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1 Tuesday, August 18, 2020 1 14 1
1 Greetings to Mr Andrej Koymasky,
Master of the short, and sometimes not so short, story. I am presently working my way through your archive on Nifty but can no longer contain my eagerness to write to you in praise of your entertaining and delightful works. Today I have read your"Double shunt", that fantastical and exciting comedy of errors and am writing to express my admiration for the wide range of writing styles and story types that you have employed, and yet I have many more still to read.
You have a wonderful gift of drawing your reader into the mind and heart of your characters as well as into the worlds which they inhabit.

I must admit that I have also looked at your website and was mightily impressed by that but, at the moment, all of my enthusiasm is taken up by your stories.

I enjoy writing to the Nifty authors whose I encounter and offering my thanks and praise and many of you invite readers to respond with comments etc as a fitting means of rewarding your efforts. Today, however, I look on this little task as less one of duty, or what I can do to repay an author, but rather one of expressing my profound gratefulness for the excellent fare you offer up to us.

I wish your imagination and skill every power to continue to enthral us, your readers. I also wish you health, safety and happiness, particularly at this time of pandemic.
Very best wishes,
John, Scotland.

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1 Saturday, June 29, 2019 1 13 1
1 "Double shunt" - Well, first, it Is "Nifty", which means swell, neat, cool, nice. Some problems in your translation but a very neat twist to a story. But the doctor should have wiped his fingerprints off of the gun, etc. Of course, with no body, no crime.

I loved the twink boy who loved getting sexed so much he gave it away for free next time, I see a relationship growing there. Maybe add that into another story.

Mar
Rhymes with far

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1 Friday, June 14, 2019 1 12 1
1 I've read your story "Double shunt"

Great story, look forward to more of your stories. Also, would like to read your other stories but URL will not open, just goes back to the first part of this story: thanks for posting it,

mtn man

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1 Sunday, May 12, 2019 1 11 1
1 Andrej,

I am continuing to read your stories.

I enjoy very much the way you delve into such a variety of other cultures that I am mostly not familiar with (though I have travelled quite widely). Japan (boy san) Romany (manush) Mafia (double shunt) and now Montsabot. And in addition your accounts seem authentic - either you know them from the inside, or you research them well.

There is a large store which will keep me happily busy for some time to come.

David T.

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1 Monday, April 29, 2019 1 10 1
1 Hi Andrej

Just read your account of Jaume (The king of Sitges) and enjoyed it a lot. I then read a few episodes of your mafia story of confused identities (Double shunt), and then of Piero (Akim Akim).

I am not sure of your mother tongue, but because you get a friend to check your translation, I am pretty sure it is not English. Although a couple of stories are set in Italy, your name suggests that is not where you are from... it sounds more like central Europe.

I start with this preamble because I am writing to tell you that I am impressed by the way you write, especially as a presumed foreigner to English. There are occasional awkward expressions, but more often, I find myself admiring the way you express yourself. I also find your style more subtle than the more common, "bam bam thank you mam" with more tenderness and innocence and joy of discovery.

You also seem to be well travelled, with knowledge of Spain and Italy, which as I commented, are probably not your country of birth. That makes you a bit of a kindred spirit.

David

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1 Saturday, 12 June 2010 1 9 1
1 Dear Andrej,

As I read and reread your wonderful stories I find myself amazed at the amount of truth woven into fiction. One such truth, or I should say, the most powerful of all truths I discovered in your wonderful stories, I found in Double shunt.

From "Double shunt":

"A not previewed advance in time, a mistaken number, a cigarette packet and a magazine forgotten on a table... little things, of no importance in themselves, allowed Rinaldo to survive..."

It is the little things that happen and seem to be of no importance at the time, that give birth to some of our greatest achievements, and most of all, become the doorway to our greatest happiness and love. Discovering your wonderful site is one such "greatest joy" of all times to me.

I wish it were possible for me to write the words of the wonderful joy you have brought to me. But, alas, all I can do is put ink to paper and say with all my heart, thanks!!!

Your grateful friend,

Jim

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1 Wednesday, 06 February 2008 1 8 1
1 I've seen your updates. I haven't read them yet, but I really want to do soon when I have time. My pc has just been repaired. it's terrible, I didn't have enough money to fix it sooner. end of complaint

Double shunt

I giggled all the time when I read this, it's short but very interesting. I wanted it a bit longer, but maybe it's better this way. most of yours works are very good, not all of them though (just in my opinon)

Somes stories , how I should put it, are a little difficult to read because there is too much sex, (I'm sorry) ex Boy-san , My Ten Models, Beach Tales

up until now, I still like The odd couple the best.

thank you for letting me read your stories.

happy lunar new year! Wish you health, happiness and more...

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1 Tuesday, 11 October 2005 1 7 1
1 Hi Andrej,

The Odd Couple - another wonderful story Andrej. This is without doubt the most beautiful of your stories that I have read. On a scale 1 to 10 I give it 10!!

The main characters were wonderful, both of them. Dear Maurizio certainly endured a lot of suffering to get his "man".

I read Double shunt on Friday and found it most humorous.

Have just read Forceps Mark and loved it, although I must admit I skipped a lot of the "graphic" bits.

Hugszz,
Brian.

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1 Wednesday, 27 March 2002 1 6 1
1 Dear Mr. Koymasky,

It has been such a long time since the appearance of another translation of one of your stories that I thought I'd write again to express my keen interest in being able to read the others.

You may recall that I have read every story currently posted in English, some of them more than once (Double Shunt continues to be my favorite, with Happy Christmas Neil & Norman and The Tide's Man tying for second).

Is it possible to say when some of the remaining stories will be posted in English?

Yours gratefully, Frank

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1 Sunday, 28 October 2001 1 5 1
1 Dear Mr. Koymasky,

This is to let you know how remarkably interesting I found your story Double Shunt. Months ago, I read it - and thought it very clever. Now, I have re-read it - with repeated pleasure. What a good movie it would make!

Stories which display both strong erotic situations and really good story lines have come my way rarely. I look forward hugely to reading your other stories.

Sincerely,

Frank

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1 Thursday, 12 August 1999 1 4 1
1 Andrej,

Thank you for posting such lovely stories! I just read your recent one, "Double Shunt", about the mafia mix-up, and it was wonderful. I also liked your Akim, Akim... story very much.

By the way, I am female, and straight -- I just like sometimes to read sex stories about men. And I love your Italian accent -- I can hear it right through your writing!

Best wishes,

Sylphie

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1 Tuesday, 13 July 1999 1 3 1
1 Andrej

"Double Shunt" -- Very nice story -- some syntax problems, but they actually made it rather appealing.
Descriptions good -- all the attributes of a good farce -- and great descriptions of the sex.
Thanks!

Slmfool

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1 Sunday, 11 July 1999 1 2 1
1 Andrej--

double shunt a really clever and enjoyable story -- so rare!! Keep up the great work!

Stan!

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1 Sunday, 11 July 1999 1 1 1
1 "Double Shunt"

Very good and very clever.
Thanks a lot.

Davey

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