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Delving into the world of publishing and agents is no small task.

I'm not looking for read swaps just now. I find it a bit uncomfortable to be honest, and would prefer to find books other ways. I wouldn't want anyone to feel obligated to read my novel either. If someone takes the time to read and review my book I will make a special effort to return the favor. (Please be patient with me on this. I have a bad memory to the point where it makes reading difficult).

Good luck to you all!

favourite books

Neil Gaiman - Neverwhere
Allan Carr - Easy Way to Stop Smoking (Read this if you want to quit smoking, it's brilliant)
Piers Anthony - Incarnations of Immortality Series

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my books

Trinity Divided

G.M. Stroll

Orchid, a fallen angel, unwittingly foils an apocalypse by retracing her mortal lives as a fairy and human. All it took was falling in love.


As a fallen angel, Orchid walks a fine line between good and evil. The intensity of her cheesy sense of humour is rivalled solely by her chaotic spirit. It’s only when one of her orphan wards is slain by the demonic oppressors of Earth that she chooses to take up arms. Orchid’s quasi superhero transition is the catalyst for her trans-reality journey exploring the very nature of fate. She falls prey to a devious plot that can only be solved at her origins.

Tracking back to her mortal life, Orchid was a fairy in an alternative reality; hidden beyond the dimension of time. There, as a slave to royalty, she manages to find love with a displaced human even though they never get to speak to one another. She comes to Earth in the hopes of finding him again, knowing that her memories wouldn’t persist through her soul’s transference.

On Earth, she rises against all odds to become an iconic singer. All three lives come together to form an intertwined destiny. Whether she’s a fallen angel, a fairy, or a human, one thing remains certain: Orchid’s actions will leave their mark on not one, but two realities.

 

In The Heart of Fear One Forge....

G.M. Stroll

A memoir of a schizophrenic's first psychosis, written during the psychosis itself. Enter the darkest folds of his mind.


Love, which is life’s greatest weapon, life’s greatest tool, inspired me to do the biggest thing I’ve ever done. I wrote this book as a token of appreciation for a sick friend who was more than just someone I loved. Either diabetes will take her, or the efforts of the people who fight diabetes around the world will see fruition in time. Here is my contribution and best effort to see a cure happen. My name is Greg, and I’ve been fighting my own war for years, only my enemy isn’t a person: it’s schizophrenia. During my first psychotic episode, I undertook this project and I give you my thoughts, my paranoia, my insanity from my own perspective, with my own words. Join me in the heart of fear where I forgot who I was.

 

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Sara Stinson wrote 631 days ago

Dr J's Break Free was not published. Authonomy wiped out her informa....

miacia7 wrote 633 days ago

No idea about the publishing world lol I would love for you to ta....

Adam Thurstman wrote 636 days ago

Hi Meta I'd be very grateful if you could please take a quick look....

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Hello My name is miss Jelin, i am looking for a new friend i saw you....

Eponymous Rox wrote 651 days ago

Hey there, Mr. Stroll. My new investigative piece ‘THE CASE OF THE DR....

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I wrote 650 days ago

Comment for your contest on 'Shot in the Dark?': At face value it seems like the man in the story has a choice to make, but in reality he has already made it. I know what it's like to be suicidal, and I also know that it takes a great amount of willpower to actually do it. It's the difference betwee... view book

I wrote 740 days ago

Hi Isabel! You write amazingly well for someone your age. Your descriptions are vivid, and your grammar well beyond the bulk of the people I've read here on Authonomy. If I could make any suggestions it would be to think of including some small hooks along the way, things that the reader might s... view book

I wrote 791 days ago

Haha, I have to agree with some of the other comments. What a horrific spider! Lots of fun to be had in your novel. I can see this will shape up to be something truly epic. The pace is good, no slow moments. For me, as a reader with a short attention span, that is a necessity. view book

I wrote 791 days ago

An oddly intriguing story you have here. At first I thought it might not be my cup of tea, but it reads so easily that I'm going to move on to the next chapter after commenting. A couple minor things I noted: There's one sentence early on '.... almost incredible to -be- believed', that's what I ... view book

I wrote 793 days ago

Hi Derrick. I'd give you a standing ovation for your brilliant word economy if that were possible over the internet. You say so much in so few words, and yet you do it in a way that leads the reader down a deceptively faulty path; only to let them discover what you actually meant. The vivid image... view book

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