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on 1 June 2011
Certainly one for those who think they are going to write the great novel. It tells of the hopes raised & frequently dashed, the sheer frustration & that the main reason for carrying on writing is the need to . Very funny at times & the author does not take himself too seriously- a wise move in the writing world,as it is all based on his personal experience.
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on 5 May 2011
This is a dark, yet humourous, take on writing. It made me laugh, cringe and remember my own difficult experiences in attempting to be published. I've never been even close to the 'near misses' that this author has had in his journey of writing, but I could relate to every painful step (and mis-step) in his story. If your a writer, and you want to laugh while you cry about the painful life we've chosen...this is a must read!

I must add, it was a relief to see that this writer couldn't stop writing! I immediately bought another book by this author!
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on 15 March 2012
A funny account of an author's attempts at getting his work published. It was amusing in lots of places, though there was a bit of rambling too. I would imagine it would be of interest to other authors and would-be authors who would surely find reflections of their own experiences in there
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