Stafford and Melton's messages

click here to leave a message

ndayery wrote 894 days ago   

My name is rafica i saw your profile today at ( 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 ( 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


ndaye wrote 928 days ago   

My name is rafica i saw your profile today at ( 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 ( 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


Eponymous Rox wrote 983 days ago   

Hullo there, Ladies! I'm still a reader on Authonomy scouting for new authors to promote on my website, but I've uploaded a manuscript now as well. 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!


Dwayne Kavanagh wrote 1010 days ago   

Hi Amanda/Melissa,

Help ‘A Killer’s Kind’ stay on the desk.... In Grants Pass, an eight-year-old boy is kidnapped and forced to live with the serial killer that murdered his family.

Christopher was all set to live a normal life, but he didn’t know he’d lose his father and then a sociopath would murder the rest of his family. Malcolm abducted Christopher to share a secret—the same secret that has defiled the town's reputation for over a hundred years

Kathy Locke is completely unaware that the town’s secret connects her to Christopher. She's too busy trying to get away from a mother that buries herself in drugs and alcohol to avoid the truth. In a drunken rage, she lashes out at Kathy who ends up in the Emergency Room, where a sympathetic doctor uncovers the family's dirty secret.

A Killer's Kind is a Psychological Thriller about a boy and his courage to outwit the man that shattered his life.

I look forward to hearing your thoughts.


Favourlove wrote 1054 days ago   

Complements of the day to you.
I am Favour how are you, hope you are fine and in perfect condition of health. I went through your profile and I read it and took interest in it, if you don't mind I will like to know you much better,this is my email ( I came online to look for a true and loving man that is ready for a true, honest and loving relationship and will be able to take good care of me if you are the kind of man am talking about then send me a mail now on my private email included, so that I will tell you all about myself. Looking forward to hearing from you, thanks and God bless. ( Best Regards

j.l. wood-miller wrote 1097 days ago   

Hello Amanda & Melissa:

"An Unfinished Innocence" explores adulterous alcoholic substance-abusing schizophrenic author/academic/columnist and inadvertent serial killer, Brendan Dogge, and his search for redemption with the help of a small boy and a three-legged dog. A typical love story.

Title: An Unfinished Innocence
Author: j.l. wood-miller

You may enjoy it!

Take care,
-j.l. wood-miller

weah22 wrote 1179 days ago
My name is anna i saw your profile at ( and i love it i think we can click so please i will like you to email me back through my email address thus:(
.so that i will tell you more about me and where i from and also send you my picture for you to know me to well.Awaiting to see your lovely reply soonest.

Miss anna.

Ivan Amberlake wrote 1186 days ago   

“The Beholder” is an elaborate thriller filled with mystery, suspense and romanticism. It centers on the idea that everything is guided by the supreme force, the force that sets everything in motion. The main character of the book gets the gift of influencing reality, though he doesn’t know about it until horrible things start occurring in his life.

“The Beholder” needs your support and faith. If you feel like considering it, you are welcome!!!

If you need my support, I may comment on your book (the first three chapters) and star rate it within a week. I always support those who support me.

Ivan Amberlake “The Beholder”

cerbius wrote 1189 days ago   

Hi Guys, final plea for you to support The Firelord's Crown this month then I'll leave you in peace. :)
It's been 'bumped' off the desk once already. Jim doesn't like spam but I am not so proud!
Best wishes for your own writing.

HECROW55 wrote 1197 days ago   

Good day fellow writer and child of God,
You have been 5* today.

A good mystery must always involve who, what, where, why, when, and how. This is certainly true about the collections of books that make up the bible, the greatest mystery ever. One of the mysteries that it contains is whether or not Jesus committed transgression(s) against the commandments and laws Moses gave. He stood trail before Pilate accused by the Chief Priests and Elders of sedition and subverting the people to uprising.

Standing before Pontius Pilate who threatens to condemn him to be crucified, Jesus of Nazareth stood silent. It was written that he would do this in Isaiah 53:7. Would there be evidence that could have been presented to save Christ from this suffering? As Abel's blood cried out to God after Cain had slain him, the blood of Christ calls out to us from scripture in his defense.

