Leroy is new to publishing but not new to writing. He has been involved in many creative writing courses and enjoys writing for the pleasure of writing for its own sake.
Leroy was encouraged to post some of his work initially on the Amazon kindle website ans then on Smashwords where the response from readers in terms of downloads has been very encouraging. He is particualrly keen to hear from people who have read his work and is always open to suggestions and constructive critisim.
Leroy hopes that in reading his works, you get just a smidging of the pleasure that he did in writing them If you do, then it has been all worth while as far as he is concerned.
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Smashwords book reviews by Leroy Jones
- Speak if You May
on June 17, 2011
Again good narrative that hold the attention. Projects the real terror that such a situation would hold for the victim. Well written.
- Family Care, 4th ed.
on June 27, 2011
Jesaa, has taken an age old fantasy, shaging the babysitter, and given it a breath of fresh life in this short story. Great chartacters and beleivable scenario’s too. Well worth reading and I shall look forward to her next story with great anticipation.
The interacation of the three main characters is excellent with the tension building at a good and steady pace until the inevitable occurs. A reasonable rounding off to the situation at the end of the book leaves the reader feeling satisfgied that all is well with the world. Highly recomended.
- Under Construction, Book One of the Cartel Series
on June 29, 2011
Summer has made a fantastic and believable storyline in this story. I started reading and straight from the prologue was hooked. Any book that starts in such a dramatic way has to hold your attention. The interaction between the characters is good and believable and your sympathy for the main character holds throughout the story begging the will she won’t she question until you eventually find the answer.
The erotic scenes are done in an excellent fashion (as always, see Summers free shorts for more of this lady’s excellent work in this department), and in no way detract from the story as they can do at times. This book is highly recommended and the twists turns and intricacies of the story bode well for the sequel. I am looking forward to it with much anticipation.