Golden Boy

Okay, this is about me, Brandon, the kid who owned the whole entire world for at least two and a half hours. So listen—if anybody ever tries to tell you that you’re just average? Do NOT listen to them. They have no idea whatsoever. If you read this, you should probably get some really long paper—like a roll of toilet paper or something—so you can take notes on the dumb junk that happens in here, so you won’t do the same dumb junk if this ever happens to you. And don’t think it won’t. Just don’t mess with magic, is all. Super big mistake. All this stuff was really scary when it happened to me. But when I read the way she told it in this book? It was pretty funny. What? You thought I was going to write down all this stuff myself? Note from grown-up: Nationally acclaimed author, Kristen D. Randle, whose work has been included in the list of ALA best books for reluctant readers, now brings us a middle grade novel about a less-than-perfect boy running a not-so-normal world.

This story is just a little scary on a fundamental level.  We’ve put it out there for you, but we could use some input about it –

2 thoughts on “Golden Boy

  1. Melissa Laing says:

    I love Randle I own every book she has written! I would love to read anything else she has written. I think she should re-release her early LDS books as ebooks on the desert book shelf!

    • What a lovely thing to say, Melissa – and I’m going to tell you that I’ve started using Facebook to announce my new books and my new publications of old books. So if you like my page – Kristen D Randle author – you’ll get those things the second i post them. This is MUCH more fun that the old way of my never knowing the people who cared about what I wrote – just having to imagine them.