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PeeJay

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Eh? Why are you reading this bit? What's that...you want to know about me? Err...I'm flattered n' all, but really, that's why I like writing - because my actual self is boring!

Well, that's not the only reason. I hope. I like to think I can write stuff people would want to read without throwing it into the most convenient volcano. I hope you do too: at least, I hope you live far from a volcano. Not just for my book's sake but generally, too. See, I do care.

favourite books

Erin Hunter - Warrior Cats Series
Jonathan Stroud - Bartimaeus Series
Patrick Rothfuss - The Name of the Wind

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Tick

P.J. Leonard

Nasty cityboy Tom has woken up with a headache...and paws. Somehow, he's become a cat. But how? And why?


Tom Verbrisser is a cruel, up-and-coming star in the world of business. His big breakthrough is put on hold, however, when he awakes one morning as a cat. With his own pet cat Puzzle at his side, he sets out across London for answers.


At least, that was the plan. But when his curiosity takes him plunging into some sinister places, the answers are not what he would have expected...

 

Samurai

P.J. Leonard

Picture this...


You awake with your face in the street and a sword pointed between your eyes. Your sword. You have no idea who you are, where you are, and why you're there. All you know is there is a mysterious war closing in on all sides. What do you do? This is the fate of our protagonist. And naturally, he wants answers. Is it a dream? Did he lose his memory? Has he lost his mind? Is he already dead? The truth may prove to be harder than he can bear...

 

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I wrote 879 days ago

Danielle, When I started reading this, a vague sense of deja vu came over me. Sure enough, when I checked my previous reviews, I had reviewed this a LONG time ago too! But, it's been a while, and I see you've made a lot of changes. First things first: you need to tidy up your long premise, s... view book

I wrote 879 days ago

Dear CMT, If Game of Thrones were set in Egypt, this would be the result. This is great, towering writing: a sweeping epic that doesn't feel modern at all, but rather meticulously plucked from an archaeological dig and translated. Because of this, the rules are different for this style. See,... view book

I wrote 1342 days ago

I usually steer clear of Biographies, for the reasons suggested in my 'Bio': they're either misery memoirs that seem to compete with one another for who had the worst life, or celebrity bios, who gloat about how big they've made and how you never can. But this...this I can definitely read. For sta... view book

I wrote 1342 days ago

Danielle, Oddly, despite the roaring success of another certain series to do with magic, I am yet to see any other major series wade in on the back of it's success. Plenty of fantasy, certainly, but nothing that seems to be saying 'Now here's MY take on Witches and Wizards'. Nonetheless, to ent... view book

I wrote 1342 days ago

Scott, Where to start? How is it possible not to be impressed by this? The idea you outline in the premise is intriguing enough, enough to make any prospective agent or publisher sit up, but you really carry it through with some of the best use of language I've seen on Authonomy thus far. The ... view book

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