Raven, Skulls, Polka-Dotted Daisies… and a Hawthorn Blade

Today is going to be a writing day. I need to complete new forms for my nutritionist, and then I would like to finish the short story I’ve been working on these last couple of weeks. It’s my first bit of contemporary witchy fiction ever, so I’m quite excited.

I shall continue working on what I wanted to publish in October, while keeping in mind that it is more likely than not that I won’t be able to finish it in time—my body pain has increased quite a bit lately (I need lots of rest and exercise), so predicting how long a piece of writing will take has become a tad tricky. I’m guessing that I will have to get used to the pain increase first, and after that I will have a better idea. I shall keep you informed.

Speaking of keeping you informed… have you entered Eliora’s August giveaway? I did. And if you want to enter, too, then you must do it before 12:00 am on the 13th. Follow this link for a chance to win a Hawthorn and Pentacle Mini-Athame.

Many of you have already delighted in Eliora’s work, but you haven’t seen the following beauties (since they are mine *giggles*).

I purchased this customized Raven and Skull Tree of Life Candle Holder a few months ago. I love the colors, the details, and the light it brings to my bedside.
Skull, Raven, Tree of Life

This Polka-Dotted Skully Daisies Chest is more of Eliora’s custom work. It says Magaly, doesn’t it? Well, I think it does… and it’s a great place to keep some of my wee wild treasures.
Polka-Dotted Daisy, Skull Chest

Off to fill out forms and do some fiction writing. I shall stalk you whenever I come up for air. Don’t forget to enter Eliora’s giveaway. I mean, look at the blade’s handle, isn’t it preciously wild!
Hawthorn and Pentacle Athame (blade)

11 thoughts on “Raven, Skulls, Polka-Dotted Daisies… and a Hawthorn Blade

  1. I hate to hear that your pain is increasing, I’m so sorry.
    But I am very excited about your contemporary witchy fiction! It sounds right up my alley (and I’ve realized that most stuff just isn’t).

  2. Hang in there! A story must be born in its own time. Meanwhile, those of us that adore you and want you feeling better, will wait…patiently…well, wait anyway! Hahaha

    • I’m keeping my fingers crossed, hoping that this is just a fluke. If not, well… my sexy body and I shall find a way to make it work. 😉

      And Lori’s work is meant to be shared. They are just too yummy not to! ♥

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