Monday, July 10, 2006

Free-luv


If, like most people, you subscribe to Prizes Galore, you will already know that there are 5 copies of Britain's best-loved internet romance novel to be won this week or month or however often it comes out.

And if, like most people, your first stop on the internet every day is www.enchantedentertainment.co.uk you will have already read THIS about Britain's best-loved internet romance novel:

e-luv is a book that a lot of us internet minded people can identify with.Delving into the world of the internet head on and tackling some of the lesser talked about 'activities' that take place on line, e-luv is not only a great and entertaining read, but it has some genuinely funny and all too true parts to its story. Dave Roberts has managed to put an original spin on the world of online dating and has pulled it off brilliantly.

5 Comments:

Blogger JonnyB said...

But there are too many exclamation marks. You cannot possibly buy a funny book based on a review that contains too many exclamation marks. It would be wrong.

Suggestion: contact the website and ask them if they would remove some of the exclamation marks. They could leave in one if they really really wanted to. Explain that it is likely to hurt your sales (having too many exclamation marks, see above) and I'm sure that they will be okay with that.

2:47 PM  
Blogger Dave said...

You're right! Exclamation marks are rubbish! You won't find any in e-luv by Dave Roberts available at all good booksellers for just £7.99!
Meanwhile, I have removed all exclamation marks from the review because you seem to be the only person who reads this blog and deserve to be taken seriously.

8:16 PM  
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