Welcome to Witches in Fiction 2014… Crafting Blooming Howls

First, let me share the party agenda (I’m adding this at the top so you won’t miss a thing):
     1. Blooming Howls short story collection cover reveal *cackles and giggles*
     2. First day of the Blooming Howls inspired blade giveaway
     3. $13.40 gift card giveaway for Crafting Blooming Howls Partiers only
     4. Add the direct link to your party post at the end of your comment
     5. Visit as many Howling Partiers as it is possible and have a freaking blast, my Luvs!

Blooming Howls, by Magaly Guerrero
cover art, by Michelle Kennedy
(expected release date: November 13, 2014)
Short Description: “Some stories are finished the moment the last word is written down. That rarely happens with my writing. Most of my short tales are word-seeds: characters, conflicts and plots sowing inside my Muse, blooming on my tongue, waiting to be howled through my fingertips and birthed into complete stories. Blooming Howls is a short collection of story-sprouts that grew… and grew… and will undoubtedly continue growing into more tales…”

Blooming Howls Inspired Blade,
crafted by Eliora
Every bit of this blade says something about the stories that form Blooming Howls, and about how this collection came to be. Today, you’ll get the first chance (of several to come) to take this stunning piece home. Keep an eye on my blog, for more ways to enter the giveaway… and to learn all about the blade and its charms.

$13.40 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway
for Crafting Blooming Howls Partiers only
You went the extra mile, so I figured you should get a little something extra for adding Witches in Fiction 2014 to your fun troubles. If you joined Crafting Blooming Howls before October 16, 2014 (at 10:13 pm DST) and your party entry goes live before October 17, 2014 (at 10:13 pm DST), then your name is automatically entered for this teensy-weensy thank you for partying with me giveaway.

Add the Direct Link to Your Party Post at the End of Your Comment.
This is for Crafting Blooming Howls partiers: Once you’ve shared your thoughts on how you totally love this post *cough*, and after you enter the giveaways (if you choose to do so), go ahead and add the direct link to your party entry. This will be the archive, and a sure way for other Howling Partiers to get to your cyber-home. For easier access, I will add the links/titles of posts to the list on my sidebar as the comments come in.   

Visit Other Howling Partiers and Have a Freaking Blast
I created Witches in Fiction in order to provide a safe, fun spot where friends (and friends in the making) “could celebrate stories, poetry, crafts, painting, sculptures, brewing, myths… art and life in a world with witches and magic in it.” This can only be accomplished if we take the time to get to know each other. So jump on your cyber-broom, my Wicked Luvs, and get your visiting on!

This is how to enter the Blooming Howls inspired blade giveaway,
brought to you by the Wickedest Witchy Writer of Them All
also the hottest and most modest *cough*
Mandatory Entry:
1. Please describe the Blooming Howl’s book cover, and tell me how it makes you feel.     

For extra entries (one entry each):
  2. Share this post on Facebook. Be sure to tag me, for I would love to see it.
   3.  Share this post on Twitter. Same as above… (I’m @PaganCulture).
   4. Be a Wicked Darling (follow Magaly Guerrero’s Pagan Culture).
   5Write a review AlmaMia Cienfuegos and Other Stories on Amazon.
   6.  Write a review Thorn in Red on Amazon.
   7. Please tell me what you like best about my yearly Witches in Fiction blog parties. 

Rules, details and stuff… (Edited, October 29, 2014. Read THIS for details)
* 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…
* The gift card 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.
* The Blooming Howls inspired blade giveaway will be open until the book release (Nov 13, 2014). The winner will be chosen using Random.Org, and announced on Nov 17, 2014.
* Both giveaways are open worldwide, excluding any place where prohibited by law.

And these are all the Witches in Fiction 2014… Crafting Blooming Howls giveaways
Have you entered all the wicked yummy fun yet?
If not, just click on the links to fly over to the post and drop your name in the hat.

