Guest Author Stephen Ormsby

Dearest minions, I’ve been so freakin’ busy that I didn’t have time to finish my Tuesday post, but an author friend has stepped in to help me out today. Please welcome him and take a look at his book.

Today I’d like to introduce you to author Stephen Ormsby and his book, Long Lost Song.

A virus is decimating America today and Michael Decker is the culprit.  Or is he?

Is it the work of a curse recorded into a song by 1930’s blues musician Ricky Jensen?

Long Lost Song tells the story of Ricky and Michael as they battle their personal and real demons while the world reaches end times of biblical proportions.

One question remains. How do you stop a devil of a song made to break a crossroads deal?

Stephen C. Ormsby was an IT professional for twenty years before deciding to lead a more creative life.  He has always loved the idea of writing novels and had written four when Long Lost Song came along, demanding to be published.

This is his first but will not be his last.

He lives in South Gippsland with his wife, two children and a mad cat.  He has travelled extensively, is an avid reader and enjoys listening to a wide range of music.

He has a huge music collection (over 80,000 songs) that just shuffles all day. Sometimes it finds a groove, but other times it can be very disconcerting.

You can find Stephen on the web at the following links:

Blog: http://stephenormsby.wordpress.com/

Twitter: @Quiet_Noise

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/QuietNoise

Facebook fanpage for the book: https://www.facebook.com/LongLostSong

Smashwords: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/217451

You can also click on the book cover above to view the book on Smashwords. If you tell Stephen I sent you (on the Long Lost Song page or via Facebook message), he’ll give you 25% off the book.

Stephen has some interesting books coming out soon, so check him out!

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