Monday, March 1, 2021

TUESDAY TALES - WORD PROMPT "BLUE"

 



Welcome! This week our talented authors are writing to the word prompt "blue." So many different, wonderful stories! Please stop by each blog, read the words and leave a comment. Thank you for stopping by. 


JEAN C. JOACHIM (SMALL TOWN ROMANCE)

Strong arms on a man turned her on. 


V. L. LOCEY (MM  HOCKEY ROMANCE)

“Then stay there. I’m not done with you yet.”


TRISHA FAYE (HISTORICAL FICTION)

A wave at the station and he was gone – to places far off and across the seas, to lands he couldn’t report on in his letters home.


FLOSSIE BENTON ROGERS (HISTORICAL ROMANCE)

The woman’s tone seemed to offer something other than liquid refreshment.


SUSANNE MATTHEWS (ROMANTIC THRILLER)

"So we need to know where all the karaoke bars are in Manhattan."


TRICIA ANDERSEN (GREEK GOD/PARANORMAL ROMANCE)

Whatever makes the ancient fart happy.


JILLIAN CHANTAL (HISTORICAL ROMANCE)

That stallion was large. Very large.

Monday, February 22, 2021

Tuesday Tales From the Word Scout

 


Welcome to the last Tuesday Tale for the month of February, 2021. This has been a year, hasn't it? Unbelievable cold, snow, and not just where it's normally found. Hopefully things will get back to normal, or as normal as they can, soon. 

This week's writing prompt is the word SCOUT, and each scene is 400 words long. Take time to read them all, and if you can, leave a comment and share. We love hearing from our followers.


JEAN JOACHIM (Small Town Romance)

“There was no sex.”

 V.L. LOCEY (MM Hockey Romance)

“Uh-huh. They’ll invest it in ice cream and lip gloss.” 

 FLOSSIE BENTON ROGERS (Medieval Romance)

“What are these roving players to you?”

 TRISHA FAYE (Historical Fiction)

Darling, I’d certainly give a lot to be there in Munday with you right now.

 TRICIA ANDERSEN (Greek god/paranormal Romance)

“Oh-kay. Didn’t know you got a posse, nephew.”

 JILLIAN CHANTAL (Time travel historical)

Rowena strode toward the area with purpose.

 SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Romantic Thriller)

“She used to joke about wasting a valuable commodity every time she cut herself.”


Monday, February 15, 2021

Tuesday Tales - Picture Prompt Week



Welcome! We are a group of writers who write stories to word prompt every week. This week is actually a picture prompt instead of a word prompt. Click on the author's name and go to their blog to read their story. Make the rounds! And please, leave comments. We all love to have comments. Thank you for stopping by. 





V.L. LOCEY (MM Hockey Romance)

I took a seat on the glider, inhaled the mountain air, and had a few moments of Zen. 


TRICIA ANDERSEN (Paranormal/Greek god Romance)

Seeing the man he loved bleeding from his own actions tore him to shreds.

 

FLOSSIE BENTON ROGERS (Medieval Romance)

“You have no call to waylay these innocent travelers.”

  

SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Romantic Thriller)

“Stop beating yourself up about it. You aren’t responsible for her disappearance.”

 

JEAN JOACHIM (Small Town Romance)

Marty couldn’t remember the last time he’d drunk a glass of milk.

 

Monday, February 8, 2021

Tuesday Tales - Word Prompt "Deepen"

 


Welcome to Tuesday Tales! We are a group of writers who write stories to a word prompt every week. This week's word prompt is "deepen." Click on an author's name and go to their blog to read their story. Make the rounds of all the authors, and please leave us a line or two. Comments make our day! Thank you for stopping by. 


FLOSSIE BENTON ROGERS (Medieval Romance)

He studied her with a slit-eyed look.


V.L. LOCEY (MM Hockey Romance)

I just wanted to be left alone with my girls.


JEAN JOACHIM (Small Town Romance)

He had only been polite before when he said it was brilliant. Truth was he thought it was a little wacky.


TRISHA FAYE (Historical Fiction)

"Running to see if you have a letter from your beau?"


TRICIA ANDERSEN (Greek god/paranormal Romance)

Deirdre felt like she was sleeping on literal clouds. Considering whose bed she was in, it was possible they once were.


SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Romantic Thriller)

"Whoever you are you'd better have a damn good reason for waking me up at the crack of dawn on a Saturday morning."








Monday, February 1, 2021

TUESDAY TALES - WORD PROMPT "ANXIOUS"

 


Welcome! We are a group of writers who write stories to word prompt every week. Click on the author's name and go to their blog to read their story. Make the rounds! And please, leave comments. We all love to have comments. Thank you for stopping by. 


JEAN C. JOACHIM (Small Town Romance) 

“You want me to print a newspaper?”


V. L. LOCEY  (MM Hockey Romance)

“Aunt Midge?” I yelled as I stamped my feet and shrugged out of my coat. 


TRICIA ANDERSEN (Greek God/Paranormal Romance)

Finally he wanted bubble gum ice cream, which frankly is horrid stuff. 


TRISHA FAYE (Historical Fiction)

“About the same as all my other birthdays. I cooked dinner. Made my own dessert.”


JILLIAN CHANTAL (Paranormal)

Sophronia knew he had and, in her gut, she knew the woman would not be happy about it. 


SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Romantic Suspense)

“But not a pristine body dressed in white, tenderly wrapped in a pink or blue blanket.”


FLOSSIE BENTON ROGERS (Medieval Romance)

“My father’s doors were ever open to travelers.”

Monday, January 25, 2021

Tuesday Tales From the Word Mud

 


Welcome to this week's Tuesday Tales, the blog spot where a select group of authors share scenes from their works in progress with you. Each scene is written using this week's word prompt: mud Click on the author's name to see their posts. When you're done come back and try another. Feedback is always appreciated. 


V.L.LOCEY (MM Hockey Romance)

“It was a joke, Mom.”

 

TRISHA FAYE (Historical Fiction)

Henry cleaned out his wallet to buy it so Emma could give it to Grandma on her next birthday.

 

TRICIA ANDERSEN (Greek god/paranormal Romance)

Yet, she didn’t recall them ever looking at her like they did at each other.

 

FLOSSIE BENTON ROGERS (Medieval Romance)

“I beg your pardon, sir.”

 

JILLIAN CHANTAL (Paranormal)

“Don’t get all messy. I didn’t bring a towel to wipe you down.”

 

JEAN JOACHIM (Small Town Romance)

Sliding on the slippery stuff, he fell on his butt in the street.

 

SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Romantic Thriller)

“Are you saying he used the same method to get her to go with him that James Colchester did?”

Monday, January 18, 2021

Tuesday Tales - Stuck

 


Welcome to Tuesday Tales! We write stories to word prompts. The prompt this week is "stuck”.  Click on the author's name to go to their blog. Come back and read all these wonderful stories.

V.L. LOCEY (MM Hockey Romance)

Liam shot the sleeping baby a dank look. 


TRISHA FAYE (Historical Fiction)

She stared at the plate for some time, trying to recall when she’d even gotten it.


TRICIA ANDERSEN (Greek god/Paranormal Romance)

He had no idea what love felt like. He had never experienced the emotion.


SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Romantic Thriller)

“Are you certain? Are you positive that she’s given birth?” 


FLOSSIE BENTON ROGERS (Medieval Romance)

Dawn’s first gold pierced the mist as he reached the edge of the clearing.