Friday, August 24, 2012

* Dreams of Trinity

This blog entry has been removed, revised and included in the romping sci-fi epic TESTAMENT: FUNNY BADGERS by Indigo Roth, Red Angel Publishing, 2013.

Its reference in the book is UNITY 4-10

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14 comments:

  1. Oh my. I loved every word. You have every right to be proud.

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    1. Hey Nancy! Bless you, that means so much to me. I worried over the sheer length, but breaking it over a few days didn't sit well with me. Thanks for wading through it! Indigo x

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  2. What a great tale! And that's not pulling Elliot's either to say it.

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    1. Hey Jaleh! Thank you, glad you enjoyed! By the way, I wouldn't advise pulling on Elliot. Last time we did that, we ended up at Gettysberg helping Lincoln with his speech. Indigo x

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  3. Magnificent Indigo, simply magnificent and not a word too long. This more than any was the reason I signed up.

    ahem.....

    Willing to share pizza you say?

    That's all very well in theory my friend - but everyone knows that in practice theory never works.

    Thanks for this and have a good weekend.

    Cheers!

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    1. Hey Alistair! I salute you for the second read. This one gave me the willies with its length; not very blog-reader-friendly. Still. A good story will out! As for pizza, you didn't show, so I ate your two as well. Indigo

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  4. I accept the paradox. These things happen in my line of work.

    my new motto, sugar! thanks for an exceptional read tonight! ;~) xoxoxoxox

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    1. Hey Savannah! I swear that most of this kind of dialog isn't in the script, and just writes itself. I work from a loose outline, which is why these things end up so damned long; characters flex and interract when I'm not paying attention. Oops. Glad you enjoyed! Indigo x

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  5. I have to read this in parts because my kids won't let me stay on the computer for long periods. I'm on part 4 right now. I'm trying to picture an elephant in a trench coat.

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    1. Hey Claudya! Bless you for making time for this final chapter (in seven parts!) - Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday's chapters weren't quite as long, but it's a dedicated reader who's read the lot! Indigo x

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  6. Abbey was quite the eloquent speaker.

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    1. Hey Claudya! Thanks for making your way through this! Abbey speaking young Dantoo's words is one of my favourite segments here. Indigo x

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  7. I loved Abbey speaking young Dantoo's words. At first, I didn't understand. Then I reread the part about Dantoo taking Abbey's hand and remembered the earlier scene with Abbey. You make your readers participate and that's good. I feel a real investment in all these characters now. This was absolutely glorious, my friend. I'm in awe of your very special talent and honored by your friendship. Hugs!

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    1. Hey Jayne! The honour is always mine x

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