Monday, October 16, 2017

Tuesday Tales- Truck

Welcome to Tuesday Tales. Our word prompt is "truck". Click on the author's name to go to their blog. Please return and read all the wonderful stories by the authors in this talented group. Thank you for stopping by. 






Trisha Faye (Historical Fiction)


“Broke his arm. After all the fighting he’d seen, it wasn’t a bullet that put him out of commission, it was a bone breaking.”


V.L. Locey (MM Hockey Romance)

His beautiful face was inches from mine, his nose a breath from my whiskery cheek.


JillianChantal (thriller)

She was angry and I didn’t blame her.


Susanne Matthews (Women's Fiction) 

"Besides, I have you, the girl I love more than anything. What else could I possibly wish for?"


Tricia Anderson (paranormal/Greek god romance)

“Yes, you were amazing in bed. But if you remember correctly, I belong to another man.”



 Flossie Benton Rogers (Light paranormal)



“I suppose you made payment for that bit of foolishness?”





Monday, October 9, 2017

Tuesday Tales - Picture Prompt Week


Hello everyone. Welcome to this week's Tuesday Tales, the place where books are born. Each week, a gifted group of authors present you with a new scene from their current works in progress. The catch? The scene must be based on a word or a picture. To make it even tougher, if it's a picture, we are limited to 300 words! 

This week, we have a small sampling for you based on one of the following pictures.  Make sure to check them all and see how creative we can be!








V.L. Locey - MM Hockey Romance
A month ago, nothing short of holding that silver cup over my head would have done so, now, getting to the second floor of my old home made me slaphappy.

Jean Joachim - Sports Romance
“Don’t increase the weight on that, Quincy!” Vic barked. “For Crissake, all we need is an injury to your arm! This is the playoffs. We can’t afford to lose you.”  

Tricia Andersen - Paranormal/Greek god Romance
"Stop hunting what is mine."

Flossie Benton Rogers - Dark Fantasy Romance
A male with the scent of deep woods lingering about him.

Susanne Matthews - Contemporary Romance 
They made love with a desperation that wouldn’t be denied. 

Trisha Faye - Historical Fiction
She’d show that child what her mother could do once she set her mind to it. Old Missouri mule she’d been called more than once in her life.

Davee Jones - Contemporary Romance
People came to get lost, to get away from hectic life of civilization.

Monday, October 2, 2017


Welcome to Tuesday Tales. Our word prompt is "chain". Click on the author's name to go to their blog. Please return and read all the wonderful stories by the authors in this talented group. Thank you for stopping by. 


JEAN JOACHIM (Baseball Romance) 
“And if you put on a few pounds, just more to love.”


V. L. LOCEY (MM Hockey Romance)

“Yeah? I’ve always wanted a bird. A pretty one the color of watermelon that would dance and say dirty things.”



TRISHA FAYE (Historical Fiction)
She wanted to ask again about the problem, but didn’t want to ruffle her daughter’s feathers with repeated inquiries.



SUSANNE MATTHEWS Contemporary Romance
Come on. This is our chance to revisit our old stomping grounds, maybe take a look at Indian Lake and see how things have changed.



JILLIAN CHANTAL (Horror)
A right fright she was.


FLOSSIE BENTON ROGERS (Light Paranormal)
She had a soft spot for the old codger.


TRICIA ANDERSEN (Paranormal/Greek God Romance)
“Stop, please. He’ll kill me, Ares. Didn’t you hear me say that?”


DAVEE JONES (Contemporary Romance)
A chain would be less binding.