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fidelia20 wrote 102 days ago   


Greeting From Fidelia
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Thanks your new friend
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fati ahmed wrote 196 days ago   


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EBUE wrote 204 days ago   






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anada wrote 237 days ago   

Hi love I saw your profile today and love to contact you,I have something important to tell you. Here is my email,(maryanada69@yahoo.co.uk) you can write to me direct with this address.
Be confidence and hope to be good friend,i will be appreciate you if you can contact me straight to my email box.
Have a nice day
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Brian Bandell wrote 402 days ago   

Hi Raechel,

You previously commented on my novel Mute. I recently posted Famous After Death and I'm looking for feedback.

The story:

Everything else has gone viral, so why not murder? Three Miami teenagers turn victims into web celebrities.

http://authonomy.com/books/50152/famous-after-death/

Let me know if I could help you with something.

Best regards,

Brian Bandell

kristylove wrote 410 days ago   

Hello,
my name is miss Kristy i saw your profile and have interest in you i will give you my picture if you reply to me, I believe we can move from here.pls reply me on my email ID here (kristylovebemba@yahoo.com) not to the site,for more details

Stark Silvercoin wrote 414 days ago   

Hi Everyone,

I wanted to say “Thank You!” to everyone who helped get Old Number Seven to the desk this month. When I originally came to Authonomy three years ago, I thought my novel was pretty good. But all of you helped me out in ways both big and small, and that enabled me to make very effective rewrites. I hardly recognize the book today compared to what it was back then. I’m grateful beyond words as I offer up ON7 to the Authonomy gods for review. If HC ends up publishing it, all of you are in some way responsible. I hope you see it as our victory. I know I do.

As you fly away to help other deserving authors, I would like to humbly suggest that you read over a few of my favorites. If you enjoyed Old Number Seven, I think you will like these as well.

The Fortune of Annacara by Kay Christine Fenton is a hauntingly beautiful historical tale of love, loss and hardship on the American Frontier. Fenton has the ability to bring readers right down into the heart of her dusty world. One of the best! http://authonomy.com/books/652/the-fortune-of-annacara/

The Cross of Goa by Laurence Howard is a religious-themed thriller that will surly give The Da Vinci Code a thrashing. http://authonomy.com/books/16306/the-cross-of-goa/

Last Tango for Che by Elina Castro Almeyra is a true story set in the hotbed of revolutionary Argentina by a woman who has seen it all. http://authonomy.com/books/33945/last-tango-for-che/

Snow Bound by Justis Call is a psychological thriller featuring a main character as unique as the book’s author. It’s hard to describe, but easy to love. http://authonomy.com/books/31436/snow-bound/

Last but not least, Tales from the Top by Toppy gives a dog’s eye view of the world. One of the cleverest animal-centered books I’ve read, you’ll love this one from nose to tail. http://authonomy.com/books/32444/tales-from-the-top/

Keep in touch, my friends. I wish you all every success.

Kind Regards,

John Breeden II
Old Number Seven

joymab1 wrote 417 days ago   



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My name is Joy, a young caring girl i saw your contact on http://authonomy.com and i want to have a
good relationship with you, please i need your cooperation,you can contact me with my email address,
so that i will give you my pictures and tell you more about me
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am yours Joy.
thanks,
Joy
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joymab wrote 423 days ago   





Hello,
My name is Joy, a young caring girl i saw your contact on authonomy.com and i want to have a
good relationship with you, please i need your cooperation,you can contact me with my email address,
so that i will give you my pictures and tell you more about me
(joymabou13@yahoo.com )
am yours Joy.
thanks,
Joy

Confucius Disciple wrote 485 days ago   

Hi,
This is Andrew Wright, author of KNEE. I'm wondering if you might be able to take a look at my work, and leave your precious comments, if you have time. Any opinions, positive or negative, will be highly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Have a good day, and thanks for your time.

Kind regards,
Andrew Wright

Confucius Disciple wrote 485 days ago   

Hi,
This is Andrew Wright, author of KNEE. I'm wondering if you might be able to take a look at my work, and leave your precious comments, if you have time. Any opinions, positive or negative, will be highly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Have a good day, and thanks for your time.

Kind regards,
Andrew Wright

Lenny Banks wrote 493 days ago   

Hi Intriguing, I'm reading through books on the site, I got to you and nothings posted. Any chance you can take a look at mine and let me know when and if yours is up and I will be first in the queue?
Kind Regards
Lenny Banks
Tide and Time: At The Rock / Take Care: On The Rock

Jay O'Maille wrote 499 days ago   

Juggelby Bungleton abandons a land of want for a land of plenty, only to find it is less and more than what it seems...

