Brains, Hearts, and Guts

I’ve removed “Sad, Stiff and Shrunk,” “Brains, Hearts and Guts” and “Wisely, Knight and Haze,” the three stories I wrote for OmaLinda’s Celebrate Oz Blog Party. I let my muse run amok during the party, and now I wish to develop the whole tale into what it was meant to be. 

21 comments:

  1. I am really enjoying this. Can't wait for the next installment! :P

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  2. Magaly....I love this almost as much as I love you.....you lovely witch and wordsmith. You are such a blessing. The Olde Bagg, Linda

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  3. Michelle - I hope you find the ending very satisfying.

    Linda - You are too sweet, and a sweet blessing too ;-)

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  4. Ooh another wonderful installment!

    hehe Thanks for nabbing my button and tossing some ideas at me. That's where I'm stuck, the conflict. I like the thought of having to save Sara, but from what? That's the part I'm stuck on...lol

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  5. hmm *taps fingers to chin* I like. A friend of mine suggested something of an evil faerie trying to abuse the Faerie Ring of sorts...might try to mix these ideas together :D

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  6. Work that writing brain, my friend. And enjoy the thought party!

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  7. Oh this is fabulous! Your writing is supreme. A master storyteller. I can't wait to read the rest.

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  8. Thanks so much Mina! Okay, so I know you hear this all the time, but your name makes me think of Dracula. Something that is absolutely cool ;-)

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  9. I wouldn't have it any other way!

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  10. Now I'm intrigued... what's next?

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  11. Once again my wicked master plan has rendered the desired effects. Muahahahahahaha!

    You'll have one short week to find out, my luv ;-)

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  12. I'm loving this story! Why can't it be the 19th already?

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  13. Awesome! This is even better than part one. =D

    Love the name Rusty Knight.

    Really looking forward to the finale now.

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  14. Icy - I'm very glad you are. I had a blast writing it.

    John - WoooHooo! That's great to hear, I thought so too. Rusty Knight and Greenwoodwitch have to be my favorite names in the story.

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  15. Loving the story Mags, very entertaining!

    I've added my new replacement blog button to both my old and new blogs if you're interested in picking them up *grabs yours while I'm here* Perhaps one day I will share some of my writing with you...I'd love to hear your thoughts x

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  16. Good that you liked it, Mechel, and thanks for snatching my button. I changed yours on my button exchange and changed your blog in the Eclectic Circle of Fame.

    It would certainly be nice to have some of your work in Pagan Fiction in 113 Works or Less ;-)

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  17. Hi Lady...you done good on this...seriously looking forward to the next installment...noticed a few typos...have you proofread yet?

    Did you smell spring in the air today...it was wonderful...

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  18. I have not proofread yet, if you have time and you remember them, do email them to me and I'll forever be grateful. I'll also take a look-see tomorrow before adding the final touches to the last part.

    And oh my, did I ever!?! I had a class outside, went to watch a lovely production of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, and I wore a SKIRT and no COAT!

    WoooHooo!

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  19. Magaly, I think I got my comments mixed up! LOL! My comment on 2 was suppose to be on 3! Well, I just wanted to say Fantastic and very Powerfull! Thanks so much! A++++

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  20. WoooHooo! That's a lot of pluses. I'm grinning from ear to ear ;-D

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