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Weaver Reads wrote 812 days ago   

February 1, 2012~

JFJ, I must compose and send this letter of gratitude to you for your amazing, kind support of me and The Governess. Where to start? How about:
THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!! THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!! THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!

Yes! Thank you for your special gift to me. I finally made it at #2 on the Editor’s Desk. Goals and dreams are so important, but support can sometimes be the more critical ingredient to success. So, I again thank you for yours.

I have formulated a plan for backing my awe-inspiring supporters. Please know that you are important to me. I am glad to read, comment, and support your heartfelt work. This will take time to accomplish because I’ve had nearly 700 of you support me at one time or another. I will accomplish this one day at a time, so watch for your turn. =D

I hope to be as positive a supporter to you as you have been for me. Thank you!! ;)

Gratefully,
~Ellise
The Governess~

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TisWorthy wrote 820 days ago   

I see you haven't been in Authonomy for awhile. When you do please excuse this intrusion but I've learned something. After letting my book stay on Authonomy without pushing it for about a year it has stayed pretty much static. I've learned that if you want your book to move along you must tell people about it. So please excuse this interruption into your life and give me three seconds of your time.
--In Search of a Memory-, is an intrigue with light romance. It has been praised highly during the time I was promoting it. I ask you to take a look at the first chapter and see if you want to read more, or at least leave a comment. I return ALL reads. If you desire me to read your work first just let me know and I'd be glad to do so.
Sincerely yours,
Roy J. Belletete

lovemenow wrote 842 days ago   

rosesobab@yahoo.com

My name is miss Rose.i saw your profile today on www.authonomy.com and became interested in you,i will also like to know more about you,and i want you to send a mail to my email address so that i can give you my picture for you to know whom l am.Here is my email address(rosesobab@yahoo.com)I believe we can move from here.I am waiting for your mail to my email address above.Remember the distance or color does not matter but love matters a lot in life) please send me mail to my e mail address.
Please reply me with my email address here

(rosesobab@yahoo.com)

Caitlin Avery wrote 844 days ago   

Hello!
I am hoping to get my self-published book on the editor's desk, as a means to find a gateway for publishing my second book. Would you kindly take a look at "Lightning in my Wires?" Cheers, and Happy New Year! Caitlin Avery

Jack Cerro wrote 858 days ago   

If you enjoy a good puzzle, you may enjoy this re-imagining of the myth of the Fountain of Youth.

Miami, http://www.authonomy.com/books/34153/miami/

The novel is set in downtown Miami, Florida and told in three narratives: 1567, 1926, and 2005 and has been described as extraordinary, captivating, fast-moving, confusing, demanding and bloody fantastic book!"

I'm looking for comments and even backings if you think it is worthy.

Thank you for your time.

Jack Cerro

blessingsober wrote 865 days ago   

blessingsober@yahoo.com.sg

i am Interested in you
My name is Blessing am a beautiful young girl with full of love
Well, I saw your profile today at www.authonomy.com
which gives me joy to contact you
please i will like you contact me through my e-mail
blessingsober@yahoo.com.sg
At the same time i will show you my picture and send me your picture
Miss Blessing

send me an e-mail
blessingsober@yahoo.com.sg

mselan79 wrote 871 days ago   

It's not exactly common knowledge that Albert Einstein's brain was stolen during his autopsy in 1955. Even fewer know his brain was dissected into two-hundred-forty pieces and that several of those pieces were given to doctors across the country and around the world.

Read the pitch for my sci-fi/fantasy fiction, Albert: A Gray Matter, inspired by the facts above, and if you're interested, keep reading. I would appreciate any support, and I'm fan of swapping reads. I was moving steadily up the ranks, and then had to take a three week hiatus from this site while I was moving, but I'm ready to get back into the game.

M.E.

http://www.authonomy.com/books/36203/albert-a-gray-matter/

Mademoiselle Nobel wrote 873 days ago   

Hi Jazmin,

I've just joined Authonomy and I think it’s such a fantastic place - especially to test the waters for a debut novel! There is just sooo much talent here and everyone is so lovely! And it’s such a great place to meet new people!

I'm wondering whether you'd possibly be able to take the time out to read, and perhaps comment on (if you’re not too busy, that is), the 4 chapters of my debut novel, Miss Manners? It would be so so helpful!

There are no writers without readers!

