Monday, February 8, 2016

TUESDAY TALES - PICTURE PROMPT - WINDOWS

#Tuesday Tales Where #Authors #Write to a #Prompt #Picture Prompt





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Click on the writer's name to go to their blog and read their story. Don't forget to come back and enjoy all the stories here. 

This week is a picture prompt and we're all writing stories with a window photo. Enjoy!

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Trisha Faye: F/F Fairy tale: “If she returns and finds us clutching each other like this, she will certainly know.”

V.L. Locey: M/M Historical Romance:“You`re in a tiff yet, I take it?” Ross murmured, his voice vibrating through my belly. 

Iris Blobel: Contemporary Romance: “Not sure, but I get a feeling you’re not wearing it for show. It means something to you."

Susanne Matthews: paranormal/romance/suspense:“But they aren’t airtight, child, and when they can’t get in, they’ll get mad.”

Flossie Benton Rogers: Paranormal vintage romance:The scent of jasmine tickled her nostrils like a delicate half-forgotten memory.

Jillian Chantal: 20th century historical paranormal romance: “See anything?” Popov asked.

Jean Joachim: Sports Romance: Shyla wrapped a towel around her freshly-showered body and sat by the window.

Morgan Wyatt: Magical Realism:“I’ll be ready.” Truer words she’d never uttered.

Monday, February 1, 2016

Tuesday Tales - Where #Authors #Write to a #Prompt: STOLEN #Reading



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He ordered their drinks and met her gaze again with a smile. It took her a lot of effort not to shiver with lust.


By the third sake bomb, she was naked beneath him in his bed.


“You do realize that you set me up with a woman?” I asked, my brown loafer tapping the hardwood floor steadily.


"Faith’s a lot easier to have when you’ve got a job, a car, and a sturdy roof over your head."


Two weeks of total bliss. They were never out of sight or touch with each other.


“You know this person?” Yana asked.




“You have to. It’s your responsibility to the kingdom.”





Stolen kisses are the best.




Monday, January 25, 2016

TUESDAY TALES - PROMPT "WOOD"

Tuesday Tales: Today’s Word is WOOD

Welcome to this week’s edition of Tuesday Tales. This week the prompt is “wood”. The talented writers who participate in this weekly blog create scenes from their current works in progress based on the word prompt. Click on the writer's name to go to their blog and read their offerings.
Don't forget to return to this page and check out all the different stories.
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Mat knew straight away it was Rachel and smiled when she looked towards him.
Her lips curved into a smile as well, and his whole body was suddenly on alert. 

“I don’t think we need a fire…we’ll heat it up just fine ourselves.”

“I know she wants me dead. She needs to realize who you belong to. You are mine, not hers.”

It was the hardest thing Shyla had ever done –putting Harley’s best interest before her own wants and desires.
We left the radio on in the living room. 

If those tire tracks belonged to the Madre Diablo gang, angry bulls could easily be the least of his problems.

"Why you would be willing to die without kissing me, I don’t know.”

He had hardly known Marilyn for more than a week.


Monday, January 18, 2016

Tuesday Tales - Paint


Welcome to Tuesday Tales! Our word prompt this week is "paint". Our writers create stories to the word prompt. Click on the writer's name to go to their blog. Don't forget to return and read all the different stories.
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“And where do I draw the line?” I asked, turning my head to look right into his stunning grey eyes.
Here are the sentences: Emma tightened her hold on Gideon’s hand as she curled closer. Katarina met Gideon’s glare. “Gideon.”
"You'd look incredible in body paint."
And who would’ve thought a vampire would be someone who liked the early part of the day?
"No good would come from hooking up with a heathen.”
Helen, huh? Using Harley. What if he picks her, thinking she’s in love with him?
She never wanted to know what he thought. 

Susanne Matthews Paranormal/romance/suspense)
Shoving her fist angrily into the bread dough once more, Charley pounded the white ball viciously, as if it were somehow to blame for every bad thing that had happened to her in the last five years.
“C’mon, fess up…after all the complaining you’ve done about how closed off I’ve been…”



Monday, January 11, 2016

Tuesday Tales - Picture Prompt


















Today's Tales are based 
on a picture of the 
writer's choice.


Welcome to Tuesday Tales. This week is a picture prompt and each writer chose their own picture. Click on the writer's name to go to their blog. Don't forget to come back to read the rest. Thank you for coming. 

Susanne Matthews (Paranormal Suspense)
 “But you were happy,” Shirley said and smiled.

 V.L. Locey (M/M Historical Romance)

 “I`m not sure what to do,” I said as I stared at the lime slice in my gin and tonic.

Morgan K Wyatt ( Late Historical Fantasy)
It was an unknown and possibly dangerous creature. 


Trisha Faye (Contemporary Romance)
“You okay? You haven’t touched your meal.”

Another moment of silence. This one was longer, though, and he wondered if he’d pushed it too far.
“Are you blackmailing me?”

Jean Joachim (Sports Romance)
She sighed as she slipped the key card into the lock.  It had been a hard day.

Monday, January 4, 2016

Tueaday Tales - Wired


Welcome to Tuesday Tales! Our word prompt this week is "wired". Our writers create stories to the word prompt. Click on the writer's name to go to their blog. Don't forget to return and read all the different stories.

One of the concerns showed up at the bungalow late Friday afternoon.

“They’ll think I changed my mind and give the job to someone else.”

“With him you might get more than you bargained for. I don’t know it’s just a gut feeling.” Nate hopped down off the counter and grabbed a towel out of the linen closet.

“Maybe big, bad developers aren’t always what they seem.”

"Even though her mother chose to name her Meara. I chose the name of Mary to inspire the child who came from a sinful union."

Better an outcast than to live with a target on your back.

“You were blessed to have so many people who cared about you.”

Sitting next to her on the plane, he was drawn to her, again, like metal to a magnet.







Monday, December 28, 2015

TUESDAY TALES - WORD PROMPT "SHOE"


Welcome to Tuesday Tales! Our word prompt this week is "shoe". Our writers create stories to the word prompt. Click on the writer's name to go to their blog. Don't forget to return and read all the different stories.

JEAN C. JOACHIM (Sports Romance)
“You and your crazy schemes.” She shook her head.

V. L. LOCEY (M/M/, Historical Romance) 
Sensing the sunrise was going to be something to see, I grabbed the easel and my supplies.

SUSANNE MATTHEWS  (Paranormal/Romance/Suspense)
“They need you now,” Mike’s voice echoed in her head, startling her, making her drop the soap.

IRIS BLOBEL (Contemporary Romance)
“Darling, please tell me you’re going to have a little girl.”
Mat cocked a brow, not sure how to respond.

TRISHA FAYE (Contemporary Romance)
“I met Charlotte’s granddaughter this afternoon.”

MORGAN WYATT (Historical Saga)
A moment of indecision had her half in the hole and half out.