archive | Caprice Hokstad


Monday dawned a new month and an exciting accomplishment for many of us here at NAF. Splashdown Books released it’s first ever anthology titled Aquasynthesis.  Paul, Kat and Keven each have three stories between the pages. And Robynn and I were allowed to try out our assistant editing skills. The beautiful cover was designed by […]

Freewill Slavery

In my quest for self-betterment, I’ve experienced a few startling revelations. Most about me. A few about others. Let me start with a little bit about my worldview in regards to employment in America. This is actually my worldview for employment in any non-socialist, free market economy, but I’m most familiar with America. Warning: these […]

Caprice Hokstad, the interview

A woman with long, curly hair fading from bright orange to softer orange pauses at the threshhold of an office of stark white.  A polished white desk takes up most of the space, but two chairs and a couch of cobalt blue leather jostle for space to one side. Rorschach inkblots in black enamel frames […]

The Duke’s Handmaid By Caprice Hokstad

When I first heard of Splashdown Books, I jumped over to the site to peruse the offerings. So varied. So spec-fic. What to choose? Oooh, what’s this? Fantasy romance? Right up my bookshelf. I grew up reading  romance -ishes, more “Brit” than “Am,” and this looked kinda “Brit.” I learned our own Kat Heckenbach drew […]

Anvil Review-Faith Awakened by Grace Bridges

As I said yesterday, I will give you my review of Faith Awakened by Grace Bridges. But before I do that, let me run through the rules for entry once more. As always, there will be a drawing. But there will be only one winner. I love Splashdown Books so much that I have decided […]