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Textual Ribbons wrote 708 days ago   

Hi Dr. Rogers. I was really dumb and forgot about the stupid 10000 word rule when I edited my book and lost all my shelves. Can you put me back up please? :D

xx Jasmine

LittleDevil wrote 717 days ago   

Thank you v much x

Textual Ribbons wrote 717 days ago   

Huh. That's really weird. It works fine whenever I click on it. Did you try going to my profile and accessing it from there?

And thanks so much for the backing. :D

xx Jasmine

Terence Brumpton wrote 717 days ago   

HI i'm trying to get interest in my book. If you feel that you like the sound of it i would love for you to read it, and let me know what you think . I'm happy to do read swaps any type of book. Here is a quick description of my book.
Have you ever stayed in a hotel and wondered what goes on when you sleep? And goes bump in the night?

Edward Williams is twenty-five and starting a new career as a hotel night manager. Ellsworth House Hotel is a place of beauty and splendor. Edward should know not to judge a book by its cover . From the second he sets foot into his new life , events unfold which can't be explained away by logic and science. Only he and his fellow night staff know the truth about what goes on at night in Ellsworth House Hotel.
http://www.authonomy.com/books/43208/a-haunting-at-ellsworth-house-hotel/
Thanks Terence

Jack Cerro wrote 744 days ago   

I am Jack's failure to follow his own 6th and 8th commandment.

1: Thou shalt not take this place too seriously.
2: Thou shalt not place ones book on one’s own shelf.
3: Thou shall offer honest critique and not false praise.
4: Thou shalt not use the star rating system to punish enemies.
5: Thou shalt not create fake accounts for the purposes of insulting your fellow authors, backing your book, or talking to yourself.
6: Thou shalt not spam your fellow authors, or ask for backings and reads if thou are unwilling to read their book first.
7: Thou shall use this site to network and improve their craft
8: Thou shall not spend more time here then you spend writing.
9: Thou will try and read, Miami. http://www.authonomy.com/books/34153/miami/
10: Thou shall not take this place too seriously.

Well technically, I am willing to swap reads, so perhaps I am in the clear. Yet, make no mistake, this is me spamming you in hopes that you will consider commenting on, or backing my novel.

I thank you for your consideration.

Jack

LittleDevil wrote 784 days ago   

Hi, Dr James
Thanks for supporting Sublime... as a matter of interest, what story did you read?

sensual elle wrote 785 days ago   

Hello Dr. Rogers,

>I have read some of your book, not exactly my cup of tea.

Then I am doubly grateful you looked past that in my effort not to limit the story to women readers. Thank you generously.

elle, hugs

Robert Mourningstar wrote 785 days ago   

Thank you for backing Under the Veil of Darkness.

McRae by Nature wrote 785 days ago   

Thank you, Dr. James.

Carrie

sensual elle wrote 786 days ago   

Dr. Rogers, thank you for being so generous and kind in backing Diary of a Bad Housewife. If you give me a heads-up, I'll be happy to read anything you post in the future. I am grateful for your big-hearted support. Thank you.

hugs, elle

KirkH wrote 786 days ago   

Hi James and welcome,
I hope you can get a chance to read parts of my college caper crime story that takes place at the Oktoberfest.
Thanks
Kirk
"How to Steal a Lion"

Colin Neville wrote 786 days ago   

Dear James

Thanks for backing 'Limbo'; much appreciated. I would welcome your comments about it in due course. Best regards

Colin Neville

j.l. wood-miller wrote 786 days ago   

Hello Dr. Rogers,

Literary fiction pushed to its limits in a strangely comic tale of a stranger intellect:

My online excerpt from “An Unfinished Innocence” explores adulterous alcoholic substance-abusing schizophrenic author/academic/columnist and accidental serial killer, Brendan Dogge, and his search for redemption with the help of a small boy and a three-legged dog. And a singular dancer, Charlotte Camarina.

title: An Unfinished Innocence
author: j.l. wood-miller

You just might laugh!

Take care,
-j.l. wood-miller

Old Bob wrote 786 days ago   

Hi Dr. Rogers. I was reading profiles to see who might want to read my book and came a cross your page. I don't often find someone as new as you on this site, welcome aboard.

This may be a little premature because you're not set up yet and I don't know what you like, so let me just make you aware of my book: A PLACE IN LIFE. It's literary fiction about the life of a boy told through a series of catastrophic events and failed relationships. When you have a chance I'd appreciate it very much if you'd take a look at a chapter or two and let me know what you think. Also remember, if it doesn't come up to your standards, all you have to do is stop reading - no strings.

In any event, many thanks for your time.

Old Bob
A PLACE IN LIFE

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