Would you be interested in reading the 1st chapter of a romance novel that I'm working on?
For comments or for my enjoyment? I am interested but I'm hardly an editor of a romance novel. So answer is yes, thank you .
I'd love to! Read mine as well and comment please! Don't let the beginning throw you off, it's for effect, just keep reading and you'll get it! Can't wait to read yours!
Hello, I think we all have a romance story within us.
I would like to read your chapter...you can find mine @
see what you think, Ladyfairz
I would love to read your first chapter-and you can read mine-its one of my hubs: The Crater
Yes please...and if anyone would read mine...I would be delighted
I will read yours and comment, if you read my Western and comment. jael
Yes of course direct it to me. I would love to read it.
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