13. Blooming Howls Inspired Blade
12. $13.40 Amazon Gift Card

http://pagan-culture.blogspot.com/2014/08/witches-in-fiction-2014-crafting.html
Hope you enjoy yourself wickedly ;-)

111 comments:

  1. Love the cover to the book, I'm not sure how it makes me feel beside excited but I can tell you it's gorgeous!!! I'm so excited to see what everyone has come up with :-)

    Here's the link to my entry - http://witchcamefirst.blogspot.com/2014/10/witches-in-fiction-2014-crafting.html

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    1. The excitement is contagious!

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  2. I love the living earth feel of the cover art. It makes me feel alive and intrigued and ... like the struggle to grow is worth it.

    Always a pleasure seeing what you're coming up with, Magaly.

    My party entry can be found here:
    http://pasoubliette.blogspot.com/2014/10/the-howl-thief-begins.html

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    1. I like that. Indeed, "the struggle to grow is worth it." Unless you are Peter Pan. *cough*

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  3. Love the cover! It's pretty and haunting at the same time...

    Here's the link to my tiny corner of the party...
    http://knusperhaus.wordpress.com/2014/10/16/crafting-blooming-howls-writing-witch-vs-written-witch/

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    1. (Sorry...can never cope with wordpress)....Loved the "gallery" element of your story :D and as to Witches in fiction...I just want them to be believable...not "zap! Fixed it" types :D XXX

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  4. The cover makes me feel like even though they are dark, scary monsters they need love too!

    Here is the link to my party post!
    http://thedomesticwitchblog.blogspot.com/2014/10/witches-in-fiction-crafting-blooming.html

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  5. The cover is sharp and eye-catching, and it really makes you want to know more about what lies beyond the image. Perfect. Just like this event. Thank you for hosting this party, Magaly. It's always wonderful to see what sorts of dazzle comes out for October. Sadly, I'm unable to take part in the giveaways this year, but that's quite an impressive haul and I wish the entrees luck. I'll make sure to haunt every blog on the list as soon as I can. My Party Link is here and it has a witch:

    http://thenarratorsstudy.blogspot.com/2014/10/witches-in-fiction-2014_17.html

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    1. Happy haunting, dear Ben.

      I sooo loved your story. I know... I already told you. But I tend to repeat myself a lot when I'm excited. I know... I already told you.

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  6. Happy, very happy, to see my artwork here, that book cover, birthed by an amazing talent... yours Ms Wicked!!! Words processed, images a direct result of something illuminating a vision that lurked somewhere in my head :) Shit I hope that's not the wine talking ;)
    posted http://sunshineshelles.blogspot.com.au/2014/10/magalys-crafting-blooming-howls-aka-wif.html I will be back thank you

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    1. It's the product of words, colors and Muses that can speak with each other... and wine. Probably. ;-D

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    2. Shelle - the character development and the color-play are magnificent!

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  7. Woot! It's here! It's here!

    The cover is very eye-catching. There is a world of emotion to dissect in the positions of the figures and the use of color and blending around their faces. I like the chance of getting acquainted and re-acquainted with other talented artist's work - this blog party always seems to bring out the coolest and quirkiest stuff. Here is my link:

    http://kestrilsrhythmsandgroove.blogspot.com/2014/10/blooming-howls-2014.html

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    1. You've described one of things I love the most about Witches in Fiction: it "seems to bring out the coolest and the quirkiest" and the funnest. I LIKE it!

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  8. Your covers are paret of every story! I love all your covers, Artful Beauties! And they draw me into your wonderful stories, which Witch! I have read and loved, enjoyed and remember long after I was done!
    Can't wait to read your next addition and now going to look for that list and get busy visiting ALL! xoDebi

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    1. Took me long enough to figure out what was going on??Simple Duck or what ?
      http://puddleduckgrange.blogspot.com/2014/10/witch-crafting-celebrating-halloween.html

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    2. That is wrong, I'm sorry, I haven't a clue?
      http://puddleduckgrange.blogspot.com

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    3. Shelle always leaves me a bit open-mouthed when she finishes a cover... and feeling suspicious, too. I always think that perhaps she crawled into my head. And I just don't know if our brains would be able to withstand our combined madness, I mean, greatness!

