Tuesday, 20 January 2009

Help render the verdict in Randy Singer's next novel, The Justice Game

I am a huge fan of Randy Singer's legal thrillers and have read and loved each one. He is now taking a new approach to the ending of his next novel and you can be a part of it!

Here's how it will work:~

Beginning this week, readers will have an opportunity to determine the verdict in Randy’s upcoming legal thriller, The Justice Game (Tyndale House, July 2009), which features a court case centered on the gun debate. The verdict voted on by the readers will be written into the story and kept under wraps until the book’s release. This is the first time in recent memory that an author has taken reader involvement and feedback to this level.

“I wanted to do something different and get my readers really involved in the story,” said Singer. “This gives them an opportunity to hear both sides of the national gun debate and gets them thinking. Plus, it adds an element of fun to the book.”

Taking a new approach to the popular book trailer, Singer has produced a short, online video that mimics a cable news report. Featuring real-life talk show host Lorri Allen as the lead news anchor, the video shares the latest updates on the trial at the center of the book interspersed with segments of the closing arguments direct from the courtroom. At the end of the video, viewers are directed to a special section on Singer’s Web site to render their verdict.

Randy, who is a practicing veteran trial attorney as well as a teaching pastor in Virginia Beach, VA, has written seven critically-acclaimed legal thrillers. Publishers Weekly has said he, “is as enjoyable as John Grisham,” and his work has received several noteworthy reviews. His latest book, By Reason of Insanity (Tyndale), debuted in hardcover last summer and releases this month in softcover.

You can check out the video below then go to RandySinger.net and enter your verdict. Mine is in....how about yours?


Tracy said...

The interactive novelist. Very cool idea.

Beth said...

Facinating. My vote is in.
I've never read any of his books, but I'm borrowing one from the library.

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