A Aussie
A old one
Operates a excavator for a living, but likes ta have a nose in a book to escape the drudgery of everyday life.
Is what's called a Bogan over here (petrol head)
Is also to old ta learn common sense now,but never mind it makes life more interesting lol

I very much appreciate the effort that authors put into sharing their thoughts and ideas on this site. Thank u


This member has not published any books.

Smashwords book reviews by readly6

  • The Lady Bug on Sep. 15, 2015

    All in all a good read that I enjoyed from start to finish. Well done
  • 80AD - The Jewel of Asgard (Book 1) on Sep. 15, 2015

    Another review from a OLD person lol, have read the whole series and enjoyed them greatly. Skyrim was never like this. Thanks for putting it out there for us to devour
  • Seeking a Miracle on Oct. 22, 2015

    Tuff times explained in a light hearted way but with compassion and understanding. Recommended read
  • Return to Mech City on Oct. 22, 2015

    Enjoyable good read
  • Expedition Westward on Oct. 22, 2015

    As good as the first book, a seriously tongue in cheek look at a post apocalyptic world. Enjoyed both, thank you
  • Defeat on Nov. 10, 2015

    Wow fantastic series, can't wait to read more
  • Eden's Ore - Secrets on Nov. 19, 2015

    A very good action packed read that l enjoyed immensely
  • The Adventures of Miss Maybelle on Jan. 26, 2017

  • The 40-Year-Old Vespa Virgin on Feb. 02, 2017

    A lighthearted bit of fun
  • Loral on Feb. 04, 2017

    A good short read
  • Faerie Brace-Face: A Novel on Feb. 04, 2017

  • Discipline on Feb. 12, 2017

    A good fast paced read, pity it ended
  • e-i-pi on Feb. 17, 2017

    Terrific, a real hidden gem
  • Flash Gold on Feb. 27, 2017

    A very good fast read that l enjoyed
  • The Bones of the Forest on March 02, 2017

    I enjoyed this short read, was surprised when it abruptly ended To me it felt like the first few chapters of a much longer story
  • Formerly Brandewyne on March 04, 2017

    I only picked up this book for its futuristic si fi content having no interest in romantic books at all. But am pleased to say that I enjoyed it from start to finish. Well written l thought and kept my interest from start to finish
  • Patent Mine on March 12, 2017

  • What Happens When You Don't Play Ball on April 01, 2017

    The second time I've read it, sums it up pretty well A good short read Recommended
  • The Stone Age on April 20, 2017

    A fantastic read
  • The War of Immensities on April 24, 2017

    Wow epic
  • The Chronicles of Vallanie Sharp: Novice on April 27, 2017

    Fantastic Would have enjoyed a follow-up book
  • Vector (The Extraterrestrial Anthology, Volume I: Temblar) on April 29, 2017

  • The Family on April 30, 2017

    I enjoyed it A good read that made sense
  • Once We Were Human on May 03, 2017

    Nothing to add other than what's already been written in other reviews, all in all a good read. The word succubus comes to mind
  • Sophia Grantham aka Kezia Tregilgus on May 13, 2017

    Well put together story l thought and without the usual dryness associated with most historical renderings, quite readable personalized history that l enjoyed reading.
  • Young Dan and HORROR-able People on May 13, 2017

    Terrific, told the way it was without all the bulls##t we currently live within. Enjoyed this book immensely and it brought back many memories
  • The Event - Tales of the Triad, Book One on May 27, 2017

  • Fledge on June 08, 2017

  • Entropic Quest on June 12, 2017

    Well now that was something different, guess I will have to read the next book.
  • Prisoners of Perfection - An Epic Fantasy by Tom Lichtenberg and Johnny Lichtenberg on June 12, 2017

    A bit stranger than the first book but still a choice read. Onto the next book
  • The End of the Line on June 13, 2017

    Oh no its the end of the line ... lol I could have gone another book for sure A good witty series of three books
  • Crazy Oyibo on June 17, 2017

