Monday, September 16, 2019

It's Picture Prompt Time on Tuesday Tales


Welcome to this week's edition of Tuesday Tales. We hope you're all enjoying this weekly peek at our works in progress. As is our way, picture prompt scenes are limited to 300 words. Enjoy, and feel free to comment on the posts after you read them. It always amazes me to see how two authors can use the same picture so differently.
This weeks pictures include:





And here are the links to your favorite stories. Take time to read them all. You won't regret it!


V.L. LOCEY (MM Hockey Romance)
“Hurts Bill,” I groggily said, blinking at the sticky dark hair glued to my face and eyes.

JEAN JOACHIM(Urban fantasy)
“Guys don't cry, right?”

JILLIAN CHANTAL (Contemporary Romance)
“It's a little early for Halloween.”

TRICIA ANDERSEN (Paranormal/MMA Romance)
Second thought, he should scrap that thought.

SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Historical Romance Suspense)
“We saw the blood on the floor in the office and assumed it was all Roger’s.”

FLOSSIE BENTON ROGERS (Paranormal Fantasy)
She was a dream, pure and simple.

Monday, September 9, 2019

Tuesday Tales and Evil

Tuesday Tales:May 28, 2019 From the Word Evil

Hello again and welcome to this week's Tuesday Tales, the blog where select authors share scenes from their works in progress with you. Take time to read them all. Comments are always appreciated.

This week, we have the word prompt, EVIL, and each post will be 400 words or less. Enjoy! 


TRICIA ANDERSEN (Paranormal/MMA Romance)

There is evil in this world, one your puny Yankee mind couldn’t comprehend.


VICKI LOCEY (MM Contemporary Romance)

He certainly had the look and carriage of duke or a czar, and maybe even the wardrobe as well.


 JEAN JOACHIM (Urban Fantasy)

Who could I trust?


FLOSSIE BENTON ROGERS (Paranormal Fantasy)

The man's got a touch of pure wicked about him.


JILLIAN CHANTAL (Contemporary)

Giving up, I flushed the toilet—just in case someone was standing outside—Weird quirk of mine.  


 SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Historical Romance Suspense)

"Anselme Raymond has been found."







Monday, September 2, 2019

Tuesday Tales – word prompt ‘unhappy’ #romance #amwriting #freereads #excerpt




Welcome to Tuesday Tales, the place for weekly FREE READS! Click on the author's name and go to their blog. When you finished reading, return and move on to the next one. The word prompt this week is ‘unhappy.’ Thank you for stopping by!


TRISHA FAYE (Historical Fiction)
She planned to give it all back to the Older’s. In exchange for some pretty bits of fabric, of course.

V.L. LOCEY (MM Contemporary Romance)
“No, no, I understand. I no never make oatmeal again.”

SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Historical Romance Suspense)
Murielle fought not to cry, not to let her broken heart show. 

TRICIA ANDERSEN (Paranormal/MMA Romance)
“All due respect, bro.” Ezekiel tapped the screen to end the call then powered the phone off.

JEAN JOACHIM (Urban Fantasy)
Time seemed to stand still, then rush by. How weird is that?

FLOSSIE BENTON ROGERS (Paranormal Fantasy)
“We never spoke of it again.”

Monday, August 26, 2019

Tuesday Tales - Door







Welcome to this week's Tuesday Tales, the blog where a select group of writers give you a peek into their works in progress. This week the word prompt is "Door".  Enjoy and have a great week!



V.L. Locey (MM Contemporary Romance) 
Hazel eyes lifted from the readouts and papers strewn across his desk. 

Flossie Benton Rogers (Paranormal Fantasy)
 We sealed it with primordial power.

Jean Joachim (Urban Fantasy)
“We don’t have a lot of rules. But one is you must always knock before entering a room when the door is closed.” Mrs. Gold stood in the doorway.  

Tricia Andersen  (MMA Romance)
Stay. I need to know you’re okay.

Trisha Faye (Historical Short Story)
Sarah fell asleep with quilts dancing in her brain.

Susanne Matthews (Historical Romance Suspense) 
She nodded, unable to speak, unwilling to cry.  

Monday, August 19, 2019

Tuesday Tales - August 20, 2019 - Fall

Welcome to this week's Tuesday Tales, the blog where a select group of writers give you a peek into their works in progress. This week the word prompt is fall.  Enjoy and have a great week!



V.L. Locey  (MM Contemporary Romance)


Caiden reached across the table to tap my wine glass with his bread stick.

Trisha Faye (Historical Short Story)

With a little more practice she felt that she would be ready to tackle one of the applique patterns that the women passed around to each other.

Tricia Andersen (MMA Romance)

 Casey didn’t miss the smirk on Lily’s face even on video. “Just goes to the gym, huh?”

Jillian Chantal (Contemporary Romance)

No such luck.

Flossie Benton Rogers (Paranormal Fantasy)

That flipped her from rattled to mad in two seconds flat.

Susanne Matthews (Historic romantic suspense)

“I understand, mon oncle, but I don’t have to like it.” 







Monday, August 12, 2019

Tuesday Tales - Picture Prompt Week

Welcome to this week's Tuesday Tales, the blog where a select group of writers give you a peek into their works in progress. This week is picture prompt week and our scenes are limited to 300 words.  Enjoy and have a great week!





V.L. LOCEY (MM Contemporary Romance)
Friend. Well sure that fit, I guess.

SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Historical Romance Suspense) 
Uncle, please. If we’re to go, come with us,” Murielle begged. 

TRISHA FAYE (Historical Short Story)
“You don’t need to look so worried. I’m not about to ask for the moon.”

TRICIA ANDERSEN (MMA Romance)
The feelings she had for him were well past taboo for family.

FLOSSIE BENTON ROGERS (Paranormal Fantasy)
“You need a stiffener.”

JEAN JOACHIM (Urban Fantasy)
“Today’s your lucky day,” said Mrs. Plaid as she pushed up from her desk. “We’ve found  you a foster home.”


Monday, August 5, 2019

TUESDAY TALES - WORD PROMPT "GROAN"

elcome! This week our word prompt is "groan." We welcome you to our weekly blog. We hope you like our stories. 

JEAN C. JOACHIM (Urban Fantasy)
Words flew at me like tiny knives, razors cutting into my skin, but none sunk into my brain. 


V. L. LOCEY (MM Contemporary Romance)
I glanced down at my cell, wondering if I should just call an Uber and make the dash of shame. 



TRISHA FAYE (Historical Short Story)
“Don’t let the man fool you. He is. ‘Bout as laid back and easy going as anyone I’ve ever met.

FLOSSIE BENTON ROGERS (Paranormal Fantasy)
“Don’t compare me to this low, cold creature.”



TRICIA ANDERSEN (Paranormal Romance)
“I didn’t think it was that bad. Or do you wake up all your morning afters this way?” 




SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Historical Romantic Suspense)
 Had he been the one she’d seen earlier in the ruins?