Many thanks,

Iman xxx

Miss Manners: http://www.authonomy.com/books/39355/miss-manners

P.S. I'd be more than happy to return the read! :-)

stubeam wrote 885 days ago   

Animal lover? If so was hoping you might be interested in my book- It's A true story about something that happened to me and a group of animals: disturbing yet heartwarming
This video goes with the book though it does contain disturbing images:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QtCnxWAqJ1o
Thanks and hope you dont mind the message

ndaye wrote 895 days ago   

(jessica_2vndaye@yahoo.com)
My name is jessica i saw your profile today at (authonomy.com) and became intrested in you,i will also like to know you the more,and i want you to send a mail to my email address so i can give you my picture for you to know whom l am.Here is my email address (jessica_2vndaye@yahoo.com) i believe we can move from here.I am waiting for your mail to my email address above. jessica.(Remeber the distance or colour does not matter but love matters alot in life)
Please rpely me with my email address here

( jessica_2vndaye@yahoo.com)

Babyeddieuk wrote 917 days ago   

Hey - fancy reading either of my books? One is SF and the other is contemporary fiction, so there's something for everyone...

ndaye wrote 928 days ago   

(rafica_4ndaye@yahoo.com)
My name is rafica i saw your profile today at (authonomy.com) and became intrested in you,i will also like to know you the more,and i want you to send a mail to my email address so i can give you my picture for you to know whom l am.Here is my email address (rafica_4ndaye@yahoo.com) i believe we can move from here.I am waiting for your mail to my email address above. rafica.(Remeber the distance or colour does not matter but love matters alot in life)
Please rpely me with my email address here

( rafica_4ndaye@yahoo.com)

Pete A wrote 961 days ago   

Hi,
I saw you on the forum and then you disappeared.

A recent comment on my book: “Your writing's got the control, clarity and authority that remind me of H.G. Wells”

What do you think I wonder?

‘Mother Knows Best’
In the far future a scientist tracing human migration uncovers strange anomalies that threaten to rewrite the history of both science and religion.

Science has remained unchanged for centuries as received wisdom. As a ‘New Scientist’ who rejects that view Peae becomes fascinated that people seem to have always migrated east. He travels the globe seeking records of original geographical discovery. In the eastern capital he meets and falls for fellow scientist Adrena and is introduced to the archive of the powerful Motherene religion but finds that even the most well attested explorations appear to have been preceded.

Could people have been around for much longer than usually thought? Science has an explanation for the origins of humanity but so do the Motherenes.

Best,
Pete
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Eponymous Rox wrote 1001 days ago   

Hullo there. I'm still a reader on this site scouting for new authors to add to my webbie, but I've just uploaded a manuscript myself. If you decide it's not worthy of your backing can you also take a look at the other books on my shelf? Many excellent writers here!

CHEERS--
E.R.

florenc wrote 1006 days ago   

florenc_dama@yahoo.in

My name is florenc. Your profile interests me so i will like to know you better. We can use my mail box so i can send you my picture (florenc_dama@yahoo.in). I have to go because am getting unwanted messages here.
I await your mail.
Thanks waiting to hear from you.

florenc.

JohnDoe wrote 1016 days ago   

Hi J.F.

Just asking if you could take a look at "The Lunatic Sings" if it's new to you.

It's currently at 7. If you think it's worth a spot on your shelf, for a couple of days or maybe longer, your support for ED would be really appreciated.


– "...the glorious driving rhythms of the syntax. It's prose that has an inner music that almost compels us to speak it aloud." - talitha S


– "like a William S. Burroughs novel with a point." - Winston Chad Emerson, A Circle in the Woods


"I sit in awe. This is some piece of work.” - Kristin Gleeson, Selkie Dreams


***I will return read if you would like honest feedback on your work. I run a reading group here and abhor false, gushing reviewing.


My regards,

John

Weaver Reads wrote 1030 days ago   

Star ratings anyone? Pretty please…. ;)
Thanks! Sooo very appreciated! xx

JohnDoe wrote 1049 days ago   

Hi j.f.johns,



Could I ask you to please take a little look at "The Lunatic Sings" if it's new to you.



It's currently at 27. If you think it's worth a spot on your shelf, for a couple of days or maybe longer, your support would be really appreciated.





– "the reader glides through … It’s like dancing in someone’s mind."
 - Lucia Adams, Vein Fire


– "like a William S. Burroughs novel with a point." - 
Winston Chad Emerson, A Circle in the Woods


– "I sit in awe. This is some piece of work."
 - Kristin Gleeson, Selkie Dreams





Thank you,

John

pclady wrote 1058 days ago   

Hi,

Does this pique your interest?

“Ya can’t be serious, Miss?”
Foreman of the large cotton plantation for many years, Will Gallagher sweated plenty working in the fields alongside the slaves, but he never sweated as much as today, couldn’t remember ever being so nervous. His rough skinned hands clasped on the back of a chair, he faced the small figure seated behind the solid wood desk, waiting patiently for her to finally see reason.
She just sat there, still as a stone statue, saying nothing, looking through him as if he didn’t exist. His pulse pounded in his veins, so loud a ringing had started in his ears, a ringing that was beginning to drive him crazy. But being in the house for any length of time had always made him uncomfortable, and he longed to escape back to the fields.

There's more waiting in my uploaded work: "Heart's Desire". Please give it a star rank, put it on your watch-list or better yet a few days on your bookshelf. I will gladly return the favor.

Thanks for your time,
Chrysta Mane

Walden Carrington wrote 1068 days ago   

Jazmin,
As one of the top talent spotters, I could use your help to have Titanic: Rose Dawson's Story climb up another four places by the end of July and be selected for editorial review. I want to give HarperCollins plenty of time to review and publish the book prior to the rerelease of Titanic in three dimensions in April of 2012.