When artists born of different creative trees get together, magic happens. It happens in words, colors, shapes, sounds… It happens as a sensual feast that dances in the soul.
I’m grinning like a lunatic as I write this short post. “Why are you flashing your happy teeth, witchy writer woman?” you might be asking.
Well, my Luvs, almost a year ago I wrote a story titled “A Date for the Vampire’s Day Soirée”. The tale was inspired by Drusilla, a creepily cute button-eyed dolly created by Emma Yardis, the mistress of Little Gothic Horrors. This morning, Rommy Driks, from Kestril’s Rhythms and Groove, shared her narration of my tale.
I love Drusilla’s voice. Her tone is just like I hear it in my head: a bit outraged, very sweet, rather inquisitive, a tad mad and absolutely adorable.
Here is Rommy’s reading of the story:
I love doing it with other artists because creativity is contagious and it feeds on sundry thinking.
And say hello to Drusilla Amarantha Tepes, the Only …
Fly over to my fiction page to read more tales about Drusilla. They are listed under the heading, Camp Cute, Creepy (and Quite Conveniently) Remote.