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Kenneth Edward Lim wrote 10 days ago   

Peter,
Just to let you know that "The North Korean" is now on Amazon/kindle http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00JK13FK2
just as it is at smashwords https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/420795

Best.
Kenneth

David Olawoyin wrote 11 days ago   

Dear Bradpete, thanks very much for backing THE EVOLUTION ETERNITY. I do really appreciate it and it would be my honor to look at your work also.
I took a peek at your bio, and I must say that my experience with autho was been quite similar; and yes, I saw seen some give up and walk away. But I have, for want of a better alternative, stuck it out, and I am keeping the hope alive. I could say that I should have made the ED by now, but I have had little control over the system, but I keep on hoping for the best, and hoping for backers like you to help me out.
Thanks again.

tone099 wrote 12 days ago   

Hi Peter,

Thank you for backing my book, "Soft Comes the Wolf".

I appreciate your support. Your thriller looks interesting, I will have to dip into it when I get the chance.

Respectfully,

Tone Martin
"Soft Comes the Wolf"

Chris Bostic wrote 12 days ago   

Hi Peter,

Thank you for placing Poisonwood Key on your shelf. I really appreciate your support.

All the best,
-Chris

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Kenneth Edward Lim wrote 29 days ago   

Peter,
How are things in your neck of the woods? My book "The North Korean" is now available in full-length at smashwords, nicely cheap for mass consumption. Click on https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/420795
for easy access. If possible, could you click on "review" and leave a brief comment?

Best.
Kenneth

tone099 wrote 32 days ago   

My name is Peter Reich, special investigator to the Pope and former captain of the Swiss Guard.

I need your help.

A few months ago, I was approached by a young Spanish woman who claimed to have evidence of a U.S.-led plot to assassinate the Pope and take control of the Vatican.

My son is dead. My wife is missing. And my only friend has turned against me.

I am alone and in hiding.

I do not trust anyone, perhaps I can trust you.

This is my story.

http://authonomy.com/books/57265/soft-comes-the-wolf/read-book/#chapter

AliyaM.books wrote 32 days ago   

Hi! Would you be interested in a book swap? Mila takes place during 43 AD when Rome conquered Britain, taking hostage a young mother, Mila, and selling her as a gladiator. After surviving a battle in the arena that was supposed to end her life by using the fencing skills her father taught her when she was young, Mila's master Servius Mummius Philo decides to make her a deal. If she fights for him and wins back his status as an entertainer, he will grant her freedom so she can find her son. Mila agrees, not knowing that in order to win her freedom, she'll have to win the respect of her fellow gladiators, reject a lovers advance, and unveil lies that could end her chances of finding her son once and for all...

patio wrote 33 days ago   

tHANK YOU SO MUCH. MY BOOK WAS ONE, NOW SLID TO FIVE. ITS SO NOT FAIR

LiveinPI wrote 38 days ago   

This is Mrs. B. If you have a sense of humor please give my story a read in L.W. O'Neill's short story collection."Three Pigs in NYC"... enjoy... OR ELSE.... LOL... LW O

J. T. Gordon wrote 40 days ago   

Thanks for the backing. I'll add you to my WL and do a return read.

leelah wrote 41 days ago   

Thank you so much, Peter:) I am thrilled to see Healing Crisis on your shelf
love
Leelah

Steve Clark wrote 43 days ago   

Peter, just a quick note to let you know that All The Pretty Dresses was published Feb. 9th (New Horizons Press/Publishers). I took the last half of the book down and was concerned that you may not have had a chance to finish. I'd be happy to give you a Smashwords promo code that will allow to download the whole book for free. Just let me know. If you like it, I'd greatly appreciate a positive review on Amazon and Goodreads. Hope all is well with you,

Steve

Spilota wrote 52 days ago   

Hi again,
I've read a few chapters of Conscience and have realised I looked at it a LONG time ago, when I had a different username. It's an interesting way of telling a story but as I'm sure you're aware, the difficulty in using multiple first person narrators is in giving them all a different 'voice'. But it looks like a good story coming up, so I'm keeping it on my WL.
Bests,
Spilota

Spilota wrote 53 days ago   

Will do, it's on my WL.
Spilota

Spilota wrote 56 days ago   

Thank you, the backing is much appreciated.
I always like to look at the book(s) of anyone who comments or backs my book. Which of your books would you prefer me to read? I can promise a message or comment, but I cannot promise a backing. :-)
Bests,
Spilota

Raymond Crane wrote 94 days ago   

It would indeed be a pleasure to receive a good review from you, this would be to counter the terrible reviews my work, THE BEACH has received. You may perhaps direct your attention to the last chapter. As a matter of fact I narrate with more tell than show, but that's my style. With respect, and you have been on my B/S for many months, please respond. I am in no hurry.

Thanx R

Rob Bassett wrote 96 days ago   

Hi Brad
Hope you are well.
I've just returned. Has anyone apart from Miranda in 2009 ever been published?

Steve Clark wrote 102 days ago   

Peter, I've just read several chapter of Conscious. I had a ball. I love your gritty, very real characters. Seven chapters in, I already look forward to the wedding, which is sure to be a very interesting place to be. I hope you'll take a look at my book, All The Pretty Dresses. I think you'll enjoy it. I'm also sending along a friend request. I'd like to hear more about why you left this site for a while.

Thanks,
Steve Clark

Ornithograph wrote 103 days ago   

Hi Bradpete!

Mark Twain wrote a short story about meeting his own conscience. It looks like a moldy, dwarf copy of himself.
The encounter doesn't go well.

I've always admired how Lady Macbeth develops a conscience AFTER all that beautiful talk of having the courage to commit a crime. Meanwhile, Macbeth himself is losing his conscience.

It is good to hear that you are giving Authonomy another chance. This is my fifth month; i have kept my dewy-eyed expression and innocent charm.

So far; but tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow, who knows?

Thank you for backing my book!