Three Simple Rules (From the Desk of Col. Garrett Ross)

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The Clements Academy was established, somewhere around the year 2045, to train the best and brightest orphans from around the world into the perfect agents. Weapons training, martial arts training, and small unit tactics are just a taste of the curriculum for Clements students. Mark Eblin is one graduate who's never been amazing...and now he's been had. More
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Words: 15,490
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301551781
About Brent Meske

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Brent is a husband, father, teacher, writer, and sometimes artist living in Seoul Korea, originally from Detroit, Michigan. Brent reads Stephen King, Brandon Mull, Jim Butcher, and a hundred others. You should too.

Lately Brent's been all over the place: designing book covers both E and print, editing up books, and reviewing for AIA (awesome indies, look them up). It's an exciting time to be a writer.

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Review by: Joey Jones on Jan. 17, 2013 :
I agree with above review. You could bundle these and charge something. Or charge a small amount per short story. I am hooked on this series.
(review of free book)

Review by: Francis W. Porretto on Jan. 10, 2013 :
I’m not one for hyperbole, so I’ll simply lay out the facts:
1. You have a gift. A very large gift.
2. You need editing help. You make a fair number of detail mistakes, and they interrupt the story experience.
3. The “Garrett Ross” stories should be agglomerated into a collection or two and sold for actual money. They’re worth it.

I’m generally acknowledged to be the toughest critic on Smashwords. I read the “Garrett Ross” stories -- all of them -- in ONE DAY, practically back-to-back. I was enthralled throughout.

Connect the dots!
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