Monday, January 27, 2014


Welcome! This week everyone is writing to the word prompt "mirror". Click on the writer's name to go to their blog. Don't forget to return and read all the stories. Thank you for coming.
JEAN JOACHIM (Contemporary Romance)
The Scent of Love
Pride in being the smarter sister faded when she face the plain, simple countenance every morning.
V. L. LOCEY (M/M Historical)
“Every man is the marrying kind, Sheriff. He just has to be offered the proper dowry.”
JILLIAN CHANTAL (20th Century Historical)
She may be pale and scared but she always wore lipstick.
SARAH CASS (Historical Paranormal)
When Olive moved back to the stove, Dell half rose from his seat and leaned toward her. “Where are you from, Leilyn?”
LINDSAY DOWNS (Regency Romance)
“Good lord William do you realize how ridiculous you appear? You’d make a wonderful character in a Punch and Judy show,” Thaddeus teased.
“Driver on suicide drive down the mountain escapes death.”
TRISHA FAYE (Historical Fiction)
"Bobby pins ... where'd I lay those bobby pins?" Bea asked herself, rummaging around the top of the dresser.
Karol barely made it through the doors before they closed. If she had not jostled herself past a couple of old men blocking her path, she would have had to wait for the intermission to be able to seat herself.
TRICIA ANDERSEN (Steampunk Romance)
He shivered as he felt delicate fingers brush his hip so Emma could look over his shoulder.
DAVEE JONES (Paranormal Romance)
Finding Love in a Black Lagoon
"I don't know about you, but, I can look in a mirror and be just fine with the things I've done."
MORGAN K. WYATT (Contemporary Romance)
The Inheritance
There was no reason to be ugly about it. If foster care taught her anything it was that you never allowed your genuine feelings to show.

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