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Re: I must have laughed and cried a thousand times... -- Message from Gary Robinson

Post by rik17 » 17 Jun 2018, 22:55

Amazing how one person's introduction into your life at the right point of time can render so much differences! Proves humans connect really at the level of humanity.

Will be reading this book pretty soon as it seems to have emerged straight from the heart!

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Post by celeste1974 » 22 Jun 2018, 15:06

Wow! I will definitely be adding your book to my bookshelf to read. I would love to read this and feel as if I am experiencing your life and emotions along with you. I also love you have it set in the 80's...former 80's kid here.

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Post by Muhammad Razaq » 23 Jun 2018, 05:46

Hi Gray,
Thanks for the letter. The story is very interesting because in real life we face such type of circumstances. I really enjoy it. wish you best of luck.

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Post by Cyndiekamau » 25 Jun 2018, 12:48

Woow ive just joined onlinebookclub and this book seems like a perfect kick starter!! I love the way you pour out your heart and soul deep into the book,,it makes a person want to reconnect with the sword swallower who happens to have an influence on your life. The letter intrigues a person to want to read the entire book.

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Post by Cyie22love » 27 Jun 2018, 04:01

i hope the book is as inriguing as the author makes it look,will read.

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Post by amber7966 » 28 Jun 2018, 18:47

I am glad I got to read your letter I am hoping I can read the book soon and if so I will be more than glad to be able to read it and think of how it was having an addiction to something.

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Post by llpwap » 29 Jun 2018, 11:09

Thank you for taking the time to write the post. I think that when there is real emotion behind the story a reader can tell. As I was reading about Duke, just the way you presented him, told me that the two of you were close. I am so glad that you found a friend that could inspire you in such wonderful ways.

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Post by Olanrewaju33 » 03 Jul 2018, 03:46

I really appreciate how u made ur book so interesting, keep it up

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Post by Ibeh12 » 07 Jul 2018, 03:22

I think I understand you, sir. I am glad the book affected you positively. Although I think sword swallowing is a very dangerous act. Thank you for sharing.

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Post by Humble8 » 07 Jul 2018, 12:22

It sound so interesting. I gist there is so much fun to read about. Thanks for your review,I cant wait to read too.

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Post by julessawyer » 09 Jul 2018, 09:28

Now I'm interested to read his book. I always thought books are made from fairy dust. The very conception are like magic even when the writer told how he wrote the book or his or her stories. :)

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Post by osayuwamen6 » 09 Jul 2018, 15:41

Nice letter, I like the title. I hope to read the book when it's out.

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Post by Jennifer Fernandez » 09 Jul 2018, 18:37

I must confess I wasnt very interested in this book but your letter has changed my mind. Now I'm really curious about it.

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Post by Cecilia_L » 09 Jul 2018, 21:31

I haven't read the book yet, only the review, but your heartfelt letter certainly sheds more light on the story and your journey writing it. Thank you.

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Post by ea_anthony » 12 Jul 2018, 13:17

Wow, I already planned to read this book as part of meeting my 2018 challenge, now I am going to look forward to reading it. Thanks Mr G
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