A Date for the Vampire’s Day Soirée

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46 comments:

  1. LOVE it! I'm so honored that you wrote this darkly delightful tale for Drusilla (and Yvette). Thank you, Magaly! ❤ ❤ ❤

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    1. Drusilla has been such a darling to write about. Nothing like concocting about someone who is full of love and willing to spread the goodness to the unsuspecting. ;-D

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  2. I so enjoy reading your stories. You are so talented. :) And I love that little vampire, too. :) Thanks or sharing.

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    1. Well, thank you! And yes, Drusilla is a delightful fanged angel.

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  3. Haha! Perchance, did Drusilla take her sister's request a tad literally? :)

    My post has less words and more pictures: http://msmisantropia.blogspot.se/2014/02/a-valentines-vampire-soiree.html

    Happy Vampire's Day, Magaly!

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    1. I think her heart is too big to allow her to see beyond the words and into the meaning, so she just bites right into it. ;-D

      Happy Vampire's Day, right back at you!

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  4. Bwahahahahaha I think Druscilla is a tad misunderstood, tis all a matter of semantics :[) XXX

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    1. I know someone would see it! Drusilla is a loving romantic trapped in the claws of semantics. ;-D

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  5. Oh I do envy your writing skills, the perfect story to accompany the sweetest little Vampire.
    Drusilla is just adorable!

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    1. Well, I envy your delicious sense of style, so we are even!

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  6. Love it, Magaly, LOVE IT! Happy Valentines Day to you and your Piano Man!

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    1. It was a great day. I got to see my Piano Man play and that's always a treat. ;-D

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  7. Drusilla is just too cute! I hope her great grandpapa can put a good word in for her!

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    1. I hope Great-Grand-Papa brings some peace into her life. So unfair.

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  8. oh my gods, "all I want is a bloody date for....." you slay me. I love how you get words to sit up and pay attention to your bidding. Wonderful characters and dark and fabulous twists. xoxo Oma Linda

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    1. Can't blame a loving sister for trying... maybe a bit too hard and literal, but it should count! ;-)

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  9. As usual the writing is a joy and the post itself is full of good things like a treasure box. Enjoyed the creepy/cute Muse as well. Happy Soiree Day to you, Mistress Magaly.

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    1. I've been thinking about little Drusilla and her smirk for a while. I'm just glad the mystery is solved (even if not for Drusilla).

      P.S. You've been missed!

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  10. Love this Magaly!! LOL! You have such a way with words ;o) Happy Valentine's Day ;o) Big Vampire Kiss ;o)

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    1. A big Vampire Kiss right back at you... without teeth. :-D

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  11. I'll be driving home stakes all night.

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  12. Oh, to have such a helpful sister...

    Excellent Valentine's story. :)

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    1. You see? I'm so happy you can appreciate her sensitive heart. I hope Yvette will understand.

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  13. Poor Drusilla! Isn't it awful when family misinterpret our desire to give them a nice surprise? And the doll? Oh my goodness, sweet enough to take a nip out of anyone's heart.

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    1. Isn't she precious? That smile, that bow, and those amazing eyes! Perfect.

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  14. Poor Great Grand Papa! silk lining! How cold. Trying to keep all those Vamps happy will run him ragged!
    Drusilla ( as sweet as she could be! ) will know better than to express herself OUT Loud! What a loving family to do their very best to keep that mischievous grin on her precious face! xoxo

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    1. Let's just hope that Mama doesn't get her way. We don't need little Drusilla kept awake by the cold, thinking of other ways to help her sister.

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  15. So cute, Drusilla & the tale she inspired :D so cute I went to check out the shop & realised I am not the only one in 'be back in a while' mode ;) Love that smirk :) Happy VS Day Ms Wicked :)

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    1. I hope Little Gothic Horrors creates some sisters for Drusilla. She would make a great companion!

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    2. She has the cutest creations, sisters are the perfect idea :)
      I should tell you Ms Wicked because it isn't (too) obvious on my vampire painting 'My mommy made me... a doll'
      Mommy vampire made it up from the shrunken head of the little girl down the road, so her sweet vampire child still had her 'friend' but mommy had to glue the eyes together & sew her friends mouth shut so baby would remember they can't let others 'see' who they are, or they could 'tell' ;) A constant companion AND reminder not to mix with our kind ;) I thought people may think I was a sicko if I spelt it out LOL, so I just drew the 'result' ;)

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    3. Oh, but I knew and thought it was extra clever. Hence the bit about "chatty dolls." What an adorable Mommy. Hm, I wonder if she was helped by an Igor. ;-D

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    4. I hope that's who 'daddy' is ;) I am making paella for Big F's birthday (it's tomorrow, but well... I'll think of something else tomorrow) & got distracted by the IPad, and one of the comments said I was talented, which was sweet, but asked why my ghastly interest in Vamps (?), so well, I should have known my soul girl, we were all ready in the same dimension, and page... I think some readers may report us twisted sisters to the police if I shared everything in my head ;) now back to peeling prawns ;) Hugs xoxox

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    5. I'm sure reading the rest of the entries made you realize that this twisted family extends in all directions (i.e. Gina's "How Beasts My Heart," total yum!). The police will be all kinds of busy, lol!

      You tell Big F that I wish him a Ginormously Happy Birthday.

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  16. Ha ha, a great little story! :) Poor Yvette!

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    1. Well, thank you. I pray Yvette will forget the tiny details *cough* and just remember that Drusilla was trying to be nice. ;-D

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  17. I adore Drusilla and your story!
    Also I'm the proud mother of her other sister, Zola, who's a zombie. :)
    Thanks so much for joining the soiree!

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    1. Zola has such lovely eyes! I love her. I hope Emma makes more sweet Little Gothic Horrors. A ghoul would be nice. ;-)

      Thanks so much for hosting the soirée, it was a blast!

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  18. Oh Magaly! Another awesome story...your words come alive off the screen! And poor little Drucilla, she is just so cute! I hope Great Grand Papa can help her out a bite, oops, a bit. She only had the best intentions for her sister. Altho' I think Yvette may be smart and move?

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    1. I think Yvette's things have been packed for a while now, lol!

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  19. Bwahahaha! This was fantastic. I loved the ending. Hmmm...something to be said about literal wording and all. This was the perfect story for that precious little gothic dream, Drusilla. You weave wonderful enchantment. Happy belated Valentines Day! Mina

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    1. Isn't she the cutest? She looks like she has so many things to say. And she will also do anything for those she loves, even if it's not exactly what they want. ;-)

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  20. Poor Drusilla! A bit too literal, dear Great Grand Papa?

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  21. OMG I love this story, put a lovely smirk on my own face.

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    1. Hooray! I'm glad you like it. It was delicious to write. ;-D

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