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j.l. wood-miller wrote 1072 days ago   

Hello Mr. Bryer:

“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 1233 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)

Wild Mother Lightning wrote 1281 days ago   

Hi,

I was wondering if I could interest you in taking a peak, at my book?

Any comments or support would be gratefully received.

Thanks,

Natalie.

Dwayne Kavanagh wrote 1459 days ago   

I'm currently ranked 68 (my TSR is 32) and I have over 310+ reviews. I could really use your help as I'm going to try to make the editors desk in April/May. 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...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IuOhylkGr_0

All the best and good luck!

Cheers,
Dwayne

Daniel Delacy wrote 1493 days ago   

Care to swap reads?

Apocalypse Then

ElizaW wrote 1570 days ago   

Philip,
I was just about to log off when I saw the short pitch of your book on the "pitch me" section. Sounds great. When I log back in tomorrow or the next day, I'll give it read.

Best of luck.
El
(Reckless Scarlett)

JANVIER wrote 1738 days ago   

hello Philip,

I am w/listing your book for comment shortly. I think it has a promising story. Mine is Flash of the Sun. Would you mind swapping reads and comments?
All the best.

Janvier (FLASH OF THE SUN )

DMC wrote 1759 days ago   

Hiya
Welcome to Authonomy!

Just thought I’d let you know we have a Thread in the Forums for new members. You can cut and paste this into your browser: http://www.authonomy.com/Forum/Posts.aspx?threadId=23283

Plus there's a thread where we can ask the Site Administrator questions.
http://www.authonomy.com/Forum/Posts.aspx?threadId=23247

And if you’re interested, here’s my book - Green Ore:
http://www.authonomy.com/ViewBook.aspx?bookid=8112

Hope you enjoy!
David

Riva wrote 1772 days ago   

Hi Philip. Welcome to authonomy. I was browsing through the new books and came across yours. Thought I'd take a look, and before I knew it had read 2 chapters. I've put it on my w/l to come back to and will send you my comments as soon as I've read some more. Might be a day or so. Best of luck with your writing.

Riva

Keith G wrote 1773 days ago   

Philip,

I noticed your book “None of Your Business” and it sounds kind of interesting; I’d be glad to read it if you’ll return the favor—as simple as that. I’ve got a novel “Semper-Fi-Do-Or-Die,” a book about the Marine Corps, and four books of short stories, which are: “Muhammad’s Revenge,” “Cowboys and Indians,” “Streetlife” and “Bad Medicine.” All these books have stories written towards a central theme: in “Muhammad’s Revenge” it is war, politics and religion; in “Cowboys and Indians” it is the terrible plight that the American Indian has suffered at the hands of a bureaucratic, capitalistic band of thieves and renegades (a.k.a. politicians); in “Streetlife” it is the plight of those Americans that have fallen between the cracks and why our society is unraveling in such a horrific manner and has been since its inception and in “Bad Medicine” it is the absolute insanity known as: “Capitalism rules all,” including health-care in America. There are stories in all of these books—except “Semper-Fi”—that are between five or ten pages long and take less than five or ten minutes to read. Surely you can spare five or ten minutes of your time and I will reciprocate that or longer to read what it takes me to of your book—to shelf it or not. Deal …?

Peace,

Keith G.

Elijah Enyereibe Iwuji wrote 1773 days ago   

Hi Philip,
Welcome to Athonomy! Would you like to read about the victims of african wealth? Maybe a swap?

Phil Rowan wrote 1773 days ago   

Hi Philip - I like your pitch on None of Your Business. Would you be up for a swap read with Weimar Vibes? Phil

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