Thorns and Steel

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  1. I need a video of "fake eye roll"... looking forward to next installments! :P

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    1. Might have to make my "fake eye roll" debut one of these days ;-D

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    2. Although, I might have to seek the help of the Little Princess. No one can do a fake eye roll as perfect as she does. It usually includes neck bending, hand movements and lots of giggling.

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  2. I am excited for 3 installments in one week, but I will be sad for it to end, I guess I will just have to start over and read it again, and again, and again :)

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    1. I had to compromise with the greedy muse. I was supposed to write 1,500 more words and by the time I noticed what she was doing there were about 5,000. Terrible that muse ;-) So I had to save some of my dignity by forcing her to not publish it all at once.

      Do not worry about this ending. This is not goodbye...

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  3. "'Logic? What logic?'
    says Love as it eats Never with a piece of birthday cake."

    You, my dear, have the fine art of seasoning your work with fantastic imagery down to every cross of t and dot of i. May all our stories be "fat with words" in the end.

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    1. *does a little dance* I enjoyed that line quite a bit. I swear I can hear Love saying it in my head ;-D

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  4. So it seems, Matt brings Love, Thorns and Steel; Bran gives Speed and Water. And, thousands of stories make a lifetime.

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    1. It seems that way, my beloved Eliora. It sure does ;-)

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  5. Beautiful torture!!! Love it. Absolute magic.

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    1. "Beautiful torture" should be the title of a book!

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  6. Oh! Better and better! I think this will run away with you into the woods and you'll find more and more interesting things.The Story knows how long it it. You just need to write to the end of it.

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    1. The Muse will have a couple more installment in this volume, after that she needs to calm down. I love her enthusiasm, but restrain can be fun, too. Hm, does that sound really schizophrenic? LOL

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  7. A very good read, Magaly. Something new each time.

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    1. So glad you've enjoyed, Narrator. Write on!

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  8. I don't want to know my story, I want to live it! Love that line! Great story Magaly ;o)

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    1. The journey is not half the fun, but all of it. How much fun would we have if we knew every single detail? Particularly if things were not going to turn out like we wanted them to. The horror! So happy you like it ;-D

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  9. Mom certainly knows her daughter.

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    1. The woman seems to have eyes everywhere... or she's a parent, which is kind of the same..

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  10. Oh Magaly, you have such a gift of descriptive harmony! This is marvelous and your muse cracks me up with her bird flying ways. Love to you sweetie! Mina

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    1. And you make my writer's heart happy, happy, happy ;-)

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