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ubulord wrote 546 days ago   


"The Prince and the Singularity – A Circular Tale" is a book with one big advantage, one only needs to read the first 40 lines to know whether one is going to like the story or not. If after the first 40 lines you're not hooked, no need to bother reading the rest.

Hi. Just noticed your bookshelf is empty. If you read what's available about the way ratings are calculated, you'll find out that having an empty bookshelf has a bad effect on YOUR own ratings (the guys who made the site aren't dumb!). Now, just to help you, I thought you could put "The Prince and the Singularity - A Circular Tale" on your bookshelf, while you think which books you really want there. Aren't I a nice guy? Also having an empty bookshelf irritates other people on this site and they won't vote for your book.

KirkH wrote 881 days ago   

Hi,
I hope you can get a chance to read parts of my college caper crime story that takes place at the Oktoberfest.
Thanks
Kirk
"How to Steal a Lion"

ndaye wrote 922 days ago   

(rafica_4ndaye@yahoo.com)
My name is rafica i saw your profile today at (authonomy.com) 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 (rafica_4ndaye@yahoo.com) 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

( rafica_4ndaye@yahoo.com)

j.l. wood-miller wrote 1085 days ago   

Hello Mr. Young:

"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

Name failed moderation wrote 1166 days ago   

annaweah55@yahoo.co.uk
Hello,
My name is anna i saw your profile at (www.authonomy.com) and i love it i think we can click so please i will like you to email me back through my email address thus:(annaweah55@yahoo.co.uk)
.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.

Bradley Haynes wrote 1199 days ago   

Hi Inzie - Are you upto reading a chapter of The Tides of Time - Book 1 - and I'll read a chapter of yours?
Thanks
Bradley Haynes (Tricia)

Daniel Delacy wrote 1232 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)

Dan Manole wrote 1239 days ago   

Good day!
Please excuse my rudeness, but I wanted to ask you if you could consider sampling my book: The Cursed Planet Chronicles. I’m a young writer and this is my first project, and I’ve worked hard to see my creation complete. If it interests you and if you could support it in any way, I would really appreciate it and promise to support your book as well.
Thank you!
Manole Dan

Benjamin Dancer wrote 1270 days ago   

There are only a few days left, and I could really use your help to stay on the editor’s desk and in the top five. I’d be grateful if you’d consider backing my novel Fidelity, and I’d be happy to return any read requests you might have. Ch 27 is succinct (a few hundred words) and captures the style and premise of my piece--if you’re short on time, that’s a good place to go. Thank you.

Melcom wrote 1274 days ago   

Hi Chris, thanks for the message. Yes, I've published on Kindle without an agent although an agent has IJ on her desk at the moment I was keen to see how my book would be received and I must say I'm pretty pleased with the reslts so far after being 'live' for only a week.
There is a thread on the forums about withholding tax but some people are saying that both kindle and smashwords have got round this, I've yet to find out.

hope that answers your questions.

Good luck
Mel

HanyHash wrote 1277 days ago   

Hi Chris, if you have some time to spare, please take a look at my book Born To Be. I am currently editing it but your comments and backing would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, Hanyxxx

Bocri wrote 1279 days ago   

Chris, I'll gladly read and provide a worthwhile comment on Pilots if you'll invest the same effort in The Tuzla Run. Deal? Bocri

Melcom wrote 1281 days ago   

Hi, Inzie,

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 just for fellow authonomites, it will be available on promotion for just 99cents or the equivalent in pence at the following link http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0045UA6F0

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.

http://uploader.convey2me.com/

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

Good luck with your own endeavours.

Melxx

Colin Normanshaw wrote 1298 days ago   

Chris. Would you like to do a swap read?
I enjoy reviewing all genres on this site, even those that I would not normally choose to read, and always seek to provide constructive comments.
If you feel able to look at “Absence Fallacy” in return please let me know, and I will place your book on my list. It is a romantic comedy set in 1980s England - a novel of gentle observational humour.
If you have already backed/commented on my book, please accept my apologies. It is sometimes hard to keep track of everything you have seen on here!
Thanks,
Colin

Colin Normanshaw wrote 1298 days ago   

Chris. Would you like to do a swap read?
I enjoy reviewing all genres on this site, even those that I would not normally choose to read, and always seek to provide constructive comments.
If you feel able to look at “Absence Fallacy” in return please let me know, and I will place your book on my list. It is a romantic comedy set in 1980s England - a novel of gentle observational humour.
If you have already backed/commented on my book, please accept my apologies. It is sometimes hard to keep track of everything you have seen on here!
Thanks,
Colin

klouholmes wrote 1326 days ago   

Hi Chris , Have you looked at The Swan Bonnet? If you can take a few minutes and see if you can support it for the Ed’s Desk, it would be much appreciated. A second thanks in case you’ve already shelved it. :) - Katherine

Bocri wrote 1328 days ago   

Hello Chris, writing the book is the easy, and most enjoyable, part. Uploading is a bit convoluted but not impossible. The degree of difficulty, however, increases when trying to get others to read it. To get backing, and preferably with comments, is an accomplishment. You need the tenacity & thick skin of a door to door salesman. So, knock knock! Would you care to exchange reads? (And yes, this is Spam.) Thanks for your time. Bocri

Elijah Enyereibe Iwuji wrote 1329 days ago   

Hey Chris,

This mindblowing piece of work of yours, is on my shelf for another read before I post my comment. Goodluck.

Scott Toney wrote 1329 days ago   

Hi Inzie. I was wondering if you might spare the time to take a look at my book “The Ark of Humanity”? Here’s the pitch; God flooded the earth to annihilate humanity's sins. What if that sinful race didn't die when floodwaters covered them but instead adapted to breathe water? I will return any reads/backings.

Thanks and have a great day!
Scott Toney

CarolinaAl wrote 1329 days ago   

I enjoyed your story and put it on my shelf. I hope you check mine out.