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Comments

  1. Toni
    • 6th February 2014
    • 4:42 pm
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    I have read 3 of your books so far and I enjoy the horror.Horror has been my very favorite since I was a lot younger and still is, as an older women.I also have a few other books of yours that I haven’t started yet but can’t wait to read.Thank you so much will look forward to more books in the near future.Toni

    • iainrobwright
      • 6th February 2015
      • 10:34 pm
      • Reply

      Thanks, Toni. Really glad you’ve enjoyed my books so far. 🙂

  2. iainrobwright
    • 6th February 2014
    • 5:29 pm
    • Reply

    Thanks, Toni. Really glad you’ve enjoyed my books so far 🙂

  3. Adrienne
    • 20th March 2014
    • 6:11 pm
    • Reply

    Hey just wanted to give you a quick heads up. The
    words in your article seem to be running off the screen in Opera.
    I’m not sure if this is a format issue or something to do
    with web browser compatibility but I figured I’d post to let you
    know. The layout look great though! Hope you get the problem resolved
    soon. Cheers

  4. iainrobwright
    • 20th March 2014
    • 6:19 pm
    • Reply

    Hmmmm, thanks. I will look into it. 🙂

  5. christine barton
    • 7th April 2014
    • 7:09 am
    • Reply

    Really enjoy the books……however, the americanisms jar, eg. mommy, buddy. Given the settings are generally Brit, why is this?

    • iainrobwright
      • 7th April 2014
      • 9:52 am
      • Reply

      Believe it or not, those are all words that I use my self. I think being a nineties child and growing up on American TV, my own mannerisms are a little confused. I try to be mindful of it in my books, but it still creeps through.

      Iain Rob Wright

      Author of Horror and Suspense

      http://www.iainrobwright.com

  6. Toni
    • 24th April 2014
    • 10:14 pm
    • Reply

    Hi. Just finished another one , The Final Winter. Again, I enjoyed your writing. But you really need to get rid of the typos. If your paying someone to proof read, you should fire them. It absolutely wrecks the flow and destroys the feeling of ” being there”. I see a lot of this in these e books. It is becoming an important factor in purchasing. I read to go to other places,mentally of course. I seldom find it happening in printed material. That being said, I have gone back to paper for a while. Hopefully, you Authors, will institute a change for yourselves. I’m pretty sure you don’t hire people for not doing a quality job. I know I don’t. It is affecting your sales. I know several other readers that are feeling the same.

    • iainrobwright
      • 25th April 2014
      • 11:49 am
      • Reply

      Hi, Toni. Thanks for your comments. I have used proof readers and editors on all my books, so it is frustrating to hear that people are still finding errors. If you¹re ever inclined, please feel free to point anything out to me as I would greatly appreciate it. Until then, I apologise if your enjoyment was affected. All the best, Iain.

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  7. Andrew
    • 24th May 2014
    • 12:30 pm
    • Reply

    Hello Mr Wright. I don’t know how to start this without sounding like a little school girl gushing about a silly boy band- but I LOVE YOU, please don’t call the police, I LOVE what you have created.
    I have just finished reading the last of your books that I could get a hold of, which was Sam.
    I started with Sea sick and went from there, 2 weeks later I had read everything I could find you had written and I fell in love with what you have created.
    The integration of varies characters and company’s throughout your books left me gasping in shock when I come upon them – like finding an old friend or enemy-and the excitement I found myself in, my heart beating, at finding out what had happened to them or who they where before I had discovered them for the first time. I felt emotions for your characters and quite strong ones as I was reading about who they where, what they wanted from their lives and those around them and how much they where or where not wIlling to go to get through to the next moment, I BELIVED in them, I FELT like I knew them, I wanted to know more about them and still do.
    The only thing with falling in love with these books is that they ended and it’s left me with wanting more. So please start writing hehehe NOW
    Mr Wright you have filled me with many many hours filled with the most exciting journey I have experienced from a wittier in such a long time.
    You have put a warm feeling in my reading brain which I can access with a smile. I thank you for the experience Mr Wright and for sharing your creation with the world.

