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Software wrote 299 days ago   

Hello Thomas,

Hope you are well. Maybe you would like to try out my new satire, Doghouse Blues. Happy to reciprocate with a swap read. Here is an endorsement:

I was attracted to Doghouse Blues from the pitch alone because it was so very different. There are so many budding writers out there who want to earn the same sort of money as J K Rowling by writing exactly the same kind of book and , to be frank, I am getting a bit tired of it.
This, on the other hand, struck me as being an original piece of work. The product of a lively mind and written by someone who is an excellent observer of the real world out there and who knows how to translate his observations into print. Just the right amount of dialogue, which carries the story along well.
I have not read the complete book (yet) but have dipped into it fairly freely to see if the momentum is maintained. It certainly is.
Philip John

Looking forward to reading your comments on the Doghouse Blues webpage.

All the best,


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Andrewallen82 wrote 306 days ago   

I will be reading in today within the hour is is 6/17 826pm

Gary Bullock wrote 306 days ago   

I'm much more of a real world science fiction guy, rather than fantasy, but I will give Saving Damascas a look when I get the chance. I have a bit on my plate right now.
Gary - Elsewhen

Keiran Proffer wrote 307 days ago   

Hi Thomas,

I have 10 title on my Watchlist and also am part of the CLF2 forum, so have to review 1 book every 2 weeks. I am trying to work my way through the Watchlist.

I had a quick look at your blurb. It doesn't sound too bad. Ask me again to swap reads in a couple of months.


BeeJoy wrote 308 days ago   

Hello. How are you? I would appreciate to switch comments and feedback with you! Would you be able to do the same? If you want to read the rest of the is finished and on Kindle and paperback on Proceeds are going to mental health facilities and burn survivors. Would you support? I am so blessed to be able to help others with my story. I hope I will be able to stop even just one person from doing something drastic like I did. I will put your book on my wl and comment:) and even back your book. Hope for it in return? God bless:)! Bethany

Sandie Newman wrote 308 days ago   

Hiya, your book sounds excellent, I've just added it to my list and will be having a look shortly. All the very best, Sandie

kristylove wrote 414 days ago   

my name is miss Kristy i saw your profile and have interest in you i will give you my picture if you reply to me, I believe we can move from here.pls reply me on my email ID here ( not to the site,for more details

Dr. J wrote 696 days ago   

Dear Thomas : I hope you're still online because it is delightful to get to know other Christians on this site and "Saving Damascas" looks like a very good book. I'm glad see it :-).
Blessings, Pat "Break Free!"

David Isaacson wrote 726 days ago   

Dear Ptomer, grace be with you. I see that you are a Christian writer and felt you might want to take a look at my book, THE EVOLUTION OF ETERNITY, and hopefully back it. As someone commented, “I've never read a book like this before, but it's very fascinating!” Here is the link to the book: . I earnestly hope to hear from you. Thanks and blessings always!

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Paul Beattie wrote 784 days ago   

My new novel, 'Filthy Luca' has risen over 5000 places in under two weeks. Can I interest you in taking a look? I am, of course, happy to return all reads.

Many thanks. P

jlbwye wrote 788 days ago   

Well, the works of CS Lewis are one of my most frequently reads (I dont mean the Narnia stories, although I have enjoyed them in the past).

I cant pretend to offer fantasy or science fiction, but I believe my book has some philosophical messages...

May I introduce my book, Breath of Africa, which has been languishing in the 30’s for the past two months, and sorely needs a fresh boost?

It is a literary historical novel, some say with a feel of young adult romance, and all have remarked on its beautiful descriptive passages.

The period is the 1960’s – ‘80’s of Kenya’s turbulent history.

I enjoy reviewing books, so I will always return a read, and will of course go first if you're interested.


Andrew Hughes wrote 789 days ago   

Hi Thomas,

“Informers and blackmailers, phrenologists and dissectionists, lowlifes and murderers in early Victorian Dublin.”

I’d really appreciate it if you could have a look at the start of my first novel, The Morning Drop.

I’m happy to return the read.


Adeel wrote 790 days ago   

Please read my work and rate it overall:

BradyHardin wrote 800 days ago   

I invite you to read the first chapter of my book, “Duncan Ross.” If you don’t like it, that is fine. No gimmicks or pretentious requests. If you wish to read more, please do.

Brady Hardin, author of “Duncan Ross”

On an island where "Pilgrim's Progress" is shelved as a autobiography, a dangerous past lurks in the darkness, threatening the safety of those on the island and perhaps the entire world. Legends of monstrous snake-like creatures loom over the citizens of Haven Island as a mysterious red-skinned woman rises to power, claiming she may have a unique solution.

The compelling story is told through the eyes of a young hermit named Duncan "Stranger" Ross, who comes down from his hill after hearing about coming doom. Duncan learns to grow from a stranger to a friend, and from a friend to family. Finally, he fights for his life and those he grows to love.

This inspiring spiritual allegory explores salvation, friendship, grace, faith, and the danger trying to earn God's favor. The story mixes with exciting adventure, mystery, and suspense. Great for young-adult and adult readers.

Davidmauriceware wrote 804 days ago   

Hello gifted writer, I would like to take this time to personally invite you to read my book. If you enjoy it, please support my efforts by backing it. I will do a return read , and If I enjoy your work , I will back it. I have been on Authonomy since Jan 09, 2012 a lil over 3 weeks and my book has shot up the ranks to 313 place. My book has been quoted as being truly different from anything else here at authonomy in a good way. There is also a plus to you if you read, like and back my book. For one , your personal ratings as a talent scout are destined to improve, because my book has increased in rank daily. Okay now that I have done all I can to attract you to come read it. I will leave it at thank you kindly.

sassychick wrote 818 days ago   

Hello ptomer,

if you have the time i was just wondering if you could take a look at the first couple chapters of my novel and tell me what you think.
i read the pitch for your novel and it sounds like something i would be interested in reading. i would love to hear what you think of my novel and leave some feedback. i only have three chapters on this site since im new and a bit weary of placing the whole novel on site.

thank you for your consideration and just let me know if youd like me to return the favour of a read


MatthewBrenn wrote 819 days ago   


The world seems to have gone Thriller-mad, perhaps especially in the young-adult category. My book, "Orphan of Greenwich Village," is almost an anti-Thriller, but I still think it is a good read. I would appreciate it if you could take al look at it.


MIRO1K wrote 819 days ago   

Kia ora,

I spied that your book is YA and wondered if you'd like to join YARG - the young adult reading group -relaxed conditions, talented,helpful writers and a pirate theme -what's not to love!

Just post your details at the end of the thread if it takes your fancy.

Cousin Felicity and the Eels of Misty Point