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    4. And dear love, there is NOTHING "simple" about you.

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  9. Good Morning Ms. Magaly.....well it's finally here and I am so excited. Here's Ms. Baggs formal confession of her misdeeds and the Bloody Axe
    http://yeoldecronesgazette.blogspot.com/2014/10/the-blood-red-axe.html
    Happy Howling everyone, Oma Linda

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    1. Had to think about Shelle's work here. I feel like those entertwined babes of nature are feeling exposed and so divert our attention by being even more showy with their blooming. I know some wonderful woman in my own life who are like that. The more fear inducing the situation, the more bold and beautiful they become. This work makes me feel proud to be a show off woman with the ability to call attention to myself. Wow, that's deep, but then it's early morning......hehehehehehe Smooches, & Squoozes, Oma Linda

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    2. Someone once said, "I shall draw happy lips with the givings of my bloody heart." Oh, wait, it was me. It's late night. ;-D

      I sooo enjoyed Ms. Baggs' confession, by the way!

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    3. Ms. Baggs feels better now as well. Always a good thing to get "stuff" off one's chest, it frees the spirit.
      It is Saturday afternoon, we've finished all our chores, Shelley is getting GK ready for Homecoming, the roast beef is in the oven, and I'm going to go and read all the wonderfulness that you have gathered together for us, my dearest Magaly. Life's good.

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  10. Woot, woot - it's party time!

    I don't know what sounds/looks the best; your short story collection, the cover art or that luscious blade - it's all freaking amazing. What talented witches you all are!

    That cover makes me feel like there are secrets hidden in the earth, under the soil - in an unassuming garden or in the park outside my shop window. It also makes me think about the screaming baby root in Harry Potter :)

    I love that you celebrate alternative art and creations with your blog party each year. I love that it encourages me to write down the story that otherwise gets lost in my cacophony of thoughts. And I love that you give us another Halloween-themed party to participate in.

    Here's my story, as promised. And it looks like your witchy self won a book too..! :)
    http://msmisantropia.blogspot.se/2014/10/witches-in-fiction-crafting-blooming.html

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    1. http://msmisantropia.blogspot.se/2014/10/witches-in-fiction-crafting-blooming.html

      Hmm, not sure why it's not linking..?

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    2. The story behind that cover has been in my head for so long that I could see those girls in my head without having to close my eyes. I might have been talking to Shelle and Eliora about them for quite a while, too. And my goodness, to Gina, too. Wait until you see what her brush and my words put together...

      I adore this party, too. I like getting together, even if across the miles, to celebrate something fun and without unbreakable rules. It makes me feel that I'm alive. And it makes me first witness of some amazing stories! I can't wait to see where you take yours... maybe next year?

      And hooray! (again) for my book. ;-D

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    3. We can thank Shelle and Magaly for that blade - it is all them.

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  11. I'm here! http://hedgehogwolverine.blogspot.com/ As for the book cover, he looks more uneasy than she does about the intertwinment. It leaves me curious as to which story this belongs to.

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    1. I wonder who is more terrified...

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    2. What..? I thought they were two female roots..? Not that gender is important, really.

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    3. They are, Ms Misantropia. I'm always curious about what people see (and how and why). It's quite intriguing, isn't it?

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    4. I suppose it's because the one figure is physically bigger than the other.

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  12. That cover is just gorgeous!

    I'm looking forward to reading everyone's posts. :)

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    1. Shelle rockeths very mucho. ;-D

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  13. Oh, I am a Wicked Darling....I love this Oct. party as it reminds me to catch up with various blogs :)

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    1. I was thinking about that after reading someone's comment at your blog. It seems you only come out to play on Halloween, lol!

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    2. I will do my utmost to be out & about more this Autumn, Winter, & Spring. No promises during the Season of Hibernation.

