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I have 19 stories published in one collection on the site.
My stories have been read 3993 times and 20 of my stories have been cherry picked.
3 of my 29 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 3 votes

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Pete Langman

Mildly disillusioned pensman. Author of Killing Beauties

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Cherry

Shakespeare Must Die Act 5

Act 5 scene 1 1619. Whitehall. The gardens. Bacon and Buckingham are alone. Buck – Francis, it's the only way. Bacon – Perchance the only way for you...
Cherry

Shakespeare Must Die Act 4 scs 3 & 4

Act 4 sc 3 1613. The Globe has burnt to the ground. King James and Ben Jonson walk in Whitehall. Jonson - If it were done, it was best it were done...
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Shakespeare Must Die Act 4 scs 1-3

Act 4 – 1606. Dr Faustus has just been published. Sc 1 The upstairs of the inn. Bacon, Donne and Jonson await the arrival of James. Jonson – And I...
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Shakespeare Must Die Act 3

Act 3 – 1603. Elizabeth is dead. She is succeeded on the throne by James VI of Scotland. Lady Herbert and Ben Jonson are upstairs at the inn. Lady...
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Shakespeare Must Die Act 2

Act 2 – Five years have passed – it is now 1598 Scene 1 Richard Burbage storms into his office, slamming the door behind him . Burbage R – Bastards!...

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3 of my comments have received 3 Great Feedback votes

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Judging ...

Posted on Sat, 03 Jul 2021

From all the comments above, the situation is worse than I thought. I expect a class action suit to be pressed at the ECHR within days.

Keep up the good work!

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Posted in You

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I like

Posted on Fri, 25 Jun 2021

the pace to your writing, Ewan. And the questions it almost asks and thus never knowingly answers.

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Posted in The Thief at the Café De Bs. As.

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Apologies ...

Posted on Fri, 18 Jun 2021

Apparently I silently commented. Not sure how I did that, or whether it has any cosmic relevance, but I did enjoy the poem!

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Posted in A Feast of Bells