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Hi, Richard. Thanks for offering to review. I really appreciate that.

I have two books. You can preview up to 5 chapters of each at cuttsbooks.wordpress.com. You can then decide which one would be more fun for you.

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Jay Cutts Hi, Richard. It's wonderful to hear from you. I recently finished Wil Deft and truly loved it even more than Sinnabar. I sort of wish I'd read it…moreHi, Richard. It's wonderful to hear from you. I recently finished Wil Deft and truly loved it even more than Sinnabar. I sort of wish I'd read it first. I felt that Wil Deft really approaches the status of a classic tale. Very complex. Very moving. A whole universe of intrigue and possibilities. I'll check out your other works. If you haven't already, I hope you will write true sequels to Wil Deft. I think you've invented a universe you can do wonderful things with! As for Terry Pratchett, I can't say that I've tried to emulate him but rather that my natural style leans in that direction and I hope I've capture human nature in a similarly light hearted way in my two novels - Death by Haggis and Annie Gomez and the Gigantic Foot of Doom. Thanks so much for writing to me. I'm inspired, impressed, and deeply intrigued by your writing.(less)
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Annie Gomez and the Gigantic Foot of Doom

I'm announcing the (self-)publication of my new novel, Annie Gomez and the Gigantic Foot of Doom. It's now available through CreateSpace and Amazon.

This is technically a YA novel, featuring Annie and her coterie of fellow brilliant misfits. However, as with many of the Terry Pratchett novels that I love, this is very much for adults as well. After all, how many of us have progressed that far be... Read more of this blog post »
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Jay Cutts Steve, I had the same experience when writing [book:Death by Haggis|17251009. I'd sit there wondering what was going to happen with a particular character and suddenly get an insight. My reaction was often, "Wow. I didn't know that was going to happen."


message 2: by Steve (last edited Sep 17, 2014 08:43AM)

Steve LeBel Thank you for your kind words about my book, The Universe Builders: Bernie and the Putty. I really appreciate them.

The book was a hoot to write. In some parts it just seemed to write itself.

Steve


Kathleen Hi Jay, I mostly read romances, but I also love fantasy. In fantasy, see my reviews of Terry Pratchett, Lois McMasters Bujold, and Steve and Sharon Miller.


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