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A MASSIVE thank you to everyone who helped Suddenly Strangers reach the desk :)

I've been here for a while now, played the game, *won* woo-hoo go me, and I'm a bit done with that now. No more energy for ass-licking or patting others on the back. It won't bother me if you send me spam, I might even take a look. I'll only comment if I have something I think is worth saying and I definitely won't back it unless it deserves it. Oh and if I do take the time to comment, get up off your arse and say thanks...it's manners, you know.

Enjoy this place. Don’t take it too seriously. And, keep writing xx

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I wrote 447 days ago

This is an ERS comment See http://authonomy.com/forums/threads/108600/extreme-read-swap-ers-/ metaphor, Self-conscious character. Janny :) view book

I wrote 451 days ago

I thought I read this before, either you have done a serious edit, or I am mistaken. Either way, I’ll just let you know what I think now as if I am reading this for the first time. This is a great premise, almost has the feel of a memoir. I like the setting, characterisation and I really like so... view book

I wrote 464 days ago

Okay, I admit I came here to do the dutiful and return a read...I wasn’t expecting to get so pulled into the story. First observations; Gripping premise, fast pace and mysterious, perfect fit for a thriller. I love that it’s set in Asia; so cinematic and current. Hugely enjoyed the hints of mag... view book

I wrote 469 days ago

I really like this idea. The premise of two feuding families is always a great hook. It raises the issue of taking sides and the reader knows from the get-go that it’s is going to end badly for someone/s. The medieval setting is a perfect backdrop. It’s a really exciting plot. I could see this as a ... view book

I wrote 536 days ago

This is a very moving intro. I knew form the opening sentences what was coming but that compelled me even more to read on. The pace is spot on. There is plenty of description to set the scene but never too much or overly detailed. As soon as they dared to cross the river I wasted to shout at them to... view book

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