“On the Edge of Desire” and Stuff… and a random Giveaway…

bgNYC is one of my favorite blogs. I love it so much that I wish, I wish, I wish its author would move his delicious mind food to a comment friendlier platform. Read “On the Edge of Desire” if you want to see what I mean, then be a darling and leave me a comment telling me how it made you feel.    

and Stuff…
So… who has the privilege *grin* of being part of my witchy Blogroll? It started with Wicked Darlings who were Touched by Pagan Culture, then I added those of you who have participated in Pagan Fiction in 113 Words or Less. I’ve also included guest bloggers and the blogs of sweet luvs who wrote Witches in Fiction posts. My latest addition (I wrote addiction first lol) are the awesome souls who Wanna Beautify my Profile Pic!

And that, my luvs, is the mystery of the Eclectic Circle of Fame a.k.a. Wicked Darlings in My Blogroll. These (and Wicked Darlings who comment often) are the first blogs I visit when I’m doing my web reading rounds. Only people who follow Pagan Culture appear in my Blogroll, so I’ve remove Wicked Darlings who have moved on…

more Stuff…
The next installment of Pagan Fiction in 113 Words or Less will be published June 1st. Let your imagination go wild and wicked, and share the results with moi; you know you want to. And while I’m on the subject of sharing your creative self, have you checked out “The Witches’ Grove (Fiction Contest)”? Go take a look-see…

and a random Giveaway
I went to a book sale and got a ridiculously awesome deal on a brand new hardcover copy of Bad Moon Rising by the lovely wicked Sherrilyn Kenyon. Now I have a sexy paperback looking for someone to love. Will you be the one?
  This is all you need to do to enter this giveaway:
- Be a Wicked Darling (Follow Pagan Culture)
- Read “On the Edge of Desire” and leave me a comment telling me how it made you feel.

For extra entries (worth 1 entry each):
- Blog about this post (leave a link)
- Tweet about this post (leave a link)
- Tell me something wicked about your favorite bgNYC post (include the title)
- Leave me a comment with suggestions on how to improve Pagan Fiction in 113 Words or Less

* Please leave separate comments

This giveaway ends June 2nd. The winner will be chosen June 3rd.

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26 comments:

  1. I am a follower and I love Sherrilyn Kenyon!!! Have many of her books!!
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  2. Oops! Forgot to tell you how it made me feel.
    Hubba Hubba!! That about sums it up!!
    Ha
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  3. Yep I've blogged, well a side link but you know sorta kinda I think it's the same ;)

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  4. Can't tweet ut I can pathetically whistle a happy tune :/

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  5. The End of Work - Part 1
    This bloke is a sensation.. he writes all this stuff?? OK today a guy in the US said that he loved my art but someone in India had quoted a third of my price... he hired the dude from India (no offence, nothing racist, just the facts) he said he did crap, but would hire me if I could match his price, $4 an hour... then when I said thank you for offering but... he said I was a capitalist pig LOL, I let him know a takeaway coffee cost $4 in Australia, and I have great work ethics, but I rather take my babes to the beach for an hour than buy a coffee (oh & $1 of that $4 is the governments) so I guess this story struck a nerve, lucky I do not believe worth is measured in $$$ but it still tends to piss me off a little at these guys, they will pay to get a dripping tap fixed but... well you get it LOL

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  6. How to improve Pagan Fiction in 113 words or less... crap Magaly, that's a hard one... OK, I'll give it a go... a theme?? I don't think it would improve it, just give the pathetics (me) a starting point ??? You can ignore this because I really do love it the way it is!

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  7. “On the Edge of Desire” how'd it make me feel, like the world has beautiful things that everyone can access ;)

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  8. SueAnn - "Hubba Hubba!" sounds about as articulate as I feel after reading bgNYC's writing. There is something deliciously wicked about this man's mind, and when it turns into words it leaves wanting to JUST DO!

    Shelle - One of the things I love most about bgNYC is the way he can take something ordinary and turn it into poetic truth. He has a silver tongue (or would that be fingers on this case?). I agree 100% with the feeling after "On the Edge of Desire" it reminds me that I'm part of something huge and I can make things happen. And dear, that sounds like a great idea for PF in 113 Words or Less. Gracias!

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  9. I follow Pagan Culture ;o)

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  10. "On The Edge Of Desire" I really connected with. When he was talking about dancing. I have always loved to dance! I will dance, even if there isn't music and that's one thing I know I am good at! And, when I dance, look out boys! LOL!

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  11. Hi Magaly, I can't believe this guy writes all this stuff! Amazing! My favorites are On the Edge Of Desire, Towards A Moment and Piece Of Spring, oh, I also really loved A Song For Today! There is so much in this piece! But, I loved when he says, The smallest sprout shows there is really no death! How true! Life is a continuous circle! Brilliant Man! I am in aw!

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  12. Whew!!! good stuff...

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  13. ...and I'm a follower...

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  14. Magaly, I put a link to this giveaway on the side of my blog ;o)

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  15. Wow Magaly, you definitely have an eye for "Hotness" - I don't blush. It just never shows up with my tan-looking olive skin tone...until I read bgNYC (and ahem, saw his photo)! Electrical charges, oh my!

    Thank you so much for mentioning my contest in "The Witches' Grove"!

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  16. I am a wicked darling

    Lmbrunken {AT} gmail {DOT} com

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  17. On the edge of desire left me urging for more. My love life has gone downhill after ten years and three kids.

    Lmbrunken {AT} gmail {DOT} com

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  18. https://mobile.twitter.com/#!/Lmbrunken/status/74361045858254848

    Tweeted
    Lmbrunken {AT} gmail {DOT} com

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  19. It's not you ipad its me!
    Love the quirkness of the article. I am the exact same with technology today. Something will hold my attention for a short time then I want more! Nothing is ever perfect.

    Lmbrunken {AT} gmail {DOT} com

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  20. Can't think of how to improve the blog, its perfect. Maybe have a spot for featured artists or your favorite story.

    Lmbrunken {AT} gmail {DOT} com

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  21. How does it make me feel? Hmmm...very um, earthy. When eye candy mingles with prose it is always a steamy session. ;-)

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  22. I am super thrilled to be such a privileged witch! Thank you so much for my placement on this much sought after platform. You are so awesome!

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  23. I'm so glad everybody likes bgNYC as much as I do, like I said the writing is delicious and it is aways sooo good to share an awesome delicacy!

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  24. I'm so glad everybody likes bgNYC as much as I do, like I said the writing is delicious and it is aways sooo good to share an awesome delicacy!

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  25. Whew!!! good stuff...

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  26. SueAnn - "Hubba Hubba!" sounds about as articulate as I feel after reading bgNYC's writing. There is something deliciously wicked about this man's mind, and when it turns into words it leaves wanting to JUST DO!

    Shelle - One of the things I love most about bgNYC is the way he can take something ordinary and turn it into poetic truth. He has a silver tongue (or would that be fingers on this case?). I agree 100% with the feeling after "On the Edge of Desire" it reminds me that I'm part of something huge and I can make things happen. And dear, that sounds like a great idea for PF in 113 Words or Less. Gracias!

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