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My name is Lisa, 27 years old, live in France. My numerous writings are always produced together with my co-author and mom. We chose the pen name Ada Hawk to sign our novels, and I design covers for them as well.

I try to provide constructive comments that would help improving the story, so sometimes it takes me long to return reads. Also, I'd rather read longer bits, since it's tough to judge one or two chapters.

My opinion is just that - an opinion. I don't pretend to be any kind of expert, so I say what I think as a reader. Readers are our final audience, after all :)


I can be reached at ada.hawk@sfr.fr

favourite books

Lolita and Mashenka by Vladimir Nabokov
Martin Eden by Jack London
The Idiot by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Oblomov by Ivan Goncharov
The Collector, the Magus and Daniel Martin by John Fowles
Erebos by Ursula Poznanski
The Maze Runner by James Dashner
Damage by Anya Parrish

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rukan mk wrote 224 days ago

Hello my friend, How are you today? My name is Miss Rukan, i am a bea....

mdws77 wrote 538 days ago

First of all, I want to thank YOU very much for backing my novel to t....

Lenny Banks wrote 547 days ago

Hi Lisa, On 25th May 12 I uploaded my book on Authonomy to see what f....

jrevino wrote 550 days ago

Hello, my name is James Revino. I am the author of ‘Hollow.’ I was wo....

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"The Prince and the Singularity – A Circular Tale" is a book with o....

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I wrote 636 days ago

Hey Polly! Thanks for commenting on my book twice and sorry it took me so long to get back to you. I'm glad that I did. The first chapter made me cry, and I can't remember the last time I cried over a book. There is such vibrant honesty in there that the reader has to be made of stone in order no... view book

I wrote 636 days ago

My immediate association with Nabokov was confirmed as soon as I came across his name in the text :) Lolita is one of my favorite love stories, and I was bound to be smitten by Swim. Although, older than Lolita was, Swim strikes me like a more tender, compelling character. Perhaps, that being his in... view book

I wrote 637 days ago

Hey, Sydney! Here for the swap. Below are my remarks and my personal opinion. I hope you find this helpful. Chapter 1: - Is Chris asleep or is he awake? If he's asleep, how can he talk to Nate? Reading further on, I suppose you mean that he is stoned, but the awake/wake up thing isn't all... view book

I wrote 644 days ago

Hey, William! Commenting on Seven Haiku. For me, Haiku is something very precise despite its poetic value. It's an image so bright that it almost immediately pops in my mind when I read the verses. It's a leaf, a drop of water, a Sakura in bloom, the sunset... Haiku is literary impressionism f... view book

I wrote 650 days ago

Hi, Al-Harth, and sorry for the delay :) - I really like the idea of the opening paragraph. Your descriptions are so colorful and unusual, like real poetry. Yet, you need to work on your style, make it smoother, because the text itself deserves to shine its brightest! - A really beautiful met... view book

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