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ikraft wrote 1381 days ago   

Hi. Would you mind taking a look at my book "The Freel of Streel"? It is, to use the language of the story, a "smatterblaffing" story that uses a great deal of word play whilst creating a world and creatures unique to itself.

Best Wishes,
Ian Kraft

Cait wrote 1422 days ago   

SpruceGoose, whoever you are, from near or far...thank you!
:o) :o)

Francine Saint Marie wrote 1422 days ago   

Welcome back, SpruceGoose. (And greetings from MARS.)

Drew Pate wrote 1438 days ago   

He's coming for you; but not today. The Hunter is patient... Please check out the "The Trophy Hunter", it is a new Fiction Thriller. I return all backings (no erotica please) and comments. Thanks in advance.

Drew Pate

A Knight wrote 1443 days ago   

Everyone knows the rule: Stay inside the Wall, but Tisha believes rules are made to be broken.

Hello SpruceGoose,

I'm looking for people who may be interested in reading my young adult fantasy, Relic, and I would be honoured if you were to take a look at my efforts. If you have time to give it a spin on your shelf and/or comment, then even better!

I know you don't have a book on authonomy, but if there is one you are currently supporting up the ranks, then I would happily give it my backing at your request.

Thank you, and I look forward to hearing from you!
Abi xxx

Silent Storm wrote 1448 days ago   


I would be honored if you would take a look at my "Silent Storm"; it would be much appreciated.

Ida L. (Silent Storm)

John Wickey wrote 1449 days ago   

Hi, I happened upon your profile and wondered if you might take a look at my book, Future's End? It would be greatly appreciated!

John Wickey

PATRICK BARRETT wrote 1449 days ago   

Hi - would you be able to have a look at our book please? Best wishes - Paula & Patrick - HOW MEAN IS MY VALLEY?

Lorri wrote 1450 days ago   

Euphoria is currently sitting on the Ed's desk, but anything can happen on this last crazy day and I am seeking help to keep my place until the end of the month.

If you could take a look at it, and if you like it back it to help me keep my spot I would be very grateful.

If you have a book up, I reciprocate all backings and will also leave comments if you wish.

I hope you can help.



Aimee Fry wrote 1454 days ago   

I would sooner fail than not be among the greatest. - A wonderful quote by John Keats.

And it's true, I'm trying to perfect my writing to the extreme and if you haven't already taken a look at my book, His Pride, Her Prejudice, I would SINCERELY appreciate it. Your thoughts, opinions and musings on my work are all very welcome and helpful. And should you think it worthy of backing, it would be an honour to be on your bookshelf.

Thanks so much,
Aimee xxx

RichardBard wrote 1454 days ago   


I noticed you were online earlier so I thought I’d take a shot... If you're here to support a friend, I'd be happy to help with a return backing.

First off, I’d like to share some news. I was notified that BRAINRUSH is a quarter-finalist in the 2010 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award contest. Hooray!

Here is a recent comment:

“I read at least two books a week, but this one I savored. You have a talent for writing with an effortless flow that keeps the reader interested in what comes next, creating a 'can't put this book down' experience! This has definite number one potential. Shelved.”

It's a gripping story about a terminally ill man who develops extraordinary mental abilities after a freak accident. He must use his new talents to rescue the people he loves from an international terrorist group in Venice, Italy.

It takes three minutes to read the first chapter. I hope you’ll check it out. I’m approaching the Editor’s Desk and your vote will make a big difference.

All the best,

Richard Bard

lionel25 wrote 1470 days ago   

Hi SpruceGoose,

Grateful if you could look at "The Silver Spoon Effect." You won't be disappointed. I appreciate all the help I can get on the way to the editor's desk. My novel is currently ranked in the top 15.