1416 days ago
I've always been a bookworm and studied Literature and Linguistics. For a living I wrote technical documentation before I went into management at a large software company. My true passion though is writing and traveling. For three years I've been working on a thriller set in Rio de Janeiro, featuring street kids, drug gangs, a militant bookworm and a gringo. I've uploaded the first chapters of Found Guilty for review and appreciate any feedback. The manuscript is complete at 80,000 words.
What a tough question. Some of my favorite authors are John le Carré, Joyce Carol Oates, Terry Pratchett, John Connolly, Reginald Hill, Ian Banks, Clive Barker, John Irving, John Updike, Maeve Binchy and Margaret Atwood.
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great opening chapter. Love the way how you really flesh out Roccard, alias the French Rooster, as a Frenchman via the car. Postwar France forms a great background for your thrilling story. Goes on my book shelf. All the best with it.
I just read the first three chapters and enjoyed them immensely. You've got a talent to combine the erotic with foreboding, never letting us quite off the hook. Erotic fantasies come true, but at what price? You strike just the right tone for the sex scenes, then break the atmosphere with...
I see why Found Guilty caught your interest. We share a passion for the same topics.
I loved the tension in your opening chapter, the frantic attempt to follow the plan and make it look like a suicide. Very credible, realistic. You're skillfully revealing her motivation while creati...
I just read the first four sections. There's a significant difference between the first two and the following ones. Mike's opening chapter is in many ways beautiful, his concepts for simple and complicated, the old and new villages liking someone or not, but I think you're summarizing t...
Hi Heidi, intriguing opening chapters. Betty's voice is engaging and she's an endearing character. I loved the Brave Cap. Sheila, on the other hand, is a wonderful mix of insane, colorful and funny. You've increased the tension nicely from the first sentences to the end of chapter three. Won't get a...