This manuscript presents the testimonial evidence that proves which leads to conviction that Christ was innocent of any transgression of the law of Moses. To believe it - this is a must read.

Hope you will find the time to take a gander at this exegesis and possibly * and back.

If this is a repeat of a former request, please forgive the intrudence. Must advertise to sell.

Yours in Christ

M. A. McRae. wrote 1203 days ago   

Hello Amanda and Melissa,
I had the pleasure of reading and backing your book some months ago, but now I’m asking a favour. I am making a serious bid for the desk – now - in January. I'm asking that if you think my book good enough, you put it on your shelf and leave it as long as possible. Win or lose, I plan to return to normal life after 1st February. This site also has a lot to offer those of us who never reach the desk.
Thank you if you say yes, no worries if you don't.
Have a Happy New Year. Marj.

Elizabeth Wolfe wrote 1207 days ago   

Dear Amanda and Melissa,
Happy New Year! And thank you so much for your past backing and support. My book, MEMORIES OF GLORY, is a psychological story of a troubled teenage girl, set in 1968. She sees the world changing all around her, and wonders when her turn for independence and power will come. Times may have changed, but the inner minds of teenage girls remain a mystery! Perhaps this book helps shed some light.

I’m currently ranked number 3. Which is completely fabulous – I’m so excited! But staying in the top 5 is going to be a challenge (I started this month at number 2 and have already been bumped!) I am writing to ask, since you so kindly backed my book before, would you please re-back it and keep it on your shelf for as long as you can? In return, I promise to re-back your book in the upcoming months once I’ve reached the editorial desk. I plan to stay on authonomy and support you and all my friends who have written such amazing books.

I don’t mean to offend - if this message annoys you, I hope you will just ignore it.

Thank you. I would greatly appreciate your help and support.

PS Visit me on my blog at

crazy mama wrote 1214 days ago   

You wrote a very favorable comment for me some time ago and I'm hoping you'll remember my work and consider rebacking it under the new system. Your continued support would be most appreciated. Thank you very much.

Beval wrote 1226 days ago   

You were kind enough to back “Jabin” under the old system. I wonder if you would be prepared to take a second look and perhaps consider rating it or backing it under the new system.
I would be very grateful.

Daniel Delacy wrote 1226 days ago   

Fellow History Lover. If you get the chance during this busy season please take a moment to look at Apocalypse Then. If you like it I would be very grateful for any support in my attempt to put this work of Historical Fiction on the desk. Please accept my apologies if I have messaged you already but it's very competitive this month. Merry Christmas to you all.

Daniel Delacy wrote 1247 days ago   

After one year on the site and nearly 700 reviews, I have accepted many of the suggestions (sometimes, I admit, through gritted teeth) and Apocalypse Then is now fully edited. I believe it is ready for the desk and ask, If you find the time, that you take a look at it. If you then believe that it is good enough, please consider placing it on your desk. All the best DD ;o)

cerbius wrote 1253 days ago   

Hi, happy to have supported your book :)
I am trying to drum up support for The Firelord's Crown by my friend Jim Darcy. If you could spare a few minutes to read a bit then comment and * rate it, that would be brilliant. If you like it then please consider giving it some shelf space.
Many thanks and best wishes for your writing too. :)

crazy mama wrote 1266 days ago   

You supported my story awhile back and left me a great comment. Will you please consider a rebacking under the new ranking system? I'd really appreciate your support. Thank you most kindly.

Daniel Delacy wrote 1283 days ago   

First came Apocalypse Then

Now comes the sequel

Apocalypse Then Part Two

Care to swap reads? :o)

MickR wrote 1302 days ago   

A & M,
I backed your book some time ago.
I am trying to hold my spot in the top 5.
I could really use you help, If you read, and comment or back The Nightcrawler I will of course return the read.
Thank you for taking the time to consider my request,
MickR – The Nightcrawler