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Re: “Local author attempts serialized email novel

It's so good and so addicting! Adam captures the Pittsburgh/Appalachian region vibes in a really interesting way.

Posted by Jennifer Hempen on 10/29/2017 at 1:42 AM

Re: “Local author attempts serialized email novel

Like many folks, I live a busy life with plans to read many books once I retire! The format of Adam's stories is perfect for someone like me who can read the next chapter before I go to bed, when I wake up in the morning, or when I have a down moment during my busy days (waiting in line at the DMV!). But beyond the size of the short chapters which make quick and easy reading, the characters and their journeys are intriguing and absorbing and I eagerly look forward to each new chapter showing up in my inbox. This is just the beginning for a truly amazing writer!!!

Posted by Susan Tellin on 10/25/2017 at 3:44 PM

Re: “Local author attempts serialized email novel

The series is actually SO entertaining. It's the perfect read for those little moments in my life when I'm waiting. Whether I'm picking up food, waiting for a ride, walking in to work, it's 5 minutes of a very exciting plot that perfectly fits in to my lifestyle.

Check it out for the next round. Seriously. Just do it.

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Posted by abbeyjcooper on 10/25/2017 at 3:15 PM

Re: “Local author attempts serialized email novel

Adams work is second to none in originality, language, and thought-provoking plot! The Truth Experience is something I genuinely look forward to reading at each installation: it stimulates thought and enraptures your mind - only for a few minutes! Then you are teased until the next chapter...

Posted by Sophia Y on 10/25/2017 at 3:02 PM

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