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@cparkie

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first registered 18.02.12

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about me

A late reader, I now enjoy the ownership of books as much as I enjoy reading them. I am still enjoying the discovery of new texts. I have never read a book twice. You may see me as a reader of popular works.

favourite books

World without End - Ken Follett
Pillars of the Earth - Ken Follett
Angels and Demons - Dan Brown
Mort - Terry Pratchett

my websites

http://theblogfromthenextdimension.blogspot.co.uk/     http://themagicof535.blogspot.co.uk/

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vivianah wrote 83 days ago

Hello, I like your profile in this community network and I think y....

miacia7 wrote 384 days ago

I am done! My book has been edited! Read it, find yourself in my situ....

Neville wrote 416 days ago

Hello, not for the squeamish, but I do hope you’ll take a look. I wi....

Isabel Parkinson wrote 419 days ago

Ελληνικά?

Isabel Parkinson wrote 419 days ago

Thank you!!:)

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I wrote 737 days ago

A cleverly constructed first chapter. Your story will appeal to most of the people on Authonomy due to them being on a similar journey to Jack. As a fan of comedy your hook of "Just what was the funniest scene I could think of?" really got to me. I will read the rest of the book to see how this is r... view book

I wrote 746 days ago

Hi Greg. I've read the prologue and the first chapter with a view to giving some initial feedback. Firstly I find the storyline a most intriguing one. Your pitch is well measured and likely to draw many people in. The prologue sets the scene nicely for the reader. The idea of an apocalyptic co... view book

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