    I do hope there is more in the very near future.

    Andrew

    • iainrobwright
      • 24th May 2014
      • 12:50 pm
      • Reply

      Hi, Andrew. I am working very hard to get more books out soon. Hopefully I should have two more released in the next few weeks. And as for you LOVING me, I can only say that I love you too. I truly enjoy what I do for a living and without people like you buying and enjoying my books, I wouldn¹t have a future in this industry. Every time somebody contacts me to say my work means something to them it truly touches my heart. I gave writing a shot because it was always something I enjoyed doing. If I had know where it would lead me I would not have believed it. Thanks for buying my books, Andrew. I hope you¹ll stay in touch. 🙂

      Iain Rob Wright Author of Horror and Suspense http://www.iainrobwright.com

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    • iainrobwright
      • 2nd October 2014
      • 3:42 pm
      • Reply

      Hey, Andrew, you are more than welcome. I love what I do, and I love even more that you love it. xx

      • Andrew
        • 25th April 2015
        • 9:30 am
        • Reply

        Howdy Mr Iain Rob Wright – God, to me hehehe, I won’t go on how amazing you are and how I LOVE you and what you do, yet again, only a little hehehe

        Thank you for all the new work you have been pumping out geez you are busy, thank the stars for that, And thanks again for Sarah Stone, love her, you do have the knack of creating loveable characters no matter if they are the ” ideal ” heroes or even in some cases they may not even be loveable but you have made them so and I find myself rooting for the bad guys/girls at times.

        Of course I am collecting your A to Z of horror just got G but due to your utter depravity I cannot get D and can not purchase through the site here in Australia, do you have another way of purchasing D and purchasing some of your signed books, I would love to have the whole signed A to Z series one day so let me know how all the way over here we can do just that. I am not on face book so hoping it does not involve that.

        Thank you once again for EVERYTHING as I have said in previous email if I continue I will just start sounding like a stalker school girl with a gushing crush, I really don’t want to start chiseling your name with a pen on my arm I’m 43 won’t look good hehehe

        Andrew

        • iainrobwright
          • 25th April 2015
          • 9:44 am
          • Reply

          Hi Andrew. If you fill out the ‘free ebook’ form on my website I can send you a copy of D. We can also figure something out about signed books via paypal.

          Thanks for reading. So glad you’ve been enjoying my books 🙂

          Iain Rob Wright

          Author of Horror and Suspense

          http://www.iainrobwright.com

      • Andrew
        • 26th April 2015
        • 2:46 am
        • Reply

        Mr Wright thank you I have just filled out my free book info to obtain D, which as mentioned can not get in Australia, but I am embarrassed to say it will be my second free book I would have received from you I do hope that’s ok
        Again would LOVE to be able to get some signed editions of your works, well all, if you could let me know if it possible you did mention PayPal ?

        Again I am a bit star struck that you reply so swiftly to your emails, it does give me a little buzz getting an email from one such author as yourself hehehe school girl stalker crush again hehehe to think signed copies of your books almost wet my pants hehehe

        Thanks Mr Wright
        Andrew

        • iainrobwright
          • 26th April 2015
          • 9:10 am
          • Reply

          It’s no problem, Andrew. It’s not your fault you can’t buy it so you can have a free copy.

          I reply to my emails as quickly as I can and that varies.

