A work of fiction



15 responses to “A work of fiction

  1. You should totally funk this page up a bit. I want to know more about the man with the black page and the creepy spider.

    Thanks for dropping by my page, anyway – hope you enjoyed my work and will continue to pop over and say hello, occasionally!


  2. bellesogni ⋅

    I second that! I’d like to know more too!

  3. Thanks! I didn’t even know this page existed.

  4. bellesogni ⋅

    You’re welcome. So get those super spidey legs going and give us some fun facts!
    Okay, please?

  5. I third the motion, you’ve done a good job on the rest of the blog – nice one and good luck with the book. I’ll be checking regularly to see how it’s going.

  6. Thanks for liking my page.

  7. letizia

    Thanks for following my blog – looking forward to following along with your posts and getting to know your writing! Intrigued by what I’ve read so far!

  8. I finally read I Spider – what a great book! I thoroughly enjoyed reading it; I couldn’t put it down. Even the spiders couldn’t disuade me from enjoying it which was a surprise 🙂 I would love to post a review of it on my blog, if you don’t mind? Brightest Blessings

    • Thanks so much Sammiwitch! Especially for going to the trouble of reading it when you have an aversion to spiders. They bother me too, I guess that’s where the fascination comes in. It’s a bit dark; OK, a lot dark.
      I’d love you to write a review, but don’t feel as though you need to pull punches. Are you getting some good feedback from your books?

      • A lot dark – I agree lol 🙂 I have written the review and posted it up on both of my blogs – I still can’t believe how much I enjoyed a book full of spiders!
        Feedback from my books is slowly trickling back to me; it’s all been positive so far; fingers-crossed it will stay that way 🙂

      • Thanks again Sammiwitch! I really enjoyed your book and would love to put a review on my blog if you’re OK with that. Won’t be for a couple of weeks though. I’ve got a copy of “THE RUNES AND RAEYNE” but haven’t had a chance to read it yet.

      • I would be honoured; that’s very generous of you, but please only do it if you have the time 🙂 Brightest Blessings

  9. Pingback: Thanks, iSpiderman! « Luddy's Lens

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