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Nigel Carlyle Horsler
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  • Bolton, Greater Manchester
  • United Kingdom
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Book Reader
Favorite Literature Type
Fiction
Favorite Genre or Category
Thriller
Favorite Book
To Kill a Mockingbird, the Dune series, the Ring
Favorite Author
James Patterson

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At 2:57pm on February 7, 2012, Nigel Carlyle Horsler said…

Hello everyone. As you can see my name is Nigel, I'm from Bolton in not so sunny England and I'm a first time author looking to get published. I can't afford to self publish so any help or information would be much appreciated. Don't feel that my profile does me much justice as I read so much and quite enjoy classical literature as well as modern fiction and will be reading a book on the history of the Tower of London once my library gets it back. I look forward to making new contacts and sharing experiences with you all. Cheers, Nige

At 4:20pm on February 7, 2012, Chuck Keyes (The Chuck!) said…

Nigel. top of the world to you,  and welcome to authors.com  …from The Chuck!
        I write sci-fi novels filled with adventure, mystery, romance, drama, horror, and plenty of comedy… Sci-fi for every adult human to enjoy. I'm also a well-known published poet. When you have a few free moments, please check out my Authors page and a few of my videos and blogs I have recently added. Many of my blogs consist of free to read enjoyable sci-fi stories I plan to unite within a book titled: 'Epic Marvels'. One of my newest sci-fi novels is titled: 'They!', which is somewhat related to the 1954 sci-fi classic movie, 'Them!' I'm currently working on a sci-fi mystery titled: 'The Mysteries of Fuller Park'.    

Let me know if you'd like to become friends.

The Chuck!

At 8:01am on February 9, 2012, scribbler said…

Nice to meet you Nigel. Welcome aboard. I hope you enjoy being amongst us and I’ll look forward to hearing more about your reading habits.

At 2:31pm on February 10, 2012, Neil L. Yuzuk said…

Hi Nigel,

It's nippy here in New York City and a cold front is due in tonight with a predicted 1" - 3" of snow. I say predicted, because it can be nothing or 20".

The Sunbird is by Wilbur Smith who is a rather prolific South African writer. I'd rather not tell you too much, but have you discover the story on your own. It is a bit dated (like me), but it still is a fascinating and enjoyable read.

If you want to try another oldie, but goodie - "The Hoods" by Harry Grey. It starts c. World War I and it traces the rise of organized crime. It's fiction, but the story is probably a bit autobiographical as the writer was a hood during that era. It was made into an almost great movie by Sergio Leone called, "Once Upon a Time in America."

If you'd like, you can check my books at http://www.BeachsidePDBooks.com. I am rarely here as I am writing the third book in the series and editing for several ESL writers.

 

At 2:35pm on February 10, 2012, Neil L. Yuzuk said…

P.S. You can afford to Indie publish. Contact me at misc11236@yahoo.com and I'll point you in the right direction, so you don't make the same mistakes I made with my first book. BTW, I am not a publisher - I am passing forward help as others helped me on LinkedIn Books and Writers.

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