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Jack Cerro

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William Rombola is an archaeologist who has spent much of the last two decades exploring North and South America, solving mysteries and discovering new ones that serve as the muse for his writing.
When he is not in the field, he can be found in his little farmstead in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains.

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Hey Jack, Did you ever send a note to JohnMcD on FB? I'd like to kn....

Tyrone Flanagan wrote 8 days ago

Ah yes, the faux agent. A faux agent will never tell you just like....

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I noticed these entries were dated 2011. Are you still looking at fir....

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Thank you so much for taking the time to offer your suggestions, you ....

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I wrote 415 days ago

Chapter three More good pacing and nice voice. I'm a little disappointed that you haven't broken any new ground here with the vampire genre, but I think you have checked all the vamp boxes one would expect in a paranormal story. The sex is there, the feisty protag, the interesting baddy, the pol... view book

I wrote 416 days ago

Chapter 2 More great voice and setting and blistering pace. I will say that Lola seemed to get over Jeremy very quickly when Juan arrives. The dance scene was terrific and I loved the line about her steel toed boots. her appearance and character are developing nicely. view book

I wrote 416 days ago

Fresh Meat Chapter One I think you handle the setting here brilliantly. The introduction of the main characters is smooth and didn't take away from the storyline. The First Person narrative lets Lola's voice shine. I am a little perplexed by her attitude at this point since I know nothing of t... view book

I wrote 731 days ago

This is heady stuff, even as far as Literary-Fiction is concerned. The mixture of prose and poetry serves to strip away the veneer of myths planted by the demagogues of the 1980's, and in doing so, lay bare the false ideologies that have taken root from that fertile pile of bs left by our leaders. ... view book

I wrote 735 days ago

The short prologue is perfect. It allows for a more relaxed opening where you can introduce your protagonist. The pacing throughout is excellent, the text reads clean and avoids the melodrama often common in this type of story. There may be a little too casualness in the protagonists response for so... view book

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