The Deranged Rantings and Rambling Screeds of Myuphrid the Dracolupe

It's pronounced "mew-fridd", incidentally


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You may have heard that I've finally completed my 60,000-word novel, Laszlo Hadron and the Wargod's Tomb. Now, while I'm more-or-less satisfied with it (or at least sick of looking at it anymore), that doesn't mean a thing if other people don't want to read it.

To that end, I'd like to send the manuscript out to any people who would be interested in reviewing a space pirate-y tale like this and suggesting improvements that could be made to it. If that's you, then feel free to leave your name and email address in the comments section, and I'll email you a copy of the manuscript.

By the way, no stealing it, or I'll harm you.

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Not specifically, no. You read at whatever pace you're most comfortable with and get back to me when you can.

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Marvellous! Well, I'd certainly appreciate any input I can get. And you do have some experience as a writer, so there's that.

Either way, I'll send it over and I hope you enjoy it! Is the address I've already got on file from you the one to send it to?

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Fingers crossed! Hope you enjoy it!

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I don't know, really. Just make sure it's a good, entertaining story to read, and if it's not then try to suggest how it could be made so.

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Yes, they're in chapters. Ten of them, to be precise.

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Oh, sorry, I forgot to send it! DOing so now!

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I would gladly read it, but remember that I really dig honesty. :D

I've enjoyed every LH thing so far...

In this case, I think I too would dig honesty. After all, if I'm going to make a success of this, then it NEEDS to be as good as it can be. And you're quite the writer yourself, so your honesty is doubtless a valuable commodity.

As for enjoying LH thus far, I'm very glad of that! And I can only hope that the other nine chapters are up to the standards of the first.

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