As mentioned in a previous post I purchased R.K. Gold’s latest book, Just Under the Sky, and will write a review post ASAP. In the mean time, below is an interesting article by our friends over at http://www.collapsedlexicon.com who wrote about the recent success of Just Under the Sky in the People’s Book Awards. The Original post can be found here http://www.collapsedlexicon.com/blog/just-under-the-sky-book-awards:
Collapsed Lexicon has already written it’s glowing review of R.K. Gold’s latest book Just Under the Sky. You can read our original review of the book by clicking here. It turns out others share our enthusiasm for this book. Not only does the book seem to have multiple 5 star reviews on Amazon, but it was nominated for the People’s Book Awards where it stands in 3rd place with over 1,000 vote!
This could be the start of an amazing writing career and we have the opportunity to say we were there at the beginning. I highly recommend checking out Just Under the Sky; you can order it on Amazon or Kindle.
Below you can find the summary paragraph of Just Under the Sky by R.K. Gold’s publisher Weasel Press:
You are invited on a ride you’ll surely not forget. R.K. Gold brings us Just Under the Sky, a novella commenting on harsh political turmoil. Jasper and McMichaels work as journalists trying to cover up the looming food shortage happening in their village secluded in the mountains. One day, Jasper wakes up in the uncertain forest lingering by his home and from there has to find his way back through the ever changing landscape. Two friends trudge through this mystical place as they are forced to confront of the importance of their village.