See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil Skeletons Giveaway

Just seven days before I get to see all the yumminess you’ve been crafting for the upcoming party… Until then, and because we can’t have a Pagan Culture party without bones, the sixth Witches in Fiction 2014… Crafting Blooming Howls (countdown to the big event) giveaway brings to you the skeletal version of “see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil.”
This is what you need to do for a chance to win these three wise (or shamefaced) skeletons:
  (no, Luvs, you do not get the ancient dictionary... that baby is mine ;-)

Mandatory Entry:
1. Leave me a comment telling me which of my two books you like best, and why. If you haven’t read AlmaMia Cienfuegos and Other Stories or Thorn in Red, click on the links for excerpts.     

For extra entries (one entry each):
  2. Share this post on Facebook.
   3.  Share this post on Twitter.
   4. Read my very short stories, “Fearless(189 words) and “After Darkness Rises(535 words), and tell me what you think might happen next with the girls…
   5.  Read my poems, “Beyond the Tending Hand” and “Red Slip and Passion Fruit Ice Cream,” and tell me which of the two you would like to see turned into a story. Why?

Rules, details and stuff
* I need to be able to contact the winner, so please add your email to your comment. Don’t want to share this info publicly? Email it to me: magalyguerrero(at)live(dot)com.
* You can group all your entries in a single comment. Or not. The choice is yours.
* To my Canadian winners, before you can claim your prize, I must test your mathematical yumminess by asking you a very obscure question, like… what’s 13 + .5. Yeah, obscure…
* This giveaway closes on October 20th, 2014, at 10:13 pm, EDT. The winner will be chosen using Random.Org, and announced on October 21st, 2014.
* Open worldwide, excluding any place where prohibited by law.

Havent joined Witches in Fiction yet?
Well, follow the link or click on the banner and party!
But do start to bloom and howl by October 15th
http://pagan-culture.blogspot.com/2014/08/witches-in-fiction-2014-crafting.html

41 comments:

  1. Those are just too cute!!!

    Like you don't know which one of your books is my favorite, but if you insist I tell you... My favorite is "Thorn In Red" I fell in love with it before it was it was even a full fledged book. I love it so much I own a piece of it now; butterscotch kisses will always be a fave :-)

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    1. Shared on both FB and Twitter

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    2. Oh, you'll so like the beginning of Blooming Howls! ;-D

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    3. Very much, I think I'm all caught up now :-)

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  2. No party without Bones! That's what I'm sayin!

    Okay, confession: I haven't finished reading Thorn in Red. Mostly because I just bought it, like 10 seconds ago. So /for now/ I have to say my favorite is AlmaMia, who just tickles me as a character.

    I'm off to think about Emma and Regina, and passion fruit ice cream...

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    1. Well, I can't wait to read your thoughts on it...

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    2. I feel like Red Slip is already developing into a story, which would make an excellent fiction (it feels so real - for obvious reasons). So my vote is for that one to be made into a full(er) story.

      I'm loving Thorn in Red, by the way. I'd read all the excerpts you had posted on your blog before, but had somehow missed it being published (I was absent from the blogosphere for a while there...). Really happy I get to read the whole thing now.

      Emma and Regina... that's a conundrum. I'll have to think on that some more. I mean, obviously they seem to be headed toward great road-tripping adventures, but beyond that? I'm not quite there yet.

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  4. I've only read AlmaMia Cienfuegos and Other Stories and liked it very much!

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  5. You Wicked Thing, you! Making me CHOOSE? That is like making me ask which of my children I love best. (Big sigh) Okay, I have known Alma Mia the longest, so maybe she gets a bit of an advantage over Thorn in Red. I want desperately to know where Regina and Emma are going, what is at the end of their bus tickets?
    I guess I would like a fullfledged story about the Red Slip first, but then would surely be expecting the Tending Hand to me next. But, then, I am a very greedy for those words that you pour upon the screen! Shared on both Facebook and Twitter!
    sharonrawson@mac.com

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    1. Well, it seems that your (very welcomed) greed will be pleased very soon. ;-)

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  6. Those skeletons are amazing!

    Alas, I do not tweet nor do face book so I will just drool over these beauties.

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    1. The sharing is just for the extra entry. ;-)

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  7. Thorn in Red, as worlds just a step or two out of line with this one are a particular joy.

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    1. A woman who knows how to have fun.

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  8. The girls spent a late afternoon in a library looking up addresses, head to the closest potential one. Not knowing what to expect, but heeding the advice to rush after dark, they are on to the next adventure.

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    1. Very interesting... I like it!

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  9. Is this a trick question? You're already living out the story of Red Slip. jonquilsgrdn@gmail.com

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  10. Alma Mia will forever be my favorite because she made me laugh, cry, pine and worry. That young child is alive to me and her Mamabuela and I would be fast and true friends. And that's the name of that tune. Oma Linda

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    1. And they both adore you, right back. ;-)

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  11. AlmaMia, made me want to protect while I was a companion on her adventures in the same way as Clementine did while I played 'Walking Dead' she grabbed my heart and Thorn is fab, love it, but AlmaMia still holds my hand.

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    1. She seems to have that effect on most of us... ;-)

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  12. I think Tending Hand leaves me unsettled with many questions and it's mind fu@k makes me want to see more of the whole thing, just one room in the asylum so to speak... Red Slip, perfect, it just seemed 'whole' an entity fully realised :)

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    1. Every time I imagine the world of "Beyond the Tending Hand," I shiver a bit...

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  13. Maybe the girls will find the bus journey leads them along a very twisted road, trying to grasp happiness like trying to hold a rainbow, each bus stop taking them closer to their destiny, and closer to revealing the real reason behind Regina's big black eyes, that may not only 'look' different, but 'see' things others can't.

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    1. Now I can't stop thinking about "big black eyes."

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  14. Alma Mia is my favorite (favorite in a sea of favorites).
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    Regina and Emma - I think they're looking to discover who Regina is, but I do hope there are many trials and adventures before they solve that puzzle!
    Red Slip, for sure - I did like Beyond the Tending Hand, but it seems complete as is. :)

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    1. AlmaMia can't stop grinning...

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  15. Ooooh, pretty! I love AlmaMia beyond words. ^^ And I would love to know what kind of story you would make from "Beyond the tending hands"...

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  16. Those skeletons are just so darn cute!
    My friend, I am trying to catch up! Ya right! LOL!
    I know I won't be able to join in every one of your giveaways, but I just wanted to say, I love all your stories and poems! But, the poem I would love to be turned into a story would be, “Red Slip and Passion Fruit Ice Cream, because this poem means so much! I cry a happy tear, every time I read it ;o) xoxxooxxo

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  17. I will have to read more of your writings and enter another comment.
    For now, sharing where I can.
    Thorn in Red because I got a chance to read it as you were still creating it.
    Thank you for sharing the process.

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    1. I would like to learn more of the Red Slip and Passion Fruit story.
      It has so much potential for emotion ripping .

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    2. Hmmm, what happens next... I am hoping many adventures and some love, and growth.
      Maybe the woman on the bus will be seen again. Maybe she knows more than she let on. Was startled because she knows more.

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  18. Alas, I cannot choose. My favorite is whichever I an currently reading!

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