Heaven is where you find it and whatever you make of it.
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After the opening chapter the question is begged: what comes next? More of the same? I don't think I could take any more quite frankly...no criticism of your writing ability at all! Putting books on your shelf might also help to advance your cause...CheersStewart
KFC>A nice satire on one of the most significant addictions of our time. Good writing with good pace and a creative wit for humor. If youy haven't read Fahrenheit 451 (the temperature at which book paper burns) by Ray Bradbury, try it I think you'll enjoy itBacked Scorselo- the Communicator
Hi KFC, I read the first chapter and thought it was great. The TV addict isn't so different from many who fill their hours and their eyeballs with the mega-screen images in a thousand shades (occasionally too much green, in this case.)Housework is neglected, the truth of the world relegated to the image bites which twist and distort reality like a anti-depressive. 2D replaces 3D. Why go to the shop when you can order it on your teletext, why go to school or read books? I think we all know, and you demonstrate it well with this top class satirical work.Backed with pleasure,BarryLITTLE KRISNA AND THE BIHAR BOYS
Dear K F CI have started to read your writing and must say that it is compelling. Already you have established your animated characters in my head, ( they are not leaving soon) and i feel strongly to back your book now. I do wish to be part of your climb to the top on this site. CONGRATS and I will comment more as I read morePlease take a moment to look, COMMENT which is important to me, and BACK my book. if not that is OK alsoThe VERY best of luck to youBACKED BY ME FOR SURE.DeniseThe Letter
Dear K F C yes , I am reading at present and will comment laterDeniseThe Letter
Dear K. F. C., I love that after reading it 7 xs, I almost know it by heart. :) Your simplistic pitch drew me right in to read your wonderful book with its 90" TV screen & all of the luxuries of life. :) Murmur definition was superb, especially the contempt part. :) Hope you'll write many more books. :) I've backed your book :) - could you please take a moment to back mine? :) Thanks so very much. :) Love, Susie :)This is information from authonomy (so beware of any other untrue information you may receive that is spam & not quotes of authonomy):"When you back a book, it only improves the ranking of that book, not yours. However, the author whose book you are backing may decide to back your book also, in which case yes, your ranking would be improved""Every time you place a book on your bookshelf, your recommendation pushes the book up the rankings. And while that book sits on your bookshelf, your reputation as a talent spotter increases depending on how well that book performs."
v intriguing, if slightly repetitivewill there be more???