Monday, February 18, 2013


Welcome to Tuesday Tales! Thank you for coming. Our word prompt today is Spider. Please click on the writer's name to go to their blog. To return to read other works, just click on the link back here.
JEAN JOACHIM (Contemporary Romance)
Giselle locked the front door to the shop and headed for her car. Will Benson has some nerve thinking he knows how I feel about marriage!
Never without a smile, until today, John Estes swung his pickup into the half mile long road which led to his ranch. The board meeting he was returning from had confirmed his and many members suspicions.
V.L. LOCEY (Romantic Comedy)
“Your pants are soaked. Give them here and I`ll toss them in the dryer,” Cooper said just the way my mother used to when I was a boy. 
KAREN CINO (Contemporary Romance)
Pia’s heart palpitated as she ran to her car. The two envelopes dug into her butt cheeks so badly, she had to pull over a few blocks away from her house.
TRICIA ANDERSEN (Medieval Fantasy/Romance)
Miranda wrapped her arms around her knees as she watched the rays of sunlight twinkle off the clear water in the stream.  The large oak tree she sat beneath shaded her from the summer sun.  Hopefully she could sit beside this stream all day.
IRIS BLOBEL (Aussie Romance)
Katie had no intention losing that number. No way!
She shouldn’t have walked out in a temper like that. Ha! When did she ever listen to good advice? Even when it was her own advice?  
With Stan’s warning flitting in his mind Paul didn't pay attention to where he was walking. He started veering off the path Stan was taking them through, his head down looking at the bright snow. 
SARAH CASS (Urban Fantasy)
“You want me to die. Simple as that. No explanation required?”
DAVEE JONES (Paranormal Thriller)
"Blue Ink Jerky"
 “Wylder, I haven’t been ice skating in years. What a wonderful idea!” Joelle tightened the laces one last time on her rental skates."  
CHRISTINA COLE (Sweet Historical Romance)
Dangling the key from her fingers, Linn returned to the parlor. "Why would anyone lock an armoire? Did she think somebody might steal her clothes?"
ELIZABETH BLACK (Romantic Comedy)
I slouched on the sofa, finishing off a Sam Adams IPA. My other hand was buried deep in a bowl of popcorn, me not knowing the fright I was about to get.
“The light kept going on and off. Rays of light showed furniture and then disappeared, again. Leaving darkness.”
KATHLEEN BALL (Western Romance)
Hunter’s heart broke for her. Her pain was written in her expression and he wished he could take it all away. What he wanted most was to kick her ex-boyfriend’s ass.
TAI VICARI  (Sci Fi/Fantasy)
There was a chill in the air that crawled up and down Katriana's spine. She had been walking through the maze in the garden of Henry's estate as she often did when Sabrina would tell her to take some time for herself. This was one of those nights.


1 comment:

  1. Sorry Davee couldn't get past the wretched captcha - I have to say that ending was gruesome :-)