    A small introduction to there amazingly detailed blog. For anyone who likes to explore on two wheels. Glad that I read it, am off to the blog next
  • Petrol Paws on June 17, 2017

    If only our Maremma dogs could read This would be their favorite book They are at the moment guarding the most valuable asset on the farm, their ute in case it goes anywhere and will stay there until it's back in the shed, I better grab the keys out to be sure they don't take off in it lol Terrific book
  • Chariots of Heaven on July 05, 2017

    Fantastic Enjoyed it immensely
  • Black Is The New Orange: How I Endured Living In A Home With Women With Personality Disorders on July 07, 2017

    Fascinating read, thanks to the author for sharing her personal story
  • Time on July 12, 2017

    Likewise I agree a great read
  • On The Block - Rocks, Rabbits and Reptiles on July 12, 2017

    It was great to have a window into the past & read up about some of the places that I have worked on or near to
  • Broken Tenets on July 26, 2017

    Very well written, enjoyed it immensely
  • Sacred Tenets on July 29, 2017

    Just like the first book l thought that this was a fantastic read.
  • Tenets of War on Aug. 01, 2017

    A terrific conclusion to the first 2 books. Best read I've had yet
  • Shards on Aug. 07, 2017

    Good. Gets to the point and spins a good yarn
  • Adventures with a Moke on Aug. 14, 2017

    Terrific little review of the beast
  • Doggyvision - How Dogs See on Aug. 17, 2017

    Very well explained & shown with pics
  • Thrown Away on Aug. 18, 2017

    Very good, liked the writing style Well told
  • Fool's Gold on Aug. 20, 2017

    Spun a good yarn
  • Zebra Horizon on Aug. 22, 2017

    A interesting read & look into Africa Well described in the blurb I found the main teenage character to be a bit grating at times
  • Crafting Love on Aug. 23, 2017

    Having my own blacksmith forge caused me to read this story, enjoyable quick read
  • Rayne on Aug. 23, 2017

    100 out of 100 for this book I immensely enjoyed it
  • Tall Poppies Along the Yarra on Aug. 24, 2017

    I only grabbed this book to read about William Barak. When I was a wee lad I would ride my pushie (bike) down what was then Piccaninny lane to check out the burial ground and read Williams monument. It was quite eerie at night time. At the time there was nothing taught in local schools about Corranderrk and scant information at the library. Anyway it's good to see it up in print
  • All That Glitters on Aug. 24, 2017

  • Never Forsaken: A Testimony Collection on Aug. 25, 2017

  • Travels with Par on Aug. 25, 2017

    And so life goes Being oldish myself and coming from growing up without any mod cons like running water or electricity to writing this on a tablet and modding the heck out of the Skyrim game until it crashes gives me a few yarns to spin to the kids/grandkids about the way things were Anyway sold the Dodge years ago lol, but still have a registered 1939 Bedford ute to take the youngens out in Not a big read but made me smirk
  • LSD Owns The Game #1 Skyrim on Aug. 30, 2017

    I realize that this book is a couple of years old but Skyrim is still trickling along. I personally like it because of the full access to the creation kit (on pc) that allows one to tweak every part of the game endlessly. Sites like Nexus with 13,341,046 members at the time of writing have thousands of mods, tools to use, forums etc. As well as whats out there in other countries around the world, l normally have 300 or 400 mods running at the same time successfully & spend more time modding the game than playing it. l also seem to use a lot of Korean, Chinese & Russian mods. Good fun 😆
  • Awakening on Aug. 31, 2017

    Well that was different, very good
  • Spore on Sep. 05, 2017

    Races along, is brutal & fills all the gaps in by the end A good quick read
  • Presidential 21 on Sep. 15, 2017

    Lol Good for a quick laugh. Over here in the land of Australia we don't have presidents, but Bob Hawke held the record for sculling a beer whilst being the top big banana priminister