Sad, Stiff and Shrunk

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.

22 comments:

  1. Oh my stars.....Gereakaye and I are on the edges of our seats.......I don't think we'll be able to wait until next Saturday for the next installment......this is rich, wonderful and so well enmeshed.....This is fabulous and so are you my darling dearest writer supreme.
    So we are doomed to ponder, Joy, April, Mrs. Haze, Mrs. Wisely and the unknown Belladonna.......so mote it be. The Olde Bagg and GK.

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  2. oh, this is such an amazing story! I cannot wait to hear what works Aunt Belladonna will have in store!

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  3. Magaly, you've got me hooked!

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  4. Linda & Gereakaye - one more week and you'll get your wish ;-) Also, if you want to read more about about Belladonna and her ways, read Blooming Howls.

    SilverFox - I think you'll like her shop.

    Lyn - Perfect! The master plan is working!

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  5. I agree! Reading the Rede, whether in short or full or various versions, always makes me tingle...I can feel the power behind these words like it was written for the first time.

    Oh, thank you for following my writing blog as well! I will have to check out this 113 words or less thing. I've been curious for sure LOL hahaha no worries, it was just the mind frame of a serial killer..it's hard to stay in that mind frame, especially when you're tying for positive thinking elsewhere. I'll probably pick it back up and continue someday. I have the first couple chapters (in parts) written on my tumblr and will add to it there I think...This one's gunna be for the new one though lol

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  6. SilverFox - Actually, I'm absolutely intrigued by the minds of serial killers: my first degree is in Social Psychology with an specialization on the Criminal Mind. And two of my favorite characters in fiction are Hannibal (The Cannibal) Lecter and Andrew Compton the serial killer from Exquisite Corpse. There is something about the criminally insane mind that begs to be studied, and I LOVE to study dangerous things through fiction.

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  7. haha I find their minds and such very interesting myself. No degrees or anything but yea. For me, it is just thinking like them, and having to plan out torture and such for these characters and I just can't right now haha I need something fluffy and happy and fun right now XP

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  8. She is definitely an inspiration! I downloaded it, if I really do enjoy it as much as I think I will, I'll be looking on ebay for the DVD I'm sure hehe Although he do have a VCR if need be hehe

    That's sweet, one tiny problem tho...The pic you chose for the button says it's gone :(

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  9. I'm am a terrible dork lol. I just fixed it.

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  10. Greetings Magaly...waiting impatiently for the next installment...

    Criminal minds scare the bewillies out of me...crazy people are one of my main terrors...

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  11. This story has been a great surprise for me. I started with a particular idea and then April told me she wasn't having it. The results made me feel very proud of her.

    Ditto on the criminal minds. That is the reason why I like to study them. You see, I've always said that bad people can be dangerous, but you know their basic motivations. The criminally insane, on the other hand--specially the really intelligent ones (most of them)--are freaking scary. You just don't know how their mind works or how they will attack. Scary indeed.

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  12. I'm loving every moment!

    Oh, and mi zombie es su zombie ;)!

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  13. Muchísimas gracias! I would suck to be accused of zombie snatching.

    And I'm glad you are loving April!!!

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  14. Awesome stuff. I think this is my favourite I've read of yours. =) Can't wait for the next parts.

    Zombie snatching is a great story seed... Although in my head it's already become zombie rustling (involving, somehow, zombie wrangling)... ;)

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  15. Glad you've enjoyed it! I hope the parts to come have the same effect ;-)

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  16. Wow Fantastic! I'm speechless and that doesn't happen too much! LOL!

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  17. Know exactly what you mean. I'm one of those who tends to talk when she is speechless too lol!

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  18. Glad you've enjoyed it! I hope the parts to come have the same effect ;-)

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  19. I'm am a terrible dork lol. I just fixed it.

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  20. Oh my stars.....Gereakaye and I are on the edges of our seats.......I don't think we'll be able to wait until next Saturday for the next installment......this is rich, wonderful and so well enmeshed.....This is fabulous and so are you my darling dearest writer supreme.
    So we are doomed to ponder, Joy, April, Mrs. Haze, Mrs. Wisely and the unknown Belladonna.......so mote it be. The Olde Bagg and GK.

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  21. haha I find their minds and such very interesting myself. No degrees or anything but yea. For me, it is just thinking like them, and having to plan out torture and such for these characters and I just can't right now haha I need something fluffy and happy and fun right now XP

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  22. Know exactly what you mean. I'm one of those who tends to talk when she is speechless too lol!

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