"I write in all genres, but you'll always find the same two things in all my books, no matter if they are Mysteries, Thrillers, Action and Adventure or the Paranormal, and that is the power of love and the strength of the human spirit. I give my characters these traits and cross my fingers. So far, they have yet to disappoint me."
"What a wonderful book. Such a shocking end. Could not put it down once I started reading it. I recommend this book to any one." - An Amazon posted review of The Road To Yesterday
"I bought this book today and I am done reading it. This is the kind of author Randy Mixter is. Can't put it down. He is one heck of a writer. His books keep you on the edge of your seat from start to finish" - Blanche Wegman (Amazon posted review of A Gunman's Destiny)
"When a story grabs my interest, plants the seeds of suspense, mystery, and romance in just a few sentences, you know it's a winner.
I was pleased to read this and want more." - Mark Young (Amazon posted review of Red Moon)
"Sarah Of The Moon is an excellent, well written book. I had never heard of Randy Mixter before, but I genuinely wonder why because his writing is exceptionally gifted.Within a very few pages, I was completely pulled into the story, to the degree that I did not feel I was reading but was watching a movie." - Goodreads Review
"Randy Mixter writes characters that intrigue and scenarios that leave you needing to know more about what is going on behind the scenes."
- Andrea Harding
A passage from Scarlet And Gold
Sebastian took Morgan's arm as he made his way to the gangplank. "Bring my son home, Morgan. I promise this will be the last time I make such a
request. From here on out he's on his own, but for now I would like a final opportunity to convince Lucas that the life of adventure is not his true
vocation. He too often finds himself in harm's way."
"As do I, sir," Morgan said as he turned to the ship. Rachel stood waiting under the mainsail, her bow in her hands as she pulled back on its
bowstring, testing its strength. "Fortunately, as of late, an angel watches over me. An angel I once saved and has, in gratitude, saved me many times since."
"Would the angel's name be Rachel Cain by any chance?" Sebastian asked him while relinquishing his hold.
Morgan took the opportunity to climb the gangplank. He reached the ship's deck in six long strides.
"It would," he said to the woman who met him there.
Swan Loch is a romance that spans time and universes and is one of the best books I have ever read.
Larry Deibert - author of Combat Boots, Dainty Feet & Fathoms
NOMINATED FOR AN AWARD BY THE MILITARY WRITERS SOCIETY OF AMERICA