Monday, June 24, 2013


Welcome! Our writers have stories they've written to the word prompt "hand" this week. Click on the writer's name to go to their blog. Thanks so much for stopping by!
JEAN JOACHIM (Contemporary Romance)
"The Rescued Heart" 
Be cool. Calm. Distant. Yeah, right. Good luck with that.
TRISHA FAYE (20th Century Historical)
Doris leaned in and looked closer at the little piles. She sifted through the small piles of assorted fabric bits and pieces, pointing out different patterns scattered throughout the piles.
LINDSAY DOWNS (Contemporary Suspense)
 “That would fit into his profile,” Jessica answered. “Why? Do you think it could be something else?”
IRIS BLOBEL (Aussie Romance)
“You’ve always liked to play hard to get,” she whispered against his lips as she wrapped her arms around his neck.
V. L. LOCEY(Sports Romance)
I was at the table before Bert could extricate himself from the tablecloth he had tucked into the waistband of his green polyester pants. 
SHERRY GLOAG (Regency Romantic Suspense)
“It is Phillipe’s brother I fear.”  ....  “He has vowed to kill Juan.”  Consuela let the statement hang in the air before returning to the sofa...
SARAH CASS (Paranormal Romance)
Eyes closed, she focused on the magic. Around

her the strings of life fell into place, each vibrating with its own ever-changing future.  
TRICIA ANDERSEN (Medieval Fantasy Romance)
 His magical black clad thugs had already spilled too much innocent blood.  And soon that murderer will claim me as his bride.   
KAREN CINO (Contemporary Romance)
Throughout dinner Pia sat on edge.  The conversation between the two of them had been very general.  
JILLIAN CHANTAL (20th Century Historical)
"Senior Assassin"
“Ahh, see, I came of age when Prohibition was in and we drank a lot of whiskey in an iced tea glass to pass it off as legal.”  
The world slowed around Paul, he could see everything happen at once the beast slashed at them with it`s wing, he ducked, the others were less fortunate  
Betrayal. She looked at herself and what she had become since Charles deceived her and others into thinking she was some psychotic loony on a mission to cause them and herself harm.
Georgia jerked her arm. Nothing. Deciding on a different tack, she grasped his hand. 

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