Hello Mark, welcome to the forum
Just wanted to introduce myself. My name is Mark Hockley and I am an author by profession. In fact, my book, a fantasy adventure novel for anyone interested, has just been published so I'm feeling very positive at the moment. Whether that will last remains to be seen
I hope I will get to know some people here and get a chance to swap ideas and opinions!
My hub loves fantasy novels, so I'll check you out.
Oh, and WELCOME
Welcome to the bard. Congratulations on getting your book published you are very talented and must have good perseverance to achieve that. WOW
Not into fantasy books, but if you'll ever write an epic, chaotic novel, I'll be the first to read it.
Vodka and buttfucking for all!
Hello mother fucker! when you ask a question read also the answer instead of asking another question on an answer who already contain the answer of your next question!
Ooooooooh, a published author. You have fullfilled my life's (current) ambition.
Errr, on a side note, don't hang yourself up trying to spell everything correctly. I make mistakes on here too and I am a serious spelling junky... but you know, it's the net, so who cares?
Just a quick update on my book for those whom have shown an interest. I've pasted in a review from Amazon US that I think gives a gives a good impression of what the book is really like.
'One might look at The Magic Lands and find the title a little generic, and the summary may be a little cliche, but if you were to pick it up you'll see that it is full of suprises. The story is quite a roller coaster and the plot can become utterly unpredictable. I should also mention, that this isn't little red riding hood. The story is dark, bringing up memories of another dark fantasy, Pan's Labrynth. Like Pan's Labrynth,and any good fable, there is an underlying message behind it all and it is a message definitely worth hearing'.
welcome and congrats
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Welcome to the board!
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