          Iain Rob Wright

          Author of Horror and Suspense

          http://www.iainrobwright.com

  8. Dawn Swan
    • 6th February 2015
    • 11:54 am
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    Hi Iain

    I was first introduced to the horror genre at 13 years of age by James Herbert with his delightful little novel ‘The Rats’. Now, nearly 40 years on I am still very much in love with horror/post apocalyptic novels and was thrilled when I discovered yours. I started with The Final Winter, loved it and soon moved on, being very happy to discover familiar characters popping up in other works. I love it when authors do this, it makes their worlds so much more realistic and enables the characters to develop much more fully. Another thing I am really happy with (and this is a huge bugbear I have with other writers, particularly Americans it seems) is that your novels, although being of the same world and sharing characters, are very much stand alone stories. Please please PLEASE keep to this format. I am getting increasingly annoyed with receiving offers for books at a very reasonable price or free, only to find on closer investigation that it is book one of a seemingly never ending series and I will be expected to pay a small fortune for the rest of them. Please do not get me wrong, I am more than happy to pay a reasonable price for the pleasure of receiving a new book to read, however, I object to being pulled in with a good offer, becoming engrossed in the story, only to find ‘to be continued’ smugly sitting on the final page.Sometimes a story is labelled as a trilogy and then extends to ten or more parts. Aside from sometimes creating a long wait for new parts to be released, thus losing the thread of the story, I am finding I do not have enough time to keep track of them all let alone read them. This is an unfortunate trend which is developing and I sincerely hope a stop can be put to it. I love your one off formats and my only gripe is that I only have about two more of your collection to read now, so please get your fingers tapping.

    Looking forward to many more books from you.

    Dawn

    • iainrobwright
      • 6th February 2015
      • 10:21 pm
      • Reply

      Thanks Dawn. The format of my back catalogue was inspired by Brian Keene, who also writes ‘stand-alone’ titles within a connected universe. I, too, enjoyed this method as a reader and I applied it to my own work when I became a professional writer. I don’t see me changing from that format anytime soon, although I will be writing a trilogy soon, too, so please indulge me a little. I have new books out soon and I thank you for reading so many. I grew up reading James Herbert so it makes me happy to think that fans of his can also enjoy my work. Keep in touch 🙂

      Iain Rob Wright

      Author of Horror and Suspense

      http://www.iainrobwright.com

      • Dawn Swan
        • 25th April 2015
        • 5:11 pm
        • Reply

        Hi Iain

        I will certainly read a trilogy written by you and will be looking forward to it. Just as long as you are fully aware that a trilogy means three and you don’t fall into the trap of making it any more parts than that. If you wish to write an extended series, please tell us you are doing so and do not market it as a trilogy, PLEASE! I have read many of Brian Keene’s novels and have rather enjoyed them. Interesting that the zombie virus extends to animals in his work, however, I prefer it when authors don’t do this. Having said which, your Animal Kingdom novel was awesome if a little saddening. No zombies but as a diabetic praying for a cure, I hope they never decide to try that one.

        I would also agree with another fan that your use of Americanisms can be a trifle jarring at times. I don’t mind most of them as I use them myself on occasions, but ‘mommy’ is particularly annoying. Just my opinion.

        As another fan mentioned, I am also having trouble finding ‘D’ in your A to Z of horror. I have, in fact, just found out that it is banned for release on Kindle which is infuriating as I have all of your work on there. Can I ask the reason for this ban and how I can acquire a copy? I would much prefer to have it on Kindle as it would look out of place all on its own on the bookshelf and to be honest, I am running out of storage space for my collection of paper books.

  9. Kimberly Trivette
    • 9th April 2015
    • 7:22 pm
    • Reply

    I do believe I left a review for Sam on Amazon. I didn’t do it as I usually do as it came to me PDF. I am thoroughly enjoying your work. Thank you for sharing!!!!

  10. Jimmy Fishgrab
    • 24th May 2015
    • 5:11 pm
    • Reply

    I noticed that other people have commented on the poor proof reading in your books. I just finished Sea Sick and the grammatical errors, and the spelling errors made it hard for me to finish.
    I liked the plot but am not sure I will read any more of them.

    Jimmy

    • iainrobwright
      • 24th May 2015
      • 6:16 pm
      • Reply

      When did you download it? There was a new edition released in 2015 that should have been better then the previous. Also, my last few releases (Such as the Picture Frame and Hot Zone) were professionally edited so “Hopefully” they should be much better. Going forward I will be working with professional editors that will prevent errors getting through at all. Thanks for the feedback Jimmy, and don’t forget you can get a free ebook from my website if you want to take another gamble on me 🙂

      Iain Rob Wright

      Author of Horror and Suspense

      http://www.iainrobwright.com

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