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Kenosha Author Randy Donais Publishes Follow-up to 2011 Novel

The sequel to Change for the Bettor continues the story of Tully Greenwood.

Kenosha, WI, USA – WEBWIRE

“Soul Searcher” should be the next big thing in Christian fiction after the “Left Behind” series.

Randy Donais has finally published his second book “Soul Searcher” (Xlibris, 2017) more than five years after his spectacular first novel hit the shelves. Work on the sophomore effort was lagging due to the author’s type 2 diabetes and eventual amputation. For readers who want to know what’s up with Tully Greenwood after he reformed (in “Change for the Bettor”) the long wait is over – and worth it.
“Soul Searcher” opens with Tully’s former guardian and now best friend Fr. Rene Vondereau, who gives the opening remarks of sorts, telling readers how Tully had reformed and what he had gained from leaving behind his former life of sin and vice – a place in heaven. The subsequent chapters turn to Tully, who shares his experiences and thoughts after becoming a changed man and most importantly, describes his new vocation: to retrieve lost and stranded souls, along with their guardian angels. Like any other job, saving souls is not easy for he has to battle satanic entities in the course of his job.
“Soul Searcher” tackles themes of redemption, vocation, celebration, and negative images of the church. These themes will provide readers some thoughts to ponder while Tully’s divine adventure entertains them.
What makes Tully the right man for the job of retrieving lost and stranded souls in cemeteries? Whose souls will he meet on the way? How many souls will he help save? Readers should find that out when they get their hands on “Soul Searcher.”
Copies are available at author website
Soul Searcher
Written by Randy Donais
Published by Xlibris
Published date: May 10, 2017
Paperback price: $17.02
About the Author
Randy Brian Donais was born on January 5, 1956 in Kenosha, WI. He received his BS in English Literature and Journalism from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater on 1978. His first novel, “Change for the Bettor,” was released on October, 2011. He began work on the sequel, “Soul Searcher” in early 2014, finally finishing in spring, 2017.  Randy, now an amputee, overcame health and financial challenges to complete this novel.  As a veteran of 30 years in the newspaper business, primarily as a sportswriter, the 61-year-old Randy is still an avid sports follower and memorabilia collector. He returned to his native Kenosha in late 2013 after almost 17 years in Milwaukee County. His 30-year-old son, Brian, a former high school and college basketball player, lives and works in Chicago. Randy has two married younger sisters Tammy Ramirez of Kenosha and Pam Heck of Greenwood, IN.

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