CSFF Blog Tour: Randy Ingermanson’s Double Vision

Elizabeth Goddard Uncategorized 4 Comments

Randy Ingermanson is one of my favorites authors. I can’t wait to see something new from him. Oxygen was the first review I wrote and in a way, started my “writing career.” I love Randy’s writing and his characters and I consider him my “absentee mentor.” Isn’t that what Karen Hancock calls Dean Koontz? Her absentee mentor? I may have that name wrong. But you get what I’m saying.

Double Vision was definitely a fun read, especially after reading his Retribution–a very life-changing tale about forgiveness. (I think next to the Bible, Retribution should be required reading for every Christian).

I especially enjoy all of the great science that Randy puts into his novels and in Double Vision, it’s the multiple universe. Awesome stuff . Maybe tomorrow I’ll include some excerpts of the science from Double Vision!

Don’t forget to visit all of the other awesome participants!

Nissa Annakindt
Wayne Thomas Batson
Jim Black
Grace Bridges
Jackie Castle
Valerie Comer
Karri Compton
CSFF Blog Tour
Gene Curtis
D. G. D. Davidson
Janey DeMeo
Tessa Edwards
April Erwin
Kameron M. Franklin
Linda Gilmore
Beth Goddard
Marcus Goodyear
Andrea Graham
Leathel Grody
Katie Hart
Sherrie Hibbs
Sharon Hinck
Christopher Hopper
Jason Joyner
Tina Kulesa
Kevin Lucia and The Bookshelf Reviews 2.0 – The Compendium
Rachel Marks
Shannon McNear
Rebecca LuElla Miller
Eve Nielsen
John W. Otte
John Ottinger
Robin Parrish
Cheryl Russel
Hanna Sandvig
Mirtika Schultz
James Somers
Steve Trower
Speculative Faith
Daniel I. Weaver

Comments 4

  1. Randy Ingermanson

    Hi Beth:

    Thanks for your comments! I appreciate that. Yes, Retribution was a pretty heavy book, and it took a lot out of me to write it, so I was glad to do Double Vision next–a lot lighter, and more opportunities to tell jokes.

    I’m glad I’ve been able to mentor you in some way. I suspect you’ve sent me more emails than Karen Hancock has sent Dean Koontz, though. Thank you! I always have appreciated your enthusiasm for my writing, and I’m looking forward to publishing some new books in the near future. I have a fun one on the auction block now, and also another deep one–about the life of Jesus–that I think is my best work yet. It’s the one I like best, anyway.

    Keep writing, Beth, and never give up. Never, ever, ever.


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