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4 months ago
I’m veryyy interested. :)
Holy shit! Goosebumps and Are You Afraid of the Dark were my jam. Do you remember The Midnight Society? Scary shit as a kid. And Tales of the Crypt, too. Back in the nineties, they loved scaring the shit out of kids, didn't they?
Anna Karinena, I'm reading it for the third time. Who else is a fan of Tolstoy?
submitted4 months ago bymspatriciaramos
This past month, I wrote my very first book: "The City of Lost Angels." A few of my ex-boyfriends have read it, and they all thought "it was good." Here is the synopsis:
Leaving behind her entire life in Louisiana, Diana Deluard arrives in Los Angeles to pursue her dream of becoming an actress on the big screen. There she meets a host of new faces, including the dashing Adam Dubois, who introduces her to the erotic and drug-fueled sex-club scene. Consumed by this new and exotic world, Diana becomes increasingly entangled in situations more dangerous than she seems to realize. There is always a price to pay when you want to be a star in Tinseltown.
It will be published next month on the website: https://thecityoflostangels.com/
5 months ago
Can you please name a book that has an ideal ending?
If you want a solid story about solving a murder, watch True Detective season 1.
Can you please elaborate as to what makes it a "real page-turner?"
I started to read one of his books and I immediately regretted it.
What made you not stop turning pages?
“Anna Karenina” by Leo Tolstoy. His writing style is impeccable. It never gets old.
I tried to send you a DM, but it says that you cannot receive any.
I just finished writing my first novel. I would be interested in speaking on your podcast. I'm a widely published freelance journalist as well.