Authonomy – A Productive Day

I updated Sanchin on Authonomy today. I only got the first six chapters done and I’ve somehow managed to mess up the formatting but I think the story is much better now. It’s back on a few watch lists so I’ll have to see how it goes.

I know I said I was just going to trust my own instincts from now on, and I am, but but it is still interesting to hear what other people think.

I find Authonomy much less intimidating than YouWriteOn.  Maybe it’s just because I don’t know for sure how YWO works, but I haven’t found anyway to contact other members yet. I like to be able to message the people who comment on my work and at least thank them for taking the time to read it, or perhaps discuss their comments.

Anyway, I managed to do quite a bit of reading on Authonomy. A couple of stories grabbed my attention and I read everything that had been uploaded.

I’m reading another now which will probably keep me up late.  I almost spat couscous all over my screen in the first paragraph so it had me hooked from the word go.

If you fancy a good laugh go and have look at Patrick Barrett’s Shakespeare’s Cuthbert. It might not appeal to your sense of humour, but it’ll tell you a lot about mine 😉 Gotta love that crow.

The link will take you to the pitch. To read the book, just click on the Read the Book link to the right of the pitch.