All Stories, Literally Reruns

Literally Reruns -Trick or Treating in Germanville by Tobias Haglund

It’s been far too long since we had a piece by one of the original founders of LS. Maybe Leila pulling out this story will give him the push needed to send us something new. We can only hope.

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Literally Reruns – The World Leapers by Oliver Lavery

Reading this story seems to have puzzled and delighted Leila in equal measure. Good fiction can do that to a person – She left it by the bottom of the Dungeon steps along with a note saying she was off to split some skulls!!

n.b. the year she refers to here is the abomination that was 2020 – Leila keeps us well supplied with Reruns and at one per week we are often just a bit behind.

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Literally Reruns – The Adamant Carbonisation of Henry Spiller by Nik Eveleigh

Leila rang the discovery bell outside the dungeon door and we were delighted to find this piece on the step. Maybe having a rerun will encourage Nik to submit another piece, it’s been too long a wait:

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Literally Reruns – What Would Breslin Have Thought by Adam Kluger

Leila was seen on the battlements at midnight. We tried to tempt her down for food but no – Instead she handed over this piece by a quirky and interesting author who turns out fascinating little slice of life stories. This is what she said:

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Literally Reruns – Cheating the Jail Out of Time by James Hanna

We tried to encourage Leila out of the dungeons for a while over the festive season but no, she was determined to carry on rootling around. She did present us with this piece by our old friend James. This is what she said:

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Literally Reruns – The Bracelet by David Henson

Leila has gone back quite a way with this one and singled out a long time friend of the site. David Henson has stuck with us for a long time and it’s great to see his work getting another moment in the sun. This is what she said:

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Literally Reruns – Overpowered by Diane M Dickson

Leila has brought a big grin to my face by choosing this piece for a Rerun. I read it over again, it’s a while since I wrote it and – though I freely admit it has glitches it did make me smile. This is what she said:-

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