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ndaye wrote 925 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


Name failed moderation wrote 1172 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.

mikegilli wrote 1233 days ago   

hiya Craig
I'm just re-visiting The NY Diaries
to give the book a heavy Starring.
Can you do the same for The Free
(only if it's one star don't bother.)
Also I'd be happy to comment on request
best luck......... mikegilli

Daniel Delacy wrote 1245 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)

Melcom wrote 1289 days ago   

Hi, Craig,

In the past you were kind enough to help Impeding Justice on its journey to the Ed’s desk, where it received an excellent review.

This week I have uploaded my book on Amazonkindle and for two weeks only it will be available on promotion for just 99cents or the equivalent in pence at the following link

I don’t know if you are aware but kindle can be downloaded to your pc for free.

I would also like to take this opportunity to announce the arrival of a brand new website specifically set up to showcase new authors, either by promoting their published books or putting their work out there to be discovered by agents or publishing houses.

Feel free to contact me for further information on either topic.

Good luck with your own endeavours.


Karen louise wrote 1292 days ago   

I am not an author myself and am here purely as a fan of literature but I fully endorse David James Pickering's books (djp), especially 'convergence' which I think you will find a thrilling and compelling read. If you would give his a look then I shall be happy to read yours and of course back you if I enjoy the story.
Thank you and good luck,

P.S you should also check out ‘the Civil Unrest’ -

Kittenkel wrote 1303 days ago   

Hello, would you like to swap reads? My psychological thriller is called ‘Social Threatworking’ and I’d love to know what you think if you have the time.
I’m a big fan of America-themed novels so I look forward to taking a look at yours!

Benjamin Dancer wrote 1334 days ago   

You’re probably aware that I read and backed your book in July. I’d be grateful if you’d consider backing my novel Fidelity. Thanks.

Benjamin Dancer wrote 1347 days ago   

You’re probably aware that I enjoyed and backed one of your books in July. If you’d consider backing my novel Fidelity, I’d be happy to return the read for your other book. Thank you.

Benjamin Dancer

thebobster wrote 1352 days ago   

Hi. How about a read swap? I will take a look at your book "Together Again" if you will take a look at my friend Ian Kraft's book "The Freel of Streel." Just let me know.

Bob/ Rob/ Bobby/ whatever

Benjamin Dancer wrote 1357 days ago   

What does it take to get an experienced authonomy user like you to consider my book? Not simply the fact I liked and backed yours--because if that were so, you would have peeked at mine awhile ago. Or maybe I’m not aware it's on your watchlist.

Whatever the case may be, I'd be grateful to have your considered opinion. Thanks and good luck with your book!

Benjamin Dancer

Johanna Kern wrote 1374 days ago   


Thank you for backing my book. It was my greatest pleasure to back and comment on yours.

My best wishes of success with getting your wonderful book published!

Johanna Kern xxx
Master and the Green-Eyed Hope

Star777 wrote 1374 days ago   

I am just here to support another writer that i believe in. If she gets your backing, then you will get mine as well. Let me know when you put Suzanna E. Nelson books on your shelf, I will back you.

Johanna Kern wrote 1377 days ago   


Can I entice you to have a quick look at Master and the Green-Eyed Hope? If you have no time for reading - backing alone would be greatly appreciated - and I will happily back your fine work in return :)

Wishing you great success in everything!

Johanna Kern
Master and the Green-Eyed Hope

Benjamin Dancer wrote 1378 days ago   

Craig Brown, Together Again: A momentary memoir is on my shelf. I would be grateful if you’d consider Fidelity. Best of luck to you and your writing. Stay centered and sane; it seems crazy in here at times.

Benjamin Dancer

Micheal O'Durcain wrote 1393 days ago   

Hi craig
If you like a good murder mystery and a feisty female detective
you’ll enjoy Murder on the Menu. It’s an easy pleasurable story.
I of course always return reads.
Micheal O’Durcain
Murder on the Menu

soutexmex wrote 1410 days ago   

Do apologize for contacting you like this but I commented/backed your book 28 days ago; in the busy world of Authonomy and your real life, if you have not commented back I can certainly understand. If you do not have the time to comment or have already backed it, I ask only for a 3 second spin on your shelf as sometimes the backings do not register the first time. Thank you and cheers, mate!

The Obergemau Key

Strayer wrote 1410 days ago   

There's a typo in chapter 2, the word is bagel. Didn't want to put it in comments as it's like showing one's knickers to strangers.
It is very confusing to drive in New Jersey. One reason is because they never planned a road system but just kept adding on to the roads, a bit at a time. I do think the planners had a secret pleasure in making drivers go in circles.

Dwayne Kavanagh wrote 1422 days ago   

Hi Craig, if you haven't back me yet this is the month to do it. I am trying to make it to the EDs desk in June.

I'm currently ranked 56 (my TSR is 55) and I have over 400+ reviews. Would it be possible for you to give my book 'A Child's Wound' a read? If you like it, could you place me on your shelf and give me a ride? Please leave a small comment if you can...the comments help too!

Here's a link to my book trailer if you'd like to have look...

All the best luck!


Luk7 wrote 1424 days ago   

Hi Craig. Surprised NY Diaries not doing better - but others here have opened separate accounts for diff books - worth thinking about? Luk