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    3. All of us, hot blooded creatures, must get our hibernating on sometime... If not, others will perish. ;-D

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  14. Running late for a party??? ME!??? Well I just adore that book cover...makes me want to dig a big hole in my garden and bury someone*cough* I mean thing :D. I think I have already done everything on your checklist except twittter(do't have) and FB share(not been on yet today). BUT I did preschedule a post specifically for today ... http://daydreambeliever-gina.blogspot.co.uk/2014/10/howling-at-moon.html Love your community spirit :D XXX

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    1. I just woke my Piano Man up from laughing so hard. I'm glad I'm not the only one wishing I could bury random people (for the experience, you know? I guess need a garden first).

      Your story is so amazing Gina. It made me think of The Dark Place...

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    2. By the way, do you happen to have some Moon Daisy seeds? I would like to plant a few thousands when I get my garden. ;-D

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    3. Will have to work on them lol

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  15. Oh my the book cover looks absolutely amazing!!!! Thank you so much for hosting this magical blog hop Magaly!

    http://broomsticksandlace.blogspot.ca/2014/10/witches-in-fiction-2014-crafting.html

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    1. Thank you for sharing a post about your witchy Halloween. I love it!

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  16. Dropping in on your party to say hello. "As above, so below", your book cover is very intriguing! I'm off to party hard with the collective souls of Howling Bloomers. Have an awesome weekend.

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  17. Tweeted and shared to Facebook (few times I think now LOL)
    Party Blog is at: http://rainbowrealms.blogspot.com/2014/10/let-party-begin.html

    The cover is amazing!! It makes me feel seductive and like the hairs on the back of my neck should be standing up all at the same time. Excited!

    Now, to make it to each and every party before I drop this weekend hehe

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    1. Creepy excitement... my most favorite!

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  18. Hope I'm not too late for the party!

    That cover is creepily wonderful and yet it makes me feel a little sad.

    Here is my post http://phoenixra.blogspot.co.uk/2014/10/crafting-blooming-howls-witches-in.html

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    1. Not late at all. And I love your witchy painting. Those colors... yep, they will stay with me for a very long time.

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  19. I am sharing and shouting your aprty from the rooftops. (Fb, TW, G+ and shared with friends)
    I want everyone to get to know you and your talented friends.
    The cover says to me that one nevers truly knows what lies beneath. Beauty may come from darker things.

    It also says I am so proud of you for following through on your dreams!

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  20. I would love to have this beautiful athame... it's the only tool missing from my altar.

    The cover art makes me want to "dig below the surface" to discover how these two souls became entwined and of course to see what other creatures live within the book... very intriguing!

    Of course I'm a Wicked Darling.

    I really like the idea of Witches in Fiction. It's a great way to find like-minded people and to find new sites for reading and growing. Thanks for hosting!

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    1. Let the digging begin!

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    2. Thank you, Beverly - Magaly gives you leads of chances to win >)

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  21. Here's my entry post - I'll be back later to enter the giveaway, as we have to run off to the grocery store. :D <3

    http://foxfiremuse.blogspot.com/2014/10/crafting-blooming-howls-that-old-cat.html

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    1. - Coffee
      - Mangoes
      That's all. yes.

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  22. Still writing post! Watch this space! (Random giveaway, too!)

    Rabbits are always late! Don't you know that?

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    1. Rabbits are fast and sneaky (and worth waiting for)

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    2. It's here! (I think it' still 17th in Hawaii. That counts, right?) http://rhissanna.blogspot.com/2014/10/witches-in-fiction-crafting-blooming.html

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    3. And, Oh gosh! I love Shelle's work. It's immediately identifiable. The embracing trees have an ambivalent relationship; that embrace is almost a scared huddle, however, the long lines of the legs hint at passion/desire. I love that each tree bears different blooms.

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    4. Totally. We shall duel anyone who says otherwise. Besides, you used the word "ambivalent" in your comment. It is my 113th favorite word, so using it gives you special privileges.

