Monday, January 20, 2014

Randy Lindsay Book Tour - The Gathering

Today, I'm taking part in Randy Lindsay's book tour for his debut novel, The Gathering: End's Beginning.


First, I want to say a big fat congratulations to Randy! He was the first ever person to let me know he'd used one of the links I post on Wednesdays and gotten published in a magazine. So anyone who likes the Wednesday link posts can thank Randy, because I'm not sure I'd still be posting them if I hadn't known it did some good for someone. I've since heard from a couple other people with the same news, but Randy was the first. He's a fantastic writer, so check out his book!


Robert Williams didn’t expect an early honorable release from his mission, but upon his return home, he sees the reason for the surprise decision. Unemployment, rampant violence, and frequent food shortages have put the United States on the brink of another civil war. As the threads of society unravel, the Williams family must adapt to drastic changes as the long-foretold gathering begins to take place.

Meet the Author: RANDY LINDSAY is a native of Arizona. From an early age, his mind traveled in new and unusual directions. His preoccupation with “what if” eventually led him to write speculative fiction. According to his wife everything is a story to Randy. And it is. Although this is his first novel, Randy has been published in a variety of science-fiction and fantasy magazines. He lives in Mesa with his wife and five of his nine children. If you want to find out more you can check him out at RandyLindsay.net.

You can find The Gathering: End's Beginning at Amazon on paperback and Kindle.

Congratulations again, Randy!


May you find your Muse.

5 comments:

  1. Shannon, just an update for you. I still check your blog every Wednesday. I am writing a short story today to submit for one of the venues you posted last week. At this point, I'm up to six stories that have been published because of your efforts. Thanks so much.

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  2. Sounds like an interesting read. Dig the cover.

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  3. His book sounds intriguing. Right up alley, in fact,

    Tweeted!

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  4. Checking this out. Sounds like my kind of book.

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  5. Randy, that is so fantastic!

    Alex, it's a cool cover, isn't it?

    Shelly, wonderful, thank you!

    Susan, I hope you enjoy it!

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