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ndaye wrote 926 days ago   

(rafica_4ndaye@yahoo.com)
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Please rpely me with my email address here

( rafica_4ndaye@yahoo.com)

j.l. wood-miller wrote 1093 days ago   

Hello Heather & Natalie:

"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 just might laugh!

Take care,
-j.l. wood-miller

Daniel Delacy wrote 1237 days ago   

After one year on the site and over 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)

soutexmex wrote 1425 days ago   

I commented/backed your book 322 days ago - though my book has been on this site for over a year, I still can use comments to better my novel; please SHELVE it if you deem it worthy enough.

If you think you’ve already BACKED my book, I ask if you wouldn’t mind giving it several seconds on your shelf, as some people this week, who thought they’d previously backed it, had it finally registered in my activity feed. I understand if you don't have time to comment but I can use all BACKINGS in my position - cheers!

JC
The Obergemau Key

Francis Albert McGrath wrote 1455 days ago   

Hi staceybarmcake, this is just to say I BACKED your book previously. If you have time, and you feel my book is worth backing, I would appreciate your backing, as I am quite close to the ED, and in return I will give you an honest critique of your work in due course. Frank McGrath ("Artistic Licence" - a crime thriller "There can be few more accomplished thrillers than this on Authonomy")

Francis Albert McGrath wrote 1460 days ago   

Hi staceybarmcake, this is just to say I BACKED your book previously. If you have time, and you feel my book is worth backing, I would appreciate your backing, as I am quite close to the ED, and in return I will give you an honest critique of your work in due course. Frank McGrath ("Artistic Licence" - a crime thriller "There can be few more accomplished thrillers than this on Authonomy")

Francis Albert McGrath wrote 1477 days ago   

Hi staceybarmcake, this is just to say I BACKED your book a few weeks ago. If you have time, and you feel my book is worth backing, I would appreciate your backing, as I am quite close to the ED, and in return I will give you an honest critique of your work in due course. Frank McGrath ("Artistic Licence" - a crime thriller "There can be few more accomplished thrillers than this on Authonomy")

Francis Albert McGrath wrote 1477 days ago   

Hi staceybarmcake, this is just to say I BACKED your book a few weeks ago. If you have time, and you feel my book is worth backing, I would appreciate your backing, as I am quite close to the ED, and in return I will give you an honest critique of your work in due course. Frank McGrath ("Artistic Licence" - a crime thriller "There can be few more accomplished thrillers than this on Authonomy")

Francis Albert McGrath wrote 1487 days ago   

Hi staceybarmcake, this is just to say I BACKED your book a few days ago. If you have time, and you feel my book is worth backing, I would appreciate your backing, as I am quite close to the ED, and in return I will give you an honest critique of your work in due course. Frank McGrath ("Artistic Licence" - a crime thriller "There can be few more accomplished thrillers than this on Authonomy")

gillyflower wrote 1490 days ago   

Hi! Spring is coming, the daffodils are out, and I'm feeling good. So if you back my book, Belfast Girls, this week, I'll back yours. That's a promise!
Gerry

Francis Albert McGrath wrote 1491 days ago   

Hi Heather Taylor & Natalie, this is just to say I have BACKED your book. If you have time, and you feel my book is worth backing, I would appreciate your backing, as I am quite close to the ED, and in return I will give you an honest critique of your work in due course. Frank McGrath ("Artistic Licence" - a crime thriller "There can be few more accomplished thrillers than this on Authonomy"

Gunslinger wrote 1491 days ago   

Dear Writers, Readers, and Esteemed Sock-Puppets,

It was the 28th of December, 2005. Bush was still in office. Lehman Brothers were still in business. Britney and K-Fed were still together. And I began writing a story for my brother called “Value Systems” about an altruistic scientist trying to bring about world peace by strategically toppling global financial markets.

The idea was simple—take away the measuring stick for material worth by making rare things common; and in a world with blood diamonds, desserts topped with edible gold, and 3 million people dying each year from malaria, it kind of seemed like a no-brainer. I’ve been running with this idea ever since, and while it’s been through a lot of changes, the same basic notion has landed on the Editor’s Desk.

So, if you’re not one of the 1300 people who’ve already backed “Every Atom Belonging,” then perhaps you might take a few moments and judge for yourself whether it’s my spamming or my storytelling that has put “Atom” where it is today. April is almost here, and it’s up to you whether the Desk is about two-for one backings and social networking, or whether craftsmanship, a good yarn, and dare I say even a bit of substance have any part to play.

Thank you kindly for all your support.

Sincerely,

Dan McKinnis (aka Gunslinger)

Daniel Delacy wrote 1493 days ago   

Care to swap reads?

Apocalypse Then

Eve Thomas wrote 1495 days ago   

Hi there

I noticed we have submissions in the same category and wondered if you fancied swapping reads?

I welcome all comments be they good or bad.

Many thanks and have a happy Sunday

Eve Thomas
Choices

Dwayne Kavanagh wrote 1497 days ago   

Would you care to read some of my novel? Feedback is optional, but if you like it would you please give me a ride on your shelf?

'A Child's Wound'; my thriller novel, is not a safe story. People will feel strongly, and pick sides, as this is a controversial novel that challenges normal conventions, to the point where I know I will have to fight to justify myself to people who don't get it. Any time you do something new or different that's the case. ‘A Child’s wound’ was written from the POV of the killer, and not because I want you to see all the blood and guts, as there is touch of this as it’s a thriller novel, but not a lot; it’s because I want you to see the struggle and how broken the character is. People that have read the book empathize...the title says it all.

mikegilli wrote 1497 days ago   

hi there...!
I'm writing to invite you to exchange short comments,
your book for mine.........interested?
All the best with it........Mikegilli..........the Free

Gunslinger wrote 1498 days ago   

Okay. So, if you’re offended by spam, or if you’ve already backed “Every Atom Belonging,” then I do apologize.

But if you’re still with me, I’m sitting on the Editor’s Desk with 2 weeks to go, and I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t just a bit nervous about being #5.

I can’t offer you any special incentive to read my book. No 2 for 1 backings. No 10 for 1 backings. No instant comments. No gimmicks. Nothing. Well…almost nothing.

I guess what I can offer you, aside from a TSR under 20, is one kick-ass, holy mother of a ride -- a compelling sci-fi thriller, which (as one generous reader has put it) “reaches across the boundaries of populist and literary sensibilities.”

Stop on by and decide for yourself. I think you’ll find it’s worth your time.

http://authonomy.com/ViewBook.aspx?bookid=11531

Thank you very much for your help,
Dan McKinnis

Dawn De Remer wrote 1499 days ago   

SPAM********SPAM*******SPAM*****BETTER THAN GREEN EGGS and HAM!!!!

Kind of like Monty Python meets Dr. Suess! Lol

Read just 5 paragraphs of Golden Moon and...

...If it sparks you to back it, I will automatically back you. If you want to trade comments, let me know. I enjoy reading and commenting for people when it really matters to them.
Dawn De Remer

Nick Poole2 wrote 1544 days ago   

Hello!

I'm seeking readers and backers for my Mirror In The Sky.

If you comment on and/or back my book I will shelve your book (or any other book you nominate). I will shelve your book EVEN if you don't like my book enough to back it. So you can't lose!

If you would like me to comment on your book also, message me and I will do so

Nick

ElizaW wrote 1590 days ago   

Hello,
I'd love to swap reads. My book, Reckless Scarlett, is also Chick Lit. I'll try to give your book a read this week.
Thanks,
E-