The Bungletons live in The Geldings, a small village on the coast of Eidolon. Hilda, an antique dealer in the middle of a slow season, comes across an advertisement while reading The Gelding Quotidian, their local newspaper. A rich old man in Gradighed, in the city of Rathunas, is offering an unusually large sum of money for an antique chest. Basil comes home and gives Hilda the bad news: his place of employment is shutting down. Work is scarce. Times are tough. Something must give. Basil is sick of gruel and seeks to drown his sorrows in a feast. Hilda seeks to accommodate him. She searches the pantry and finds not a crumb of food, but she finds something else, something she doesn't remember being there, under a pile of boxes: an antique chest. It meets exactly the description in the advertisement. She writes the old man and the old man writes back, inviting her family to the land of plenty, and even paying their way in advance. With their son Juggelby, they're off to Rathunas...

Care for more? Go to my homepage and give it a read! I trust if you like it perhaps you'll rate it and shelf it as well!

Thanks in advance and best of wishes,

Jay O'Maille - The Geldings of Eidolon

HarryLang wrote 499 days ago   

Hi Rachael,

I hope you're well. I just wanted to offer up 3 sound reasons why you should have a gander at my book, Parabolic:-

1/ It's 'awesome', 'terrific', 'fab', 'debauched' and 'very funny' according to some of the 70+ positive reviews on here.
2/ I've been stuck at number 50 in the charts for weeks and fear I might atrophy if left there too much longer
3/ My spiritual guru Prahbuddha Singh III told me in a séance that a girl with a name begining with 'R' would eulogize the book and one day it would generate world peace*.

Here it is:- http://authonomy.com/books/35255/parabolic/

Let me know what you think of the prologue & chapter 1.
All comments, stars & backing are hugely celebrated in my pokey office in middle Gibraltar.

Many thanks,

Harry

*May be an exaggeration. Or possibly entirely made up.

princessjobe wrote 501 days ago   

Hello
my name is princess
i saw your profile today and became interested in you, i will like to know you the more, and i want you to send an email to my mail so that i can give you my picture for you to know whom i am. Here is my email address [princessjobe98@yahoo.com] I believe we can move from here. I am waiting for your reply in my mail don't send it in the site.
[Remember the distance or color does not matter but love matters allot in life]
[princessjobe98@yahoo.com]

lilian wrote 507 days ago   

HELLO
How are you today, I hope all is well with you. I am sorry to worry you with my Proposal for a relationship with you, but I know that you will grant my request in good faith and understanding, My name is Lilian, I just went Through your profile today and I have no options than letting you Know that I am interested in having a relationship with you, I will also like to Know you the more, I can send you more details about my self Including my picture. please contact me with this my Private mail (liliandokie77700@yahoo.com) I believe we can move from here. But bear in mind that Love has no colors barrier, no educational back ground barrier, no scion-economic Barrier, religious, language, nationality or distance barrier, the only important Thing there is love. I am waiting for your mail to my email address (liliandokie77700@yahoo.com) Yours Lilian

miacia7 wrote 601 days ago   

This is my first book, the death of my son gave me the strength to start writing it. It is all real, but sometimes, it reads as a fiction. Incredible stories, sad and funny.Please take the time to check it out and give me very needed feedback and a little help to get noticed by the publishers. Thank you

miacia7 wrote 632 days ago   

My life sounds like fiction, I know. I wanted to make a book out of it for years now, but the death of my son made me start this adventure. Please take a look, give me some feedback and a lot of help to be able to reach a publisher and help a lot of people. Thank you

Brian Bandell wrote 646 days ago   

Hi Raechel,

When you commented on my novel Mute last year, you said: "Great pacing, great characterizations, great plot, great writing! Man, you blew this out of the water!"

Great news! Now Silver Leaf Books has released it on Amazon Kindle.

A refresher about the story:

A detective’s love for an orphaned girl witness has her turning a blind eye to evidence that could stop a wave of unnatural murders.

Now you can read to the thrilling ending. Check it out:

http://tinyurl.com/874vpyz

To show my appreciation for authors like you who helped me along the way, I listed by favorite Authonomy books on my blog:

http://brianbandell.blogspot.com/2012/06/my-favorite-books-from-emerging-authors.html

I hope you enjoy my work. If you ever need my input, just drop me a line.

Best regards,

Brian Bandell
Mute

stello wrote 687 days ago   


Hello,
I visited your profile at (www.authonomy.com) and I find out that you're
the type my heart love, I believe we suit for real love, let walk that
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I am waiting for the love.
I am,
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