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AmazonUk Reivew *Aren't linked to AmazonUS* Stupid

Hazel Butler -    This review is from: Genesis: Book One of the Kingdom Come Series (Kindle Edition) "I found this novel to be a rare gem. I wasn't quite sure what I was getting when I bought it, but it came up on a search while I was researching something for my own book and, after a quick look at the blurb, I decided to order it and see what it was all about. Man am I glad I did! I wasn't entirely sure I was going to like it initially, but after the first couple of chapters I literally could not put it down. The characters are incredibly well drawn, with real depth. I became incredibly fond of Jak, and have been eagerly awaiting the next book since I closed this one. The worldbuilding throughout is particularly noteworthy - there are few world that have this kind of detail sustained through each and every area and level of the world. Massive thumbs up from me and highly recommended for anyone who enjoys intelligent Science Fiction."

7 Simple Edits That Make Your Writing 100% More Powerful by Shane Arthur

There are some bloggers who seem to have a natural gift when it comes to writing. Some bloggers seem to be naturally gifted writers.
They manage to get their ideas across clearly and economically, which means that readers can easily follow what they write. Readers devour their clear, economical prose.
Not only is there a lot of respect for what they have to say, but also the way that they say it. People respect what they say – and love how they say it.
Whenever they publish a new post on their blog, it always gets dozens of comments and hundreds of shares. Every new blog post attracts dozens of comments and hundreds of shares.
It would be great to be as successful as they are, but you don’t know what you need to do to make your writing better. You’d love to emulate their success, but you don’t know how.
The good news is that there’s a secret you can easily learn which will improve everything you write from now on. Fortunately for you, a simple secret can transform your writing forever.


New Goodreads Review!

Goodreads:Darlene Cruz rated it 5 of 5 stars

"Well written and sucked you into the abyss of Sci-Fi. Each character is a character because of the detailed descriptive narrative. Entertaining and intriguing to say the least. Wade Garret caused a confusion here and there switching between characters and gracing us with each characters "going on." but he managed to keep me focus on the storyline and it was well worth it. A bulky book but a good read. Thank you, Darlene Cruz I won this book from Goodreads First Read Giveway."