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I eat too much junk food and watch crap TV. I'm a lot like you.

email: frankie@ninjatoaster.com

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And quit fucking emailing me asking me to back your fucking book because my messages are friends only. I can't believe I even have to say this. What the fuck is wrong with you people?

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JosephDavidWilcox wrote 10 days ago

F.S., Thanks for all your support. I'm undaunted. Almost have my f....

JosephDavidWilcox wrote 13 days ago

F.S. Thanks so much for backing my book, Alchemy of a Blue Rose. I....

daveocelot wrote 50 days ago

Thanks. Again. I think. i´m all muddled up in Mahahual.

Elle Lawliette wrote 50 days ago

Yeay! Glad you liked it :D It was muchos fun to make...

LisaToohey wrote 50 days ago

Thanks so much! Glad you're liking it :)

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I wrote 54 days ago

As you say, you do write long sentences. Nothing wrong with that, though I did spot some places where you're using commas to chain sentences together. I find when I'm reading something where all the sentences tend to be very long, it takes on a monotonous drone, where interspersing some shorter sent... view book

I wrote 227 days ago

Amelia's an interesting character. For one, she's an older woman. (Not your run of the mill thriller hero! : ) Her history as a school teacher seems almost incidental, the real focus being on a past that still haunts her, both emotionally, and in the form of Josh Taylor. Amelia intrigues me with ... view book

I wrote 227 days ago

Your prologue sets up an interesting (and timely) scenario. The first chapter is a bit awkward (thrust right into the stuff with "the operative" killing the captain) but beginnings are always hard. I'm guessing it's meant to be a hook? (I usually find if I can identify an obvious hook it's becau... view book

I wrote 337 days ago

This would make a fascinating audio book. view book

I wrote 414 days ago

Starting this, I find the concept quite interesting: moving to France to seek out care for your elderly mother. I also find your voice lovely; it's a voice I want to hear stories from. What I'm finding, as I read the first chapter, is charming. But I also feel like you're holding yourself back. I... view book

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