Short Stories and Mad Rants


Grab a cup of something warm or something cold, depending on your location--if you are in New York I recommend the former. This freaking wind is making it freaking cold! Ready? Good. Sit back and get your read on! Short Stories and Mad Rants has been Touched by Pagan Culture Saturdays!

If I didn’t know what type of person I was, I would say that I cheated this morning. I’m saying this because you all know yesterday I was in the dumps, so when List Randomizer picked a flash fiction blog to be showcased on Touched by Pagan Culture Saturdays! I felt my mood lifting as if by magic. Maybe is was magic, Diandra is a “writer, Witch and lover” after all.

I started reading the first story and told myself “This is just what the doctor ordered.” Nothing warms my reader's soul better than an eclectic bundle of short-short stories on a Saturday morning. And Diandra delivered. This wonderful flash fiction writer left me in shock for about a minute… then, well my emotions morphed into something else…

So please read Diandra’s Short Stories and Mad Rants, and let this writer Witch intrigue you, scare you, or surprise the heck out of you!

24 comments:

  1. Congrats Diandra!!!

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  2. Interesting review. Will read Diandras Work. You have heavy wind too? The cold blasts here almost blew away our house!

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  3. Jon, make sure you check her out. Her writing is short and different.

    Diana, I went out to take the trash this morning and ended up running after the lid. Not a good site, me on my bathrobe running down the sidewalk after a freaking lid, hair all over the place. Not pretty at all. Oh, make sure you secure your attic, would hate to hear your "homeless" before you get it fixed ;)

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  4. I love this Touched By Pagan Culture series/idea/thing. It's introducing me to loads of unique sites.

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  5. You made a happy woman. Touched by Pagan Culture Saturdays! is doing exactly what it was meant to do!

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  6. Cool, I was number two!

    I love short stories. (Well, any kind of stories.) I'll have to check this blog out. :D

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  7. What a wonderful story teller!!! I liked them all! What fun to sit by the fire here and read the stories. I will definitely keep her on my list!
    Thanks hun for sharing her link!
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  8. Well, I'm a wannabe Witch writer...so perhaps I'll adore her as much as you, my sweet Magaly. :)

    Congrats to Diandra!

    )O(
    boo

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  9. Running after the Lid in the early morning in the strett? Indeed I can imagine more comfortable sitations! :-)

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  10. Casa Hice approves! Thank you Magaly!

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  11. Sarita, I hope you like her blog and decide to follow it. There is nothing more pleasing to a writing than to know someone is reading her stuff.

    Slommer, I really liked the dream too. I think that one of the things I like most, is how she has that ability to surprise you every time; some writers--including yours truly--dream for the ability to do that in every story.

    Bridgett, there is not such thing as a "wannabe Witch writer" if you write you are a writer, and I believe you do. I know you are a Witch, so I'm concluding that you are a Witch writer. And I'm always right, if not, ask my dad he'll tell you ;)

    Diana, me too lol.

    Alix, all is well now that the hotness made woman has approved!

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  12. Diandra’s "Short Stories and Mad Rants" reminds me of Edgar Allan Poe's work -

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  13. Ha! (in your face AJ!) Judy, I told my friend AJ that I thought Diandra sounded a bit like Poe and she said to get off the crack.

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  14. She's alot like Poe as I remember him from way back when... Makes my skin crawl and look over my shoulder... keep my revolver close at hand... eeewwwwyyyooowww...

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  15. After I finished reading "Dark alleys", I couldn't stop thinking 'this Diandra can write a very twisted tale. I'm loving it!"

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  16. Have you read the October ones yet?

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  17. I haven't have time, but I will ask her to see if it's okay to print them out so I can read them on the go. It's more convenient for me. Like that I can leave her feedback.

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  18. Very compelling reading... you will really enjoy them... bizarre is a good word... read them all this morning... oops...

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  19. I'm going to read a couple when I come back from the gym this afternoon ;)

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  20. Oh, uhm, wow. Thanks. What a nice surprise after a long working day. Guess I'll stay up for another while and write the story that was in my head all day.

    @Magaly: Of course you can print them out. I prefer paper to screen myself (and books fit so much better in my handbag than laptops).

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  21. You're very welcome Diandra. As you can see, everybody is loving it. Thank you for allowing me to print some of your stuff, so that I can enjoy it while I elbow my way through NYC's mass transit ;)

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  22. You're very welcome Diandra. As you can see, everybody is loving it. Thank you for allowing me to print some of your stuff, so that I can enjoy it while I elbow my way through NYC's mass transit ;)

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  23. You made a happy woman. Touched by Pagan Culture Saturdays! is doing exactly what it was meant to do!

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  24. I love this Touched By Pagan Culture series/idea/thing. It's introducing me to loads of unique sites.

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