Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Lyle A. Way's "The Day of the Lord"

We're happy to have Lyle A. Way with us today talking about his book, The Day of the Lord. To learn more about Lyle and his book, read on!

Title: The Day of The Lord
Publisher: Biblemystery.com Publishing

Cover blurb: The evil Abaddon, of Revelation 9:11, drools with desire for his release from the abyss and his makeshift throne room deep in volcano Sharat Kovakab in Syria. His hoards of scorpion tailed locusts lust for escape from the pit to torture mankind.

1) How did this story come to you?
The person who co-authored this work, Dr. Terry Gage, is an expert in eschatology. He asked me to write the novel with his notes about the end of days and Biblical references. The Day of the Lord is mentioned in Joel 2:31 which says “The sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood, in the presence of the great and terrible day of the Lord…” The novel is based on the events leading up to and including that great and terrible time which will take place at the end of days.

2) Tell us about the journey to getting this book published.
That journey was simple. Dr. Gage has a publishing business, so we used his.

3) Tell me three things about yourself that would surprise your readers.
1. I have been both a Deputy Sheriff and have done full time missionary work. 2. I received my Bachelor of Theology degree when I was 60 yrs old. 3. I have published 5 other novels for the Christian mystery lover.

4) What are you working on now and what's next for you?
I am working on a novel that deals with some of the great events in the Bible from an angel’s point of view. I have a sea novel at the publisher now. It’s an adventure describing events in the life of a smuggler in the South China Seas. I think I will write a sequel to that novel.

5) Parting comments?
I love writing mysteries for Christians who enjoy the excitement and adventure in a good mystery, but dislike the profanity and obscene events that other writers surprise them with.

6) Where can fans find you on the internet?
http://www.lyleaway.com/

10 comments:

  1. I'd love to read this book since I'm writing Miss the Mark Series on the end days too. Apocalyptic, inspirational thriller. Please put me in the win. Wow, 60 yrs old and background in Theology, would love to see the take on this reading.

    Adrienna
    adriennaturner@earthlink.net

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  2. This sounds fabulous!! Enter me to win please.

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  3. We are studying Isaiah in BSF, and this would be an excellent source for study. Please enter me.

    desertrose5173 at gmail dot com

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  4. I don't usually enter these things, but this is one I'd really LOVE to win. Sounds like a book that is right up my alley. Love end-times books. Also look forward to your new one about events from the angels point of view. Another of my fave topics.

    rutland@alaska.net


    Do you have any Kindle or Nook ebooks?

    Thanks, Sharon

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  5. I would love to win this book for my teenage son. Sounds just like something he would like. Thanks for the giveaway!

    homesteading[at]charter[dot]net

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  6. It sounds very interesting; I would love to read it. The themes from the Bible always intrigue me.

    franalokas (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  7. I'd love to read this book!!! Enter me please!!

    nakiassgeorge@yahoo.com

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  8. Wow! Thrilling and this would be quite an enthralling read. My Bible Study class next study is on Revelations - what a combination of study this would make. I'm not familiar with Lyle A. Way or his writings, and I'm looking forward to reading this book. Thank you for the giveaway and the chance to win Lyle's featured book. I hope I do win!

    Grace & Peace,
    Barb Shelton
    barbjan10 at tx dot rr dot com

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  9. This sounds like a wonderful read! Thank you for a chance at winning it. I haven't read any of Lyle's books yet, and would like to.

    Christmas Blessings,
    Sandee61

    Muzzley56[at]aol[dot]com

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  10. This sounds fascinating. sdeeth at msn dot com

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