She can be “colorful and fairly loud” and when it comes to governmental insight, my beloved Kestril tends to “tip to the left”. Her intro post doesn’t say how musically visual she is, but the title of her blog gives a vivid melodic clue: Kestril’s Rhythms and Grooves.
Kestril “main reason for starting [a] blog was entering a [writing] contest.” I’m extremely glad she did. “A Police Story,” the scene she chose to adapt for the contest, is deliciously funny. Better yet, it comes from one of many people’s (moi included) favorite witchy series. Fly by Kestril’s new and shiny cyber-home, and see if you can figure out where the scene comes from.
After you are done enjoying Kestril’s words, jump on your broomstick, vacuum, (or hoover is you’re in Australia *cough, cough, Shelle*) and read “Brownies, Brews and Blades,” my own entry for the writing contest in question. The short scene—299 words—was a dark delight to write.
One more thing, in order to satisfy the desires of the Wicked Darlings who have asked for it, I will continue to write about the Thorn women. In fact, I already began drafting the next installment, and will publish it as my entry to a Mad Tea Party on July 13th.
What’s brewing in your creativity cauldron, my Wicked Luvs? Does it have words in it?