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Joshua Lane

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tone099 wrote 145 days ago

My name is Peter Reich, special investigator to the Pope and former c....

Software wrote 596 days ago

Hello Joshua, Hope you are well. Maybe you would like to try out ....

jrevino wrote 664 days ago

Hello, my name is James Revino. I am the author of ‘Hollow.’ I was wo....

ubulord wrote 675 days ago

"The Prince and the Singularity – A Circular Tale" is a book with one....

Adam Thurstman wrote 697 days ago

Hi Joshua If you have time to take a quick look at my book I’d be....

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I wrote 1355 days ago

First things first: From the eight chapters I read, I have no hesitation in backing Faust's Butterfly, awarding it five stars and keeping it on my shelf for a full month. It's written to a high standard, offers much to enjoy and is more or less publishable. So, now that's out of the way, I'll off... view book

I wrote 1542 days ago

I read the first two chapters. My initial concern was that Robin Hood has been done to death. However, your approach reminds me a little of “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead”, with the story focusing on peripheral characters, while the well-known protagonists of legend provide the backdrop. Wit... view book

I wrote 1621 days ago

My enjoyment of a book like this hinges on whether or not I get along with the main character. I liked John Musgrave and was happy to accompany him on his amorous misadventures. You observe and write well. The pacing is on the leisurely side, which may frustrate some readers. I can imagine more ... view book

I wrote 1680 days ago

It doesn't surprise me that you write for a living - you clearly know what you are doing. It's hard to write a original thriller, and it's a crowded genre. To stand out, you need to have convincing characters, a ring of authenticity, a tense and pacey plot and tight writing, all of which are presen... view book

I wrote 1714 days ago

I read the first three chapters, followed by chapter 5 and then chapter 10. This is a story full of contrasts - the boy, poor and under-educated (at least formally), living on an exotic Carribean island, the girl attending a prestigious university in the grey and miserable English winter. And then t... view book

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