This is the picture we are writing to this week. All posts must be 300 words or less. Click on the author's name to go to their post. Don't forget to return and read everyone's short piece. Thank you for stopping by.
JEAN JOACHIM (Sports Romance)
Zander and a half empty house
were all she had. She sighed a deep shuddering breath as she approached the
TRISHA FAYE (Contempory Fiction)
liked a Cheshire Cat all the way back to the parking lot with a 60-day
extension clutched firmly in hand. Take
IRIS BLOBEL (Contemporary Romance)
No, it wasn’t in him to call him dad. Or even think of him as his dad.
V. L. LOCEY (M/M, Historical Romance)
deputy and I had moved from the stifling brick building to lounge
outside on a wooden bench that had been graciously donated by Price
SARAH CASS (Historical paranormal Romance)
“What have you brought me this time?”
JILLIAN CHANTAL (Contemporary)
“Don’t let your sister the meteorologist hear you say that. You could lose a limb.”
KATHLEEN BALL (Historical Western Romance)
looked up from her sewing noticing the cabin was darker than usual. She
set her new dress down and went to the open door. Her eyes widened at
the swirl of dark clouds above.
Drake fell over as he saw the gray nebulous swirling in the sky.
DAVEE JONES (Contemporary Romance)
"Seriously, if we get on the boat now, it'll be a Gilligan's Island ordeal."
SHERRY GLOAG (Romantic Suspense)
“ Luke, I’d never hurt her, surely you know that? I can’t discuss it on the phone, but she needs you all here now.”
MORGAN K. WYATT (Contemporary Romance)
It would be a bad thing and would make things more complicated.
Instead, her mind spun a fantasy affair where the two engaged in a
torrid romance all in the span it took for his words to coalesce in the