Posts by Philp 8
September 25, 2014
Hi to all my friends here at WA, and a BIG thank you to all those who sent messages of support, it means so much to know that you are on my side. I now have to rebuild my life, ok, I'm not moaning, there's no point, it's simply a case of getting stuck in, I know I can do it, I've done it before, so you begin with taking stock of you current position, and work from there. Good luck to all of you, thanks again for your support and kindness, and I'll see you all in 3 months time. Philp.
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September 24, 2014
Hi Guys, well this is a day I've been putting off for a while, as I now have to cancel my account with WA, at least for the present. The last 2 months have not been kind to me, with my own illness coming at the most inappropriate time, and spending 6 weeks in dire pain, just after I recovered Maria went in to hospital with severe stomach pain, and I've had to look after her as well as not having fully recovered myself. Don't get me wrong, I'm not complaining, life happens when you least expect
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July 25, 2014
I've just finished watching Escape From The Planet of The Apes. how I wish I'd written those film scripts, I've long admired all the films in this series, and although I love star Wars I feel that Planet of The Apes presents a better sense of morality, and recognises more readily the difference between right and wrong. Now we have Dawn of The Planet of The Apes to look forward to - can't wait! There again, there might just be someone out there who wishes they had written JET!, it reminds me of
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July 23, 2014
JET! The Jet Trilogy starts with the main character Sirk Notaani embarking on a voluntary one-off mission to visit another planet, that allegedly supports humanoid life. Crash-landing on arrival he has to battle with fearsome 3 metre long beetles, after which he finds a settlement inhabited by dwarfed human life, and discovers he is in Scotland, the only race to survive the holocaust created by UWF and Cathan hostilities. Finding artefacts from his own time in a strange and vast museum con
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July 21, 2014
Having written JET! 18 years ago this question has bugged me many times. I once had a file folder (hard file) more than one inch thick, full of rejection slips from various traditional publishers, no doubt then, my book ended up on their slush pile among many others. In those days it was harder to publish, nowadays, all you need to do is go on to the Internet, and you'll find a glut of on-line publishers who will publish your book free! The trouble with that is that it opens a door for all writ
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What's Wrong With My Book Can You Help? Having written my novel 'JET!' 18 years ago, I now have it published, and I am now trying to market it. I know it's a good book, and I'm not blowing my own trumpet here, as people who have read it said I should get it published, so I followed through. It also has 22 5 star reviews on Amazon, but it's still hasn't sold many copies. JET! Is part of The JET! Trilogy, and its genre is 'adult science fiction adventure.' I have an excellent marketer at Book Go
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A little gift for all those sci-fi fans, hope you enjoy it. RED CHAPTER ONE Hearing Daniel's giggles delighted Don as he chased him around the garden, and catching him Don would scoop him up in his arms. This was the moment when Don would rag his son with a rendition of Danny Boy. ‘Dad - don’t, I’m not Danny Boy!’ he’d protest, as Don knew he would. ‘What’re you gonna do, beat me up, Eh? Come on then tough guy, lets see you in action.’ Going down on his knees nearer his so
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5 EASY WAYS TO SELL YOUR BOOK WITHOUT BUSTING YOUR BUDGET You've written your first novel, and you think it's great The fact is your probably right! The reason I say that? You have created something unique, something no one else has. Well that's the hard work over, no, I'm afraid not. This is where it starts! You have to get it published, but having said that, with e-publishing it's now a lot easier than twenty years ago. After that you have to market your precious manuscript, and that is where
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