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    5. Um... I lied about the placement of ambivalent. But it sounded cool, didn't it? And so very proper... ;-D

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    6. So, what is your 113th favourite word?

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  23. What a gorgeous blade!
    Here's mine. I'm off to hunt down my Muse strangle her and bury her in a shallow grave.
    http://lovelightandwine.blogspot.com/2014/10/conjuring-time-and-crafting-blooming.html

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    1. Oh, and that cover art is scrumptious. I adore those two twisted souls!

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    2. Tie your Muse to the foot of the bed. It always works for me. ;-D

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    3. Thank you, Sarah :)

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  24. I LOVE that cover! It's delightfully dark yet uplifting. Definitely makes me want to read the book.

    Here's my party post: http://hollyshorrorland.blogspot.com/2014/10/witches-in-fiction-crafting-blooming.html

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    1. So glad you like it.

      I enjoyed your poem and the inspiration for it quite a bit. Your writing process is as delightful as its results!

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  25. Ok, back for my entries! :D

    1. The roots huddle together for warmth and comfort... or are they striving to escape one another? They seem distraught yet determined. Despite this, their branches are in bountiful bloom; there's definitely a story here that needs to be spoken... I can't help but be curious as to what their story is.
    2. Shared and tagged on FB.
    3. Shared and tagged on Twitter.
    4. I am so a Wicked Darling! ;)
    5. Submitted a review of AlmaMia. Oh, my reviewer name is "Spark"
    6. Submitted a review of Thorn in Red.
    7. The opportunity to get together with a bunch of like-minded people and see how so many different minds interpret a single theme. It's a fascinating and delightful discourse on human individuality, and the capability to share and celebrate in those differences.

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    1. I could just kiss you right now. No, I won't tell you why... Not until the 31st. Yes, I'm bad to the bone... and rather mysterious. ;-D

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    2. Then my work here is complete. At least until the 31st. :D I like a sexy, bony mystery. (maybe that should have been my extra punning entry for the blade...)

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  26. Congratulations Magaly...enjoying reading all the stuff...

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  27. Ah, that cover! I love it so much. At first glance, it makes me feel all warm and fuzzy as it looks like two lovers embracing... but then I look at their faces and think that there's probably a bit more to it that my first glance suggested. Also... I can't help but love that the two figures aren't specifically male or female looking to me... they're just THEM. ^_^

    I love your yearly WIF parties because it brings together a huge variety of people and talents each year, many of whom I may not have encountered on my own. And I love to see or read the creations that so many fabulous people pour their energy into! Nothing is more inspiring to me! =D

    And here's my little tidbit, crafted just for WIF 2014. Thank you again, Magaly, for hostessing this wonderful even every year!
    XOXO

    http://absynthe-and-arsenic.blogspot.com/2014/10/witches-in-fiction-2014-crafting.html

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    1. "...they are just THEM." I love it.

      And I totally agree with you in why you love the party.

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  28. Oh my! Shelle has done an amazing job with the cover! My visceral interpretation of the image is that we all come from the same place and then we break out of the dark earth in different directions with our own individual and special "flowers". But if we can also meet somewhere in the middle, and let our "flowers" intermingle, we create a whole other, new kind of beauty.

    Thank you for hosting this wicked affair, Lady M! Wishing you the best-est wishes EVER for your new book! ❤

    http://littlegothichorrors.blogspot.com.au/2014/10/witches-in-fiction-2014-crafting.html

    Off to mingle with the other Blooming Howlers! :D

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    1. My brain is fried! I put my comments in the wrong spot, so I've deleted them and started again. *le sigh*

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  29. Your book cover is stunning, Magaly! I love what Shelle has created!

    To me, that cover represents two people who are connected on such a deep level that they are a part of each other's soul, and intertwined in each other's very existence. They produce incredible works of art together, things of great beauty. While the process of breathing life into such creations may be painful for them both, they can imagine no other way to be. They know that the beautiful end result is worth it, and that art, beauty, joy - everything that their creations give to the world and the people in it - are more important, and transcend their own individual suffering. Ars gratia artis - art for art's sake.

