Henry L. Sullivan III

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I don’t believe you really care who I am. As an independent author, I’ve read hundreds of bios, and I know they’re as boring to read as they are difficult to write. You, I suspect, are just looking for a good book, and want to know whether I’m a guy that can give you what you want. If you like dragons, you want to know whether I will give you dragons. If you like reading dirty, kinky, sex - smut, not love - you’re looking for a book to make your pulse race and your mouth water. I’m a reader, just like you. I know how it feels. You just want to read a good book.

Well I’ve got a beautiful, young, geeky princess. Irene loves building things and she secretly wants to travel the stars. She’s America’s first official princess. Her father is the m
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Henry L. Sullivan III I am currently working on episode three of THE AMERICAN FATHERS. The episode is titled DINNER INVITATION. It opens with Sheila wondering why Jasira is…moreI am currently working on episode three of THE AMERICAN FATHERS. The episode is titled DINNER INVITATION. It opens with Sheila wondering why Jasira is going to New York instead of DC, a worry which is exacerbated by Jarira's mention of 'a friend' named Irene who is helping her with an assignment.

This episode is important for several reasons.

First, it furthers Sheila's relationship with Jasira. They've only just met, and they've only spent one weekend together. So there's still a lot they don't know about one another.

Second, Sheila has questions about how she met Jasira in the first place. It's clear to her that their meeting was planned, but she wants to know the circumstances. Who set it up? Rima, or Jasira? How long did they plan this? Sheila goes to Rima with these questions and also confronts her on comments that were made at the dinner at Rima's house on Friday night.

Third, this is the first time readers of the series will meet Irene Daco, which means this is also your introduction to the point one percent world of THE AMERICAN FATHERS. This world is different from anything Sheila could imagine. I'm confident readers of the series will find it quite interesting. (less)
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Libraries: The Best Source for Free Audiobooks

A couple of hours before turning in for bed, I open a bottle of wine and listen to a few chapters of an audiobbok. I have an Audible account, and I agreed to the 90 trial of Playster, but increasingly, I'm listening to more and more audiobooks through my local library. 

Last night I started listening to Gun Street Girl, written by Adrian McKinty and performed by Gerard Doyle. The book is avail... Read more of this blog post »
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message 18: by Henry (last edited Jul 29, 2015 09:44PM)

Henry Nichole ~Bookaholic~ wrote: "Thanks for the friend invite :-). I don't know that I know a lot about full cast narrations....just what I like and don't like....but personally I think full cast narrations are the best....the [b..."
I agree with you when it comes to full cast audio books. My first experience with that format was [bookcover:Hyperion|77566] Hyperion (Hyperion Cantos, #1) by Dan Simmons .

I'm a fan of that series, so I also listened to The Fall of Hyperion, which was not full cast. I think it would have been much better if it was, like book 1 in the series.

The invite was my pleasure. Thanks for accepting.


Nichole ~Bookaholic~ Thanks for the friend invite :-). I don't know that I know a lot about full cast narrations....just what I like and don't like....but personally I think full cast narrations are the best....the The Golden Compass (His Dark Materials, #1) by Philip Pullman series is the first full cast audio I listened to and loved it....if you find you like the full cast you should check out www.graphicaudio.net all of their audiobooks are full cast but the do have sound effects and music which does not work for everyone


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Henry Phrynne wrote: "Thanks for the friend invite. I see you are reading another of my favourite authors Connie Willis. Have you read The Doomsday Book?"
I borrowed The Doomsday Book ePub from my local library. I like Connie Willis' writing but my favorite in her time travel series is To Say Nothing of The Dog. Since I read several books at a time I've had to renew my hold on The Doomsday Book, so I experience 3 weeks or so between reads. I think I'm about half way through it, and I'm finding the character Kivrin to be the most interesting in that story. I had a hard time getting into the conflict surrounding Badri's mysterious illness.
I see we have a number of books in common. Judging from the books we both liked, I think you would enjoy
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Henry


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Phrynne Thanks for the friend invite. I see you are reading another of my favourite authors Connie Willis. Have you read The Doomsday Book?


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Henry Christine wrote: "thanks for being my friend"
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Christine Hatfield thanks for being my friend


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Henry Shawnette wrote: "Hi, Henry...thanks for the invite into your circle of friends...looking forward to sharing chats reviews and any/all recommendations...Happy Reading :-)"

Hi Shawnette. I see that you already have a lot of reviews that I can read. I have to catch up!


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Henry Estelle B. wrote: "Hallo Henry thank you very much for your friendship on here! It's a pleasure. : )"

Hi Estelle, it's a pleasure meeting you!


Shawnette Hi, Henry...thanks for the invite into your circle of friends...looking forward to sharing chats reviews and any/all recommendations...Happy Reading :-)


Estelle B. Hallo Henry thank you very much for your friendship on here! It's a pleasure. : )


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