May 11, 2014
Book of Nine Copyright Statement
“The Book of Nine” title, content and concept, the Slavic future-medieval setting and the nine gods theme are the intellectual copyright of Luke Andreski.
Luke Andreski has also asserted his right under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 to be identified as the author of The Book of Nine. All rights to publication, distribution or serialisation, in any form or in any media, are reserved by the copyright holder. No part of The Book of Nine may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form, or by any means, electronic, mechanical, recording or otherwise, without the prior permission in writing of Luke Andreski. Electronic copies may at some point be purchased from http://www.lukeandreski.com or Amazon but are sold for sole use only and must not be copied for the use of anyone other than the purchaser or as a once-only gift from the purchaser to one other person for their sole use. The concept, ideology, creed, philosophy, belief system, slogans, logo, trademark, games applications and brand of The Book of Nine are the sole property of Luke Andreski and must not be used without his prior written permission.
September 2, 2011
My short story Armada is now available (for a week or so) on Bridgett Walther’s website, www.bridgettwalther.com. It can also be found on http://www.lukeandreski.com/stories.aspx.
I wrote this story to explore the feelings of transcendence and metamorphosis sometimes available to the lonely. I sympathise with the need of those who are strange or unusual or different to find acceptance and recognition – but I also know that isolation and loneliness can offer an intensity of perception unavailable when you are immersed in the crowd.
The stillness of being alone, wherever you are, can amplify your thoughts and offer you insights you would never otherwise achieve.
I hope you like the story. Feedback is welcome.
August 20, 2011
Sitting in the High Chair – now available at www.bridgettwalther.com.
This story was written on the basis of a dream. I leapt out of bed, scribbled the story down, and hardly changed it. It’s one of my most popular short stories. I hope you enjoy it.
For more stories check out www.theoutskirtsofmymind.com.