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At 3:24am on June 1, 2012, Samuel Custer said…

Thanks for your welcome. I am very please to read your work and be friends with you.

At 4:38pm on June 2, 2012, Hiera Athena said…
Hi. Thanks for your welcome. Sorry I flies so late. I don't really know how to work this whole thing, so I'll just have a look around. Oh yeah, not to be snoopy, but which publisher published your first book and how did you find them? I'm kind of a child author and I'm only in primary school, soon to be graduating, so is there anyone who doesn't believe a degree is all you need to be a good writer? Thanks, and I hope I'll fit in!
At 5:04pm on June 4, 2012, PJ Sterling said…

Once I finish the YA series I'm currently working on, I have plans for a far more intense sci-fi fantasy project that I've been putting together in my head. As much as I enjoy the world I've created in the first - I am truly looking forward to getting to work on the second. My poor ADHD brain is just beside itself with details-details-details.

Thank you for the warm welcome to the site and much luck on all of your own projects!

At 8:18pm on June 4, 2012, Anita LeBeau Griggs said…

Hi Chuck! Thanks for the welcome and introduction to your work. Looking forward to getting to know you.

At 2:10am on June 9, 2012, Passion Juddie said…

Thanks Chuck!

Am sure our meeting will certainly help us on our ways up the ladder of writing. View my profile at Amazon.

Juddie Passion's Profile

and my site at

At 4:26am on June 9, 2012, shameka osborne said…
Thanks for the welcome.
At 3:30am on June 10, 2012, Gloria Faye Brown Bates/Granny G said…

I am very honored, Chuck.

At 8:57am on June 10, 2012, Passion Juddie gave Chuck Keyes (The Chuck!) a gift
Hi You can now Get this book and my other books in return for a review on my profile. Contact me with email. Also send me your books so I can write a review on your Amazon profile. Thanks
At 6:41pm on June 14, 2012, Peter Saenz said…

I grew-up in Corpus Christi and Port O'Connor, Texas. Nice to meet a fellow Texan. - Peter

At 3:52pm on June 29, 2012, Aliyah Burke said…

Thanks for the welcome, Chuck. I'd love to be friends, I'm just kind of exploring the site right now and getting my bearings. I enjoy Sci-Fi and am looking forward to reading your work.

Happy reading,


At 7:46pm on July 2, 2012, Mandy Eve-Barnett said…

Thanks for the will take time to get to know you all so give me some time.

At 4:03am on July 4, 2012, Dave Ronnert said…

Hey there, Chuck.

I've written nothing... Well, that's not entirely true. When I was young, I asked my mum if she wanted to help me write a short story. She agreed as she had nothing better to do that afternoon and it evolved into a 350 odd page Fantasy novel. It got turned down everywhere and never got published. Reading some of it a couple of years ago, I can see why. To be honest, it WAS pretty bad. 

I would like to write something else. My head is usually swimming with little stories, ideas, characters and scenes, but I'm having a hard time pinning them down and getting them out. I'll generally start the first few pages of a story then find I hit a dead end when I don't know what should happen next. I'm hoping this site and the people on it can help. 

To be brutally honest, I'm an incredibly shy and introverted person and probably wouldn't have messaged anyone here if you hadn't messaged first, so thank you. :)

My interests generally lie in Fantasy for books, Sci-fi for TV but I also thoroughly enjoyed reading a couple of Kathy Reichs' books. 

I hope I haven't scared you off by my tale of woe.


At 8:15am on July 4, 2012, Dave Ronnert said…

Thanks, mate. I'll give it a shot.

At 8:39am on July 4, 2012, Dave Ronnert said…

Oh, quick question. Do people put chapters up on this site for review or do writers generally keep thier stuff to themselves until it's finished? (Keeping in mind how new I am and critique would probably do me a world of good.)

At 10:49am on July 5, 2012, Mantu Babedi said…

yes i do love to be your friend, please guide me to be the best among the best

At 5:22am on July 6, 2012, Gloria Slater said…

Sounds like you're as busy as I am. I do love writing poetry and stories about history. It's late, so I'll continue this tomorrow.

At 6:05am on July 7, 2012, Dean Bryant Johnson said…

Thanks for the warm welcome, Chuck! (...or should that be 'The Chuck'?  ;)  )

I look forward to checking out your work. I'm a sucker for a good scifi/horror story. My work is primarily short/medium fiction in a variety of genres stretching from historic thriller to science fiction to folklore and supernatural.

Dean Bryant Johnson

At 6:07pm on July 7, 2012, Lara Biyuts said…

Nice to cybermeet you here

At 3:57am on July 9, 2012, Val Baker said…

Hi Chuck...don't know if you are into romantic fiction..I have a few male friends who have read @A String of Pearls' is now on Kindle as three separate downloads...'A String of Pearls'; 'It will all be over by Christmas' and 'As Time Goes By'...have almost completed a book of short stories entitled'Baker's Dozen thriteen tales of mixed very humorus one (but it has a sad ending) can see you smiling when I tell you that my beloved Labrador Leo (now deceased) 'pawed' his life story as he was quite famous having his picture in a major tabloid...tell you more sometime as it is getting late good thing I am insomniac..Goodnight


At 6:44am on July 10, 2012, Bridgette Powell said…

Thanks for your "friends" request. This is a whole new experience for me. Thought writing my novel Reflection Of Evil and embracing the publishing process was a challenge until I embarked on promoting my work. Now I realise that was the easy part!!! I'm hoping to begin writing again in the very near future. So miss the wonderful isolation, the connection to the imaginary world written expression brings. I know the time is near as I've found myself unable to sleep or if I drift off find myself waking up in the middle of the night in the midst of inspiration, the formation of a story, new characters making their presence known. It's a catch 22!! Do I pull back from spending time promoting my current novel or use that time creating something new? "Time" is so precious and needs to be used wisely. Apart from writing I also work part time, have numerous household responsibilties to take care of and even though I have 4 independant adult children it's important to still be there for them, share in their lives, spend quality time with them. And then there's my darling husband George who works 50+ hours a week in a stressful position, so I need to be there for him too. Can you provide any advice on how best to manage this and still keep creative expression flowing??

Look forward to hearing from you. Have a great day.

Warm Wishes




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