564 days ago
I'm a professional photographer and I live in North London.I'm a keen reader of most genres but have a particlar love of horror and science fiction. I'm currently unpublished, but have submitted in the past. In fact the manuscript of 'Kristin' has been shown to several literary agencies.
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This is a highly promising start and I'll certainly be back to read some more very soon. In the meantime I'm more than happy to offer my support to your work.
Michael Ashley Torrington. 'Kristin'.
Many apologies for taking so long to get round to 'The Men of Dunwich'. Now this is great fun, typical British humour reminiscent of David Nobbs. Some of your descriptions, and character names are simply wonderful. This would also work quite beautifully as a script. Maybe you could ...
Just realised I hadn't posted a comment for you. I think 'Knowing Liam Riley' is a beautiful, stylish piece of writing. Instantly likeable, and addictive reading, with one of the most amusing openings I've yet come across on the site. The very best of luck with it.
This is an accomplished piece of writing, and I would imagine that it's destined for success at some point soon. A dramatic opening ... the train crash can be truly felt, and the plot sounds absolutely fascinating. Classic literature. On my shelf, Bill.
Sorry to take a while to get back to you. I think you've penned a very memorable story. The story is different and fascinating, and the characterisation excellent. I have no hesitation in placing 'Memories of Glory' on my shelf.
Michael Ashley Torrington, 'Krist...