Wendy Lawton on a mission: THE CAPTIVE PRINCESS



Wendy Lawton, Artist and Author, Celebrates Release of Her Seventh Novel With a Fabulous April Fool’s Day Contest 


(THE WOODLANDS, TX) What do porcelain, Pocahontas, and prizes have in common? Wendy Lawton, author, sculptor and literary agent is on a mission to find the next Daughter of the Faith for her highly successful middle grade series. In celebration of the release of The Captive Princess: A Story Based on the Life of Young Pocahontas, her seventh novel in the series, Lawton is offering a plethora of prizes for contestants who are chosen from among those who post suggestions on Crystal Miller’s When I Was Just a Kid blog (http://wheniwasjustakid.blogspot.com/).


One lucky winner will receive all seven Daughters of the Faithnovels ($49 value), while another will get all four books in theReal TV series ($44 value).The grand prize–an autographedCourage to Run doll and book, (value $695.00) will be awarded if more than twenty people comment before April 1, 2008, with suggested Daughters of the Faith characters.


Keep in mind that each character in this series is a real girl from the pages of history who took a stand for her faith (usually at great cost) while she was still a girl. Nominees should not be someone who grew up to do great things or who married a great man, bur rather a girl like Pocahontas, the Captive Princess, who stepped out in faith.

The Captive Princess: A Story Based on the Life of Young Pocahontas

Is there an American student who doesn’t know some version of the story of Pocahontas— whether the fabricated Disney version or the equally fictitious but oft-told love story betweenPocahontas and John Smith? Wendy Lawton digs into the history and tells it entirely through the eyes of the youngPocahontas. And though the romantic accounts are the stuff of legend and lore, Pocahontas’ faith story remains one of the most beautiful love stories in history.


What others are saying:Pocahontas has long been a favorite character of mine, andWendy Lawton brings her to glorious life in The Captive Princess. Through Lawton’s excellent research and vivid writing, walked out of the dense forest and into my heart. This book is a treasure!”Angela Hunt, author of Uncharted


“I jumped at the chance to read Wendy Lawton’s latest book,The Captive Princess, because of her previous stories. Again, she wove her literary magic. Always true to historical facts and able to infuse spiritual truths naturally, Wendy Lawton is a master storyteller.”Donita K. Paul author of popular Christian fantasy includingThe DragonKeeper Chronicles




WENDY LAWTON feels equally comfortable on a computer, at a writer’s conference or with a cool lump of clay in her hand. She’s been an artist, a writer and now, a literary agent with the respected literary agency, Books & Such.

No stranger to the literary market, Lawton has written seven books in her middle grade Daughters of the Faith series. These books were followed by a series of teen books The Real TVseries and her nonfiction book, Impressions in Clay (Moody).





The Captive Princess: A Story Based on the Life of Young Pocahontas
Wendy Lawton
Moody Publishers
March 1, 2008
ISBN: 978-0802476401
The Captive Princess is the seventh inLawton’s popular Daughters of the Faith series from Moody Publishers.


Courage to Run

 Harriet Tubman

11″ tall, all porcelain

Edition limited to 350 dolls

Courage to RunWendy Lawton’ssensitive portrait of the young Harriet Tubman, has been nominated for the prestigious Award of Excellence

Wendy Lawton
Author and Sculptor


2 thoughts on “Wendy Lawton on a mission: THE CAPTIVE PRINCESS

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  2. The comments are starting to roll in and we almost have enough to make the doll part of the prizes!

    Thanks so much, Christa, for passing the word. Wendy’s books are excellent and her dolls are beautiful and high quality heirlooms.

    Like your blog and definitely will be back to look around!

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