Care to read an e-book?

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Care to read an e-book?

Postby Talanic » Thu Jul 09, 2009 5:45 am

My first post in the Erfworld forums, driven partly by my burning desire to get people to read my work. Find it here.

It's hosted on Authonomy, Harper-Collins' internet slushpile. If you really like it, create a profile and put it on your bookshelf - that tells H-C that it's worth them taking a look at and considering publishing someday. If you don't like it, please let me know why. Either way, consider checking out the rest of the site; there's some pretty good material up there. Also, you can put your own work up there too - just has to be 10,000 words long or longer.
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Re: Care to read an e-book?

Postby Sandis » Thu Jul 09, 2009 4:32 pm

Partway through the first chapter, and it's looking all right so far. No major complaints, and I'm probably going to read the rest.
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Re: Care to read an e-book?

Postby Cypher1014 » Tue Oct 27, 2009 10:50 pm

I just read Hero's Chains. I liked the book and I loved the world you built. I eagerly await a sequel (and Derek's loss of innocence).
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Re: Care to read an e-book?

Postby DevilDan » Sat Oct 31, 2009 8:47 pm

Hero's Chains was a lot of fun. There'a lmost a bit too much going on, but I would definitely read more.
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