Luke Neima

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StoryDon't Wake Up Thomas Frye61 year 9 months ago
StoryDifferences. Weefatfella32 years 9 months ago
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StoryTHE BEANO (IP) Linda Wigzell Cress293 years 6 months ago
StoryAngels gone anakin.kit23 years 7 months ago
StorySlowly emerging, January to March Rhiannonw213 years 9 months ago
StoryCharlie's Going Home Ed Crane204 years 1 month ago
StoryAutumn mornings alexwritings34 years 7 months ago
StoryAn Early Christmas Tale to Put You in the Mood hudsonmoon144 years 11 months ago
StoryFamilies are like fungus mandylifeboats75 years 1 month ago
StoryA skeuomorphic diet for a trip to Mars (IP) Rhiannonw145 years 9 months ago
StoryA Black Bridleless Horse Melkur55 years 10 months ago
StoryThe Slave pradaboy86 years 3 months ago
StoryThe Termini Flower socialeaf46 years 5 months ago
StoryMax jazz36 years 5 months ago
Story“He should have gone to …” (IP) Rhiannonw176 years 6 months ago
StoryMaybe … Rhiannonw126 years 6 months ago
Blog entryInterview with Jack O'Donnell, Author of Lily Poole Luke Neima236 years 7 months ago
StoryIt is I, Abiku Vladislas3236 years 8 months ago
StoryColdplay wordplay wedding day samhennig116 years 10 months ago
Simplenews newsletterThis Christmas Help Publish ABCtales Author Celticman Luke Neima06 years 11 months ago
Blog entryRoll Up, Roll Up Luke Neima17 years 1 month ago
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Blog entryAn Interview with Ewan Lawrie, Author of Gibbous House Luke Neima27 years 2 months ago

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The Final Journals of Dr. Peter Lurneman (Journal IV)

IV.I I can use the words, now. I had to work through two notebooks before I could move through the world again. Or rather it is the world that moves...
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The Final Journals of Dr. Peter Lurneman (Journal III)

III.I I felt much better this morning, but still somewhat disoriented. It is as if my perceptions are overdetermined. Each of my senses is greatly...
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The Passageway

There was this passageway, Long, rich, ferned. Pools, an old stairway, statuary. There are some leftover spines and a reading chair and the echo is...
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The Final Journals of Dr. Peter Lurneman (Journal II)

II.I Acacia falcata — Sabah, Malaysia: growth rate 1.2 inches/day. Bambusa Vulgaris — Burma: growth rate up to 3 ft/day. Both greatly overshadowed by...
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The Final Journals of Dr. Peter Lurneman (Journal I)

Editors’ note: After several months of debate we have decided to publish the succeeding text, a reproduction of the final field journals of Dr. Peter...

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26 of my comments have received 30 Great Feedback votes

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Such a well captured moment.

Posted on Wed, 11 Jun 2014

Such a well captured moment. I love the narrator's innocent perception of beauty, the flash of goodwill, as it gives way, immediately, into the old pool of venality.

Beautifully done socialeaf - keep them coming!

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Posted in The Termini Flower

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This is a strong opener, Vlad

Posted on Tue, 25 Mar 2014

This is a strong opener, Vlad - Vividly imagined and very well layed out, this is a fascinating and intriguing world you're introducing us to.

My suggestion, in terms of layout, would be to fold the exposition secition - the second bit -...

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Posted in Magic in Black, White, and Grey | Chapter 1: My Name is Aiymys Konrad

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You could take this farther.

Posted on Fri, 14 Feb 2014

You could take this farther. Reading, I feel like I'm witnessing the start of a much longer process of transformation within the character - as if this event is only the starting point for a much longer process of personal development. And you...

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Posted in Grandad's Party - Chapter 3 of 3

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I'm with scratch on this one.

Posted on Tue, 11 Feb 2014

I'm with scratch on this one. Can't believe I've let myself get behind. That last paragraph is a show-stopper. And that little suicide-knot in the light in paragraph one colours everything just so.

Should it be 'put' instead of 'putting'...

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Posted in school photos 46

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A great opener, bdeye. Lots

Posted on Tue, 08 Jul 2014

A great opener, bdeye. Lots of action and some great ideas. Would love to see where this goes.

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Posted in The Quiet Government Men Chapter 1

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I didn't expect that twist,

Posted on Tue, 24 Jun 2014

I didn't expect that twist, Ed - really well done!

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Posted in X-Ray and I

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Agreed. This is fantastic. I

Posted on Fri, 13 Jun 2014

Agreed. This is fantastic. I love the voice and perspective, here - so unexpected.

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Posted in Nettles

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A beautiful, heartfelt piece,

Posted on Wed, 04 Jun 2014

A beautiful, heartfelt piece, Anakin. The sincerity of your voice comes through so well!

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Posted in Angels gone

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Sharp, horrific, but rings

Posted on Sun, 11 May 2014

Sharp, horrific, but rings true throughout. A quick edit: 'Twenty boys... with curls that retreated into a skull like faces' (drop the 'a')

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Posted in uncovering oneself (2)

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I like it Sam, I like this

Posted on Thu, 08 May 2014

I like it Sam, I like this sense of being lost in the world of work, always between recreation and play and dissatisfaction. That really worked for me - the voice felt honest and real - and I wanted to read more (the best sign you can get from...

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Posted in Just do it

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