- Medford, OR, USA
- member since January 1, 2013
Apple Christensen’s last login was Monday, March 18, 2013.
I hope you are well.
So, how many zombies have you slain exactly in Medford?
I notice from your review that you enjoyed the Da Vinci Code.
I have to agree with you - it's a great book although I have only recently got around to reading it!
I’m searching for someone like you who appreciates original fiction who might be interested in trying out my novel "The DEAD LOOP". It’s a uniquely original psychological thriller mystery about a man that dies every single day of his life! The novel follows him through this “dead loop” and the mysterious journey it takes him on.
I hope some find my novel just as compelling as Dan Brown’s masterpiece.
Some of my Shelfari readers say:
It is a book I found very difficult to put down.
One of the most unique and original story plots that I have read in quite a long time.
Best thing I’ve read since hunger games.
The book on Kindle is at a very low cost. It is also available on most formats such as Nook, Kobo and Apple.
If it intrigues you at all and you want to check it out, I would very much appreciate your kindness - but more importantly your feedback!
Very best wishes,
Complete Trilogy edition
I hope that the season finds you warm and reading. It’s hard to believe that it’s 2013. It’s so cold outside this morning.
Dracula: Hearts of Stone (Dracula is a good guy)
We start with a shiny new pot of boiling water and add too many evil vampires, and not enough of the good biters. Toss in one suicidal Dracula; add a cup of mayhem and a dash of romance. Stir in some red sheriffs. Oh yes, and a pinch of mirth. Stir lovingly and you have a novel by A. J. Gallant. If it sounds like the recipe for you then you must read Dracula: Hearts of Stone.
Please check out my author page for excerpts:
Unrealistic or not my writing gives me hope. But with something like 50 000 books published a month it is a little discouraging. I can just picture my book underneath that pile being crushed. I didn’t think there were that many writers.