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Old 07-29-2014, 05:16 PM
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Hey guys,

I'm working on a new book which I shall hopefully publish next summer, and I really would like someone to take a look at it.

Its working title is Doubt Thou, and it's a futuristic retelling of Shakespeare's Hamlet, taking place in thirtieth century north america, which is divided into twenty separately ruled marches (ruled by marquesses and marchionesses). Humans, especially rich ones or royalty, have the option to be upgraded into automatons, improving their brain function, making them basically immortal, and also transforming their physical appearance into something more "desirable". I am working really hard on this and I will post a few chapters on kidpub, but I would love to have some people get in contact with me via email and help me out with the reviewing and editing process as I go along.

Thanks,

Esther
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Old 07-29-2014, 05:19 PM
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Hey guys,

I'm working on a new book which I shall hopefully publish next summer, and I really would like someone to take a look at it.

Its working title is Doubt Thou, and it's a futuristic retelling of Shakespeare's Hamlet, taking place in thirtieth century north america, which is divided into twenty separately ruled marches (ruled by marquesses and marchionesses). Humans, especially rich ones or royalty, have the option to be upgraded into automatons, improving their brain function, making them basically immortal, and also transforming their physical appearance into something more "desirable". I am working really hard on this and I will post a few chapters on kidpub, but I would love to have some people get in contact with me via email and help me out with the reviewing and editing process as I go along.

Thanks,

Esther
I would absolutely love to. c: That idea sounds fabulous (Hamlet <333 I've read that at least seven times), and I'd love to read any of your writing. My email address is nikkilev11@hotmail.com email me whenever, and I'll get back to you as soon as I can. c:
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Old 07-29-2014, 05:23 PM
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I would absolutely love to. c: That idea sounds fabulous (Hamlet <333 I've read that at least seven times), and I'd love to read any of your writing. My email address is nikkilev11@hotmail.com email me whenever, and I'll get back to you as soon as I can. c:


asdfjkl; yes someone else has read hamlet


I'll email you sometime today
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Old 07-29-2014, 05:37 PM
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asdfjkl; yes someone else has read hamlet


I'll email you sometime today
(*whispers*) I slept with it under my pillow the night I finished it and cried ;-; (*hugs Rosencrantz and sobs*) Have you read Julius Caesar? That's my second favourite by him, but Macbeth and The Tempest were great, too.


Great! c: I read the bit you posted on the NSP, and 'twas fantastic.
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Old 07-29-2014, 06:38 PM
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Hey guys,

I'm working on a new book which I shall hopefully publish next summer, and I really would like someone to take a look at it.

Its working title is Doubt Thou, and it's a futuristic retelling of Shakespeare's Hamlet, taking place in thirtieth century north america, which is divided into twenty separately ruled marches (ruled by marquesses and marchionesses). Humans, especially rich ones or royalty, have the option to be upgraded into automatons, improving their brain function, making them basically immortal, and also transforming their physical appearance into something more "desirable". I am working really hard on this and I will post a few chapters on kidpub, but I would love to have some people get in contact with me via email and help me out with the reviewing and editing process as I go along.

Thanks,

Esther
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Old 07-29-2014, 09:53 PM
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My contact tab is currently open!
Be warned, though. I'm a bit of a grammar nazi at times and will excessively CC your story.


That's fine, I am also a grammar nazi.
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Old 07-30-2014, 08:24 AM
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I'm too dumb to read Hamlet

(p.s. I could help too, my email is huhjesse@gmail.com)
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