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  1. Dear Stephen,

    I see that you reviewed the book Plaza before. I have written a book that is similar to that. Would you be willing to let me provide you with a copy of the book in hopes that you would consider reviewing my book as well?

    My name is Michael Brown and the book I want to send is titled The Consecration of Jacob Jordaens. You can find a link to it here:

    I can provide it to you as a digital file (.mobi, .epub, or PDF).

    Of course, I understand that you are under zero obligation to review my book, and if you do review it, you can leave a good, or a bad review. I am simply looking for the opportunity to have you consider it.

    Thank you. I look forward to your response.


    Michael J Brown

  2. is there any works about GOBEKLI TEPE in Turkey ?

  3. That’s a mokdrb-ealer. Great thinking!

  4. Please help. I read a book long ago in the 1970’s or 80’s, the main character was a female space archaeologist whose father was also a famous archaeologist. She is called in to help safely explore a derelict spaceship recently discovered. They go from room to room in this huge empty ship to see if they can discover any information about the former non-humanoid occupants. It is not “Sphere” or “Rendezvous with Rama” or “Hyperion” I have also read those. I think it was a novel but it may have been a short story. Hope you can help me.

  5. You might be thinking of ‘The Architects of Hyperspace’. I think it had the father daughter storyline

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