Monday, March 19, 2012


Thank you for stopping by! This week our writers are creating stories to the word prompt "sky". Click on the name of the writer to view the story.

JEAN JOACHIM (Contemporary romance)
“You’re going to be the financial advisor to Duncan Charles…Duncan Charles the movie star?” Penny put her crochet project down and raised her eyebrows.

DAKOTA TRACE (Erotic romance - PG-13)
Continuing to kneel, Kaleb held his breath while savoring the feel of the warm swollen mound against his cheek. Above him, he could feel the weight of her stare on him.

RAWIYAS (Contemporary romance, M/M)
A commercial plane flew in the blue sky overhead and all I could think about was how many flights I’d canceled to stay in paradise with my new lover. Time and time again, I called the reservations agents, moving it for a week, then another, and another until finally I didn’t feel as if I needed to do it anymore.

KAREN CINO (Contemporary Romance)
Over the course of the next few weeks, Billy an Alexandria continued to work on the interior of the café.  The day the UPS driver brought in over two dozen boxes containing the dishes, glasses and different shaped coffee cups, reality set in that the café would be up and running soon.

(Sensual Mystery)
She threw back the curtains to let the sun in. It wasn’t until she saw a few stares come her way did it dawn on her the satin babydoll outfit barely covered her.

MORGEN BAILEY (General Fiction)
"The Consolation Prize"
As you lie on your back, looking up at the cloudless sky, you wish that life could always be this easy.The answer isn’t 42, as Douglas Adams would have had you believe… unless you could work out what the question really was.

 In the capital city of Pristina, everything seemed  modern, somehow strange after spending so long in the rugged mountains in a rudimentary camp.  Tina preferred not to remember the difficult journey made in slow stages to reach Pristina and the sole international airport in Kosovo. 

(Sci Fi)
"Source - Part Three"
“I am sorry Symon please don’t leave like that. You know I love the HEART, and I will do my best to serve her.” TynLexa apologized

CHRISTINA COLE (Sweet Contemporary Romance)
"Love Spells - Chapter Four" 
"Not what you were expecting, is it?" Stefan asked. Amusement danced in his sky-blue eyes.


Katriana kneeled and prayed silently at St. James Cathedral for this was her daily ritual for the past five years. Praying for the pain to leave her. Praying for a way to forget. Praying.

KATHLEEN TIGHE BALL (Contemporary Cowboy Romance)
"Summer's Desire"

Rachael silently walked out of the kitchen. Summer headed toward Clare only to have Stone catch her around the waist, restraining her. "She deserves it.

 SHERRY GLOAG (Sweet Historical Romance)
“Are all your locks so well oiled?”
“No of course not, why should they be?”

S.H. RODDEY (Steampunk Horror, PG)
"Crippled Playthings"
Assisted living is bullshit, Georgia thought as she stared out the window.  Two weeks now, day in and day out, nothing but the same monotony.  

SIOBHAN KINCADE (Contemporary Cowboy Romance)
“Wesley,” she called out, raising her arm to him when he turned at the sound of his name.  One corner of his mouth curled up into a half-smile, still heart-stopping, and he pushed his sunglasses up to the top of his head.


The girl sat on the edge of the building, thirty stories above the ground. A cool breeze rustled her hair. She smiled, feet dangling off the side.

Cassie had tried to ignore the feeling for weeks, but being cooped up in the house was killing her. Truth be told she had enough to deal with.

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