Blooming Howls

This bit of flash fiction was expanded, and it’s now the first short story of my Blooming Howls collection. The latter is available for purchase at Amazon.

http://pagan-culture.blogspot.com/p/blooming-howls.html

13 comments:

  1. Wow! Short fiction. I might have heard of this before, but it never clicked until I read your stories.
    Cool. Good work.

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  2. (^v^) Liked it. A lot.

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  3. Another wickedly wonderful piece! I really, really loved this one. *evil grin*

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  4. @Live 101, Hooray then!

    @Diandra, I thought you would. Wait till you read my latest bit; it made me grin. A lot.

    @Danni, So glad you liked it. I had fun writing it, and like I said above, I also grinned a lot ;-)

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  5. Yes, you are welcome to use my image as a prompt for your story. By the way, you have a nice current reading list... it just so happens I picked-up Good Omens at the library last week to listen to in the car.

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  6. Lovely! because I wrote the story about a minute after I left you that message.

    And about the reading, Pratchett is currently monopolizing my life. I'm reading Good Omens and listening to Going Postal in my car ;-)

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  7. Yes, you are welcome to use my image as a prompt for your story. By the way, you have a nice current reading list... it just so happens I picked-up Good Omens at the library last week to listen to in the car.

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  8. Lovely! because I wrote the story about a minute after I left you that message.

    And about the reading, Pratchett is currently monopolizing my life. I'm reading Good Omens and listening to Going Postal in my car ;-)

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  9. He didn’t like the idea of cutting the little bushes, but their flowers emitted the nastiest of smells, and the stench attracted flies.

    Fav line.

    I should have read this sooner in life.

    I might have gone around turn people into bushes instead of . . . well it doesn't matter.

    ;p

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  10. Bwahahahahaha.........love it :D XXX

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    1. I did quite a bit of cackling myself when I wrote this. I thought it would put you in the right state of mind, after reading "Beyond the Tending Hand" ;-D

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  11. Heehehhee hhahahhaa :)

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    1. Can you tell who these girls grew up to be, in my writer's mind?

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