    Thank you so much for hosting this fabulous blog hop, Magaly! I wish you every success with your new book :)

    Here is my link: http://gothicflamingo.blogspot.com.au/2014/10/witches-in-fiction-2014-crafting.html

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    1. Shelle has the power of seeing inside my head. And I'm pretty sure my characters visit her often. I can't wait for everyone to read the story (the scene) on which the cover is based. ;-)

      Thank you for the good wishes!

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  30. I love the cover. It is pretty freaking creepy. I like how there is the beautiful tree above what looks like two people's pain feeding it.
    google follower
    https://www.facebook.com/sharon.stogner/posts/10203608711112015
    https://twitter.com/sstogner1/status/523483989575606272
    This is the first time I've seen this event. It is a chance to find new blogs to follow and new authors to try! And win some really cool prizes :)

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    1. "...freaking creepy" is quite welcomed around these parts, so yay!

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  31. Looking forward to checking out everyone's pages and I wish I had had time to do it myself! I am still hoping to win one of the giveaways, although I won't enter for the knife as I think Aussie customs freak out at stuff like that!

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    1. Now you've made me want to check the laws for Australia...

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  32. I don't want to cheat - while Mum was painting I read where the image had come from. Probably shameful, but I giggled a little bit at the end (avoiding spoilers here). As much as I like the knives, I know that both customs and one of my room-mates will have an issue or two with them!
    Have a wonderful day!

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    1. Such an honest soul, lol!

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    2. Oh, and just so you know, the story is about 5 times as long in the book... And the new ending might choke your giggles *cough* I, mean, muahahaha!

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  33. The cover makes me a plethora of emotions: hope,fear, life, death, cold, hopelessness, and the continuation of the life cycle. If the characters' faces expressed joy or happiness, I would also have felt the unity and sanctity of true love; but the characters' do not show that emotion.

    I've shared this post on Facebook, Twitter, and I've subscribed to your blog. I also follow you on FB and Twitter. Thank you for this opportunity to win such a beautiful and functional piece of art. michelle_willms at yahoo dot com.

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  34. Shelle's art work is amazing! WOW!!! You and her make such a good couple ;o) Can't wait till Blooming Howls is released ;o)
    I'm not going to enter any more giveaways, but I am going to try to get to all the posts ;o)
    I know I don't have to say sorry, but I am! I do feel bad I didn't participate!
    It's been such a hard year and yet I have nothing to complain about! I just feel I can't shut off my mind! Got any good drugs??? ;o) LOL!
    I got a kiss on the cheek from you know who ;o) Nope, nothing has happened. These 3 weeks are going to go either very fast or very slow!
    Big Hugs xoxoxoxoox

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    1. I think we got lucky, didn't we?

      I hope things get better. Give yourself time. This, too, shall pass... ♥

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  35. I LOVE Shelle's cover ... her work is always amazing ... it is probably supposed to be scary? But to me it is bursting with love and fruits of the love of two soul males bound together forever. May your Giveaway be a wonderful success! And may new friends find you and your wonderfully vivid imagination.

    Happy Halloween!

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  36. I was wondering who the cover artist was... what an amazing work of art. It's both a little somber and beautiful. HOW.

    Off to find new blogs to read! Seems I've done missed this opportunity, but I hope I'm at least good for the giveaway. ;)

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  37. Did I already enter this?? The cover makes me feel that fear is everywhere if we let it in...

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  38. It's Hauntingly Magickal. Makes me think twice about how I water my garden. Happy Halloween to you & yours. Enchantingly Yours, Lyndy Ward >^..^<
    http://todaysgold.blogspot.com/2014/10/are-you-good-witch-or-bad-witch.html

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  39. The cover seems to say there's always darkness behind (or beneath) beauty. The trees are so beautiful, but the roots seem to be sad or frightened.
    My email is brandiscreations3@gmail.com

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