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Offline davidwailing Reading
29 Jun 2013, 05:42 PM | Post: #21

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Wow, this is turning into a hit!
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This post was last modified: 29 Jun 2013 05:46 PM by DavidHaynes.
4 Stars from me!

If you're after a laugh then look no further. The ghost writer 'Mo' is completely 
politically incorrect but he had me chuckling away.
He reminded me of Roger Mellie from the Viz comic and I'd like to read about more of his adventures, historical and current. 
Very funny! 

Any plans for more Mo, Scribbler?

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(29 Jun 2013 05:36 PM)DavidHaynes71 Wrote: Wrote:  I've just read it Scribbler and I thought it was hilarious! Review to follow. 
Must've been good, I've just bought Lancashire Hotpot!
David, thank you for your nice comment and I'm pleased that you enjoyed it. However, I must reprimand you for buying my other story, I would quite happily have sent you a freebie, although it is much appreciated.
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(29 Jun 2013 05:42 PM)davidwailing Wrote: Wrote:  Wow, this is turning into a hit!
The celebrity backlash starts here - crikey, I'll be a dead little duck. Quack!
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Offline ElaineG Reading Standers by Dale Brumfield
29 Jun 2013, 05:56 PM | Post: #25

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(29 Jun 2013 05:45 PM)DavidHaynes71 Wrote: Wrote:  4 Stars from me!

If you're after a laugh then look no further. The ghost writer 'Mo' is completely 
politically incorrect but he had me chuckling away.
He reminded me of Roger Mellie from the Viz comic and I'd like to read about more of his adventures, historical and current. 
Very funny! 

Any plans for more Mo, Scribbler?

Reviews posted on both Amazon's.

The voice in my head for Mo was Mike Reid - the one off Eastenders not the 1970s DJ.

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(29 Jun 2013 05:56 PM)ElaineG Wrote: Wrote:  
(29 Jun 2013 05:45 PM)DavidHaynes71 Wrote: Wrote:  4 Stars from me!

If you're after a laugh then look no further. The ghost writer 'Mo' is completely 
politically incorrect but he had me chuckling away.
He reminded me of Roger Mellie from the Viz comic and I'd like to read about more of his adventures, historical and current. 
Very funny! 

Any plans for more Mo, Scribbler?

Reviews posted on both Amazon's.

The voice in my head for Mo was Mike Reid - the one off Eastenders not the 1970s DJ.
Haha! Yes I can see the similarity now!
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(29 Jun 2013 05:45 PM)DavidHaynes71 Wrote: Wrote:  4 Stars from me!

If you're after a laugh then look no further. The ghost writer 'Mo' is completely 
politically incorrect but he had me chuckling away.
He reminded me of Roger Mellie from the Viz comic and I'd like to read about more of his adventures, historical and current. 
Very funny! 

Any plans for more Mo, Scribbler?

Reviews posted on both Amazon's.
MANY THANKS, David, that's brilliant. I remember Roger Mellie, I think he used to take the mickey out of Jimmy Tarbuck, if I'm not mistaken?

Plans for Mo? I haven't even thought about it, I'm still trying to get my head around all the nice reviews and comments about my little story.
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I'd just like to say a big 'THANK YOU KUFfers' to everybody who played a part (however small) in this promo. I really appreciate the lovely reviews, the comments, the tweeting, blog posts etc. Somebody even snagged a copy in India, so it's official - I'm now a global nonentity! Big Grin
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