The Dark Place

Part of my Blooming Howls collection; available for purchase at Amazon.

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36 comments:

  1. Holy s***! I loved it! That was freaky, darling. Keep writing!

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  2. You are such a sick puppy! :P And I love you for it! LOL!!

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  3. Oh, wow...

    Yes, I did say that out loud when I finished it.

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  4. OMG I LOVED it, its freeking awesome, I have so missed you my favourite witch of all. Sorry Pixie has been busy, but Im ready to come back to the land of Blog lol xxx

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  5. Wow...that was awesome!!! Good for The Child to help keep a promise :) Positively wicked darling :*

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  6. You had me at 'genitals'... ;)

    Seriously, I love that line, makes me laugh every time I read it (actually, just thinking about it makes me laugh, too).

    Massive thanks for being a part of the Xeroversary, Magaly, it's an honour to host a piece of your writing in the Xeroverse. =)

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  7. I liked the ending. ^^

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  8. Hi Miss Magaly...I have an award for you :) Come on over and pick it up! ((Hugs))

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  9. Magaly, this was fantastic!! So wicked!! Love it!! Very powerful and scary and fun!!!

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  10. Uber wickedy. What a good child to keep a promise.......yeah.
    Fantastic and so grabbing...for lack of a better word. Like: gotcha!!! I love it. Linda

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  11. So I just finished writing 11 super witty, if I must say, replies, just to have bloody Blogger delete them when I hit publish. Bad, bad, bad Blogger! I might have to write a story about what happens to naughty comment-deleting applications. Just wait and see... um, read or process, or something.

    To you, my luvs, your comments keep me writing, especially those that let me know that you've capture exactly what I wanted from my short tales. You guys are wicked amazing!

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  12. So not the ending I expected and honestly, it made my heart jump a beat with utter shock. You are one wickedly SUPERB story teller.

    You kept me on the edge the entire time silently asking for more and did not disappoint in the end. Eeeewwwww...I a still wincing from the visual of the child with the meat pounder. Well done, my friend!

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  13. TeeHee...Hey Mom, be careful what you promise...you might have to keep it...

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  14. This was a well-written story and it was a pleasure to party with you at the Xeroversary.

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  15. Mina - I was not expecting that ending either; guess little one was angrier than I thought.

    Judy - You are too funny.

    Aidan - The pleasure was all mine ;-)

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  16. Mina - I was not expecting that ending either; guess little one was angrier than I thought.

    Judy - You are too funny.

    Aidan - The pleasure was all mine ;-)

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  17. So I just finished writing 11 super witty, if I must say, replies, just to have bloody Blogger delete them when I hit publish. Bad, bad, bad Blogger! I might have to write a story about what happens to naughty comment-deleting applications. Just wait and see... um, read or process, or something.

    To you, my luvs, your comments keep me writing, especially those that let me know that you've capture exactly what I wanted from my short tales. You guys are wicked amazing!

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  18. Uber wickedy. What a good child to keep a promise.......yeah.
    Fantastic and so grabbing...for lack of a better word. Like: gotcha!!! I love it. Linda

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  19. OMG I LOVED it, its freeking awesome, I have so missed you my favourite witch of all. Sorry Pixie has been busy, but Im ready to come back to the land of Blog lol xxx

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    1. I'm happy you liked it, love. And sorry I didn't replied earlier. I guess Blogger didn't send me the comment notice... back in August lol

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  20. You are such a sick puppy! :P And I love you for it! LOL!!

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  21. Well, well, well....someone is very literal ;)

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    1. Kids, you know how they are ;-)

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  22. Brava! Brava! Encore! Encore! *applause* Fantastic, Just utterly fantastic. I couldn't have written more sadistically if I'd been three days sleep deprived and had been drinking! ~Dragon

    BTW Fox's only comment was HOLY S#@%

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    1. Dragon, you and your Fox have made me very happy this morning. And there is a flower-loving little girl beaming creepily in a story ;-D

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  23. A morality tale, if ever I've read one.

    Our gods punish us, and we them.

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    1. And the circle turns and turns... until someone stops to do some serious thinking.

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    1. Wickedly Delicious is my middle name, didn't you know? Actually that's a lie, I don't have a middle name. But if I did, there would be two of them ;-D

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  25. Well, I fell down the rabbit hole of blog links and turned up here. It's ok that this reminds me of Alice, right? Alice is so bullied by the flowers.

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    1. I think it's quite all right. I love the creepy imaginative sweetness of the flowers in Alice's tale. And the overall sweetness, to be honest ;-D

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