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  • Wasabi
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    You've met Nick as well, great chap he is, it's not often you get to rub shoulders with Black Ops soldiers on RAR in Thailand , Nicks a one off legend.
    I'm sure he'll recognise himself in the book, there can't be two Nicks about.

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  • Mr Tinkles
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    First Chapter of Thailand Calling

    Snapshot From Pattaya, Passage II
    Pattaya Beach
    January 3rdDavid Hasselhoff.JPGwas

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  • Mid
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    Originally posted by Marmite the Dog View Post
    This was a good read and by one of our own.

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Once-Upon-T...me+in+the+east
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    https://booksmango.com/downloads/onc...e-in-the-east/

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  • Norton
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    Originally posted by Boon Mee View Post
    For the most part, these books are junk especially for any Farang worth his salt. Been in LOS more than a couple months.
    Absolutely. Literary pap. A couple I enjoyed.
    http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/2...eople_Of_Esarn
    http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3...onsoon_Country
    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...AJ&redir_esc=y

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  • Boon Mee
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    For the most part, these books are junk especially for any Farang worth his salt. Been in LOS more than a couple months.

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  • Chesty P.
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    Originally posted by Mr Tinkles View Post
    In the old days you actually had to be good at writing to get published, these days technology lets any man and his dog hack out an ebook on Amazon that really aren't worthy of anybodies time or money

    This guy will be lucky to sell a couple hundred
    I agree. That is why I mostly ignore books that are not published by reputable agencies. However, Private Dancer was published online originally and it is a good read.. Stephen Leather's publisher turned him down. He gave it away for free. You had to print it yourself.

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  • Mr Tinkles
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    In the old days you actually had to be good at writing to get published, these days technology lets any man and his dog hack out an ebook on Amazon that really aren't worthy of anybodies time or money

    This guy will be lucky to sell a couple hundred

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  • Marmite the Dog
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    Once Upon a Time in the East: Hot and Sticky Yarns from Rural Siam

    This was a good read and by one of our own.

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Once-Upon-T...me+in+the+east

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  • Boon Mee
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    How about some contribution to the site? Would you like to write an article with some excerpts from your book?

    *Redacted*

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  • Boon Mee
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    Originally posted by kaisersoze55 View Post
    Thanks to those who bought the book. If you haven't checked it out yet it's still on Amazon and most other book sites.
    Too expensive. Bring down the price (I'm a Cheap Charlie) and I might buy it.

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  • kaisersoze55
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    Thanks

    Thanks to those who bought the book. If you haven't checked it out yet it's still on Amazon and most other book sites.

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  • Bonglek
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    I plan to write a book about Thailand someday but so far I've only got the title :

    Sucky sucky fooky fooky


    I'm sure it will comfortably pass under the bar set by similar kinds of erudite Thai cultural guides. Just got to get the informative title past the publishers.

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  • kaisersoze55
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    Thailand Calling a novel

    If you haven't already,please check out my novel, Thailand Calling. It's about a Chicago columnist who leaves his wife and job to chase prostitues in Thailand. On his first in Bangkok, terrrorist bombs explode and his plans begin to go awry. The book has gotten some very good reviews and is worth checking out. It's available on Amazon and most other book sites. On Amazon, it is also available in paperback.
    Thailand Calling by Dana Aaron Mather
    http://www.amzn.com/B00OYTJZM2
    Attached Files

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  • kaisersoze55
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    Thailand Calling: The Greatest Christmas Story Ever Told

    My name is Dana Aaron Mather and I've written a book called Thailand Calling. It's not actually a Christmas Story but does take place in Thailand over the Christmas season. It's about a Chicago columnist who has a midlife crisis and suddenly leaves his wife and job to chase prostitutes in Thailand. It's a simple story but one that a lot men can relate to. A few hundred people have read it now and reviews have been good. If you are looking for something to read, check out the free sample and reviews on Amazon. The book is available on most other book sites as well and in print version on Amazon. http://www.amzn.com/B00OYTJZM2

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  • Cyrille
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    Originally posted by kaisersoze55 View Post
    The actual book on Amazon doesn't have any typo errors. Those errors must have occurred, when I cut and pasted from a Word file onto this forum. I don't know why. Check the free sample. It's a better print as well. http://www.amzn.com/B00OYTJZM2
    Urban Romance is the sort of rs gravy I'd expect from remaindered Mills and Boon, only wonder what sort of morons pay for this cliched,drivel

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