Monday, June 10, 2024

Tuesday Tales: From the Word FLIMSY

Welcome to this week's Tuesday Tales. Our word prompt was FLIMSY. Find the posts by clicking on the author's name. Take time to check them all out and leave a comment if you can. We love feedback.

V.L. LOCEY (M/M Hockey Romance)

“Well look at you moving like a cheetah,” she said as I reached the check-in to smile down at her.

 FLOSSIE BENTON ROGERS (Cozy Mystery)

My stomach sank to my kneecaps.

TRISHA FAYE (Historical Fiction)

“Good Lord gonna send you to that fiery place with lies like that coming out of your mouth!”

TRICIA ANDERSEN (Paranormal)


I already cataloged it and it’s shelved in your cubby space.

 

JEAN JOACHIM (MF Historical Romance)

“Oh, good. Duck for supper. Here, Sam,” Martha said, handing him a buttered corn muffin.

SUSANNE MATTHEWS (M/F Contemporary Paranormal Romance Suspense)


The box was colder than anything he’d ever touched, and his fingertips showed signs of frostbite.


Monday, June 3, 2024

TUESDAY TALES - WORD PROMPT "GUT"


 

Welcome! Every week this talented group of authors gets together to write stories to a word prompt. This week, the prompt is "gut". Click on the author's name to go to her blog and read her story. Thank you for stopping by. We hope you enjoy our work. We love it when readers leave comments...

JEAN JOACHIM (MF Historical Romance)

Sam put his finger to his lips, then pointed. 


V. L. LOCEY (MM Hockey Romance)

  “What the hell have I just done?”  


TRISHA FAYE (Historical Fiction)

“118 degrees? In Iowa? I didn’t think that was even possible,” Sarah grumbled.


FLOSSIE BENTON ROGERS (Cozy Mystery)

“Do you think I killed that Wormwood?”


JILLIAN CHANTAL (Contemporary)

  “Do you see anything?”  


SUSANNE MATTHEWS  (Contemporary Paranormal MF Romantic Suspense)

Stepping over to the basin, he stood in front of the mirror to shave and gasped. 

Monday, May 27, 2024

TUESDAY TALES - FROM THE WORD "STIR"

 


Welcome to Tuesday Tales, where we write stories to word prompts. Our word today is "STIR." Click on the name of each author to read the free story snippet on her blog. Make sure to visit everyone. Writing is our passion, and comments make our day!


Flossie Benton Rogers (Cozy Mystery) 
"He sounded deadly serious.”


Jean Joachim (Historical Romance)
With his dog, Lucky, by his side and his musket tucked under his arm, Sam Chesney slipped quietly out of the Inn right before dawn.


Susanne Matthews (M/F Contemporary Paranormal Romance Suspense)
Maybe he should’ve had a doctor look at him the first time it had happened.


Tricia Andersen (Greek God/Paranormal Romance)
It was seriously the most magnificent thing she had ever seen.



Monday, May 20, 2024

TUESDAY TALES - LEG

 



Welcome to Tuesday Tales where talented authors write stories to word prompts. This week our prompt is "leg." Click on the author's name and go to her blog to read her story. Thanks so much for stopping by!


 JEAN JOACHIM (WOMEN'S FICTION)

“I see that hideous painting in your study has been taken down. Thank goodness,” his mother, Eleanor Carstairs Clark said, digging into her shrimp cocktail. 


V. L. LOCEY (MM HOCKEY ROMANCE)

  Rudy made a noise like he had swallowed a live goldfish.


FLOSSIE BENTON ROGERS (COSY MYSTERY)

I was paranoid that something would fall through the cracks.


TRICIA ANDERSEN (GREEK GODDESS PARANORMAL ROMANCE)

That's rude.


 JILLIAN CHANTAL   (MF CONTEMPORARY)

“Hey, didn’t your mother teach you it’s rude to reach across the table?"


SUSANNE MATTHEWS (CONTEMPORARY MF PARANORMAL ROMANTIC SUSPENSE)

It had been as if they were the only two people in the world, created specifically for that moment in time.


Monday, May 13, 2024

Tuesday Tales From the Word Prompt Glue

 Welcome to Tuesday Tales, where we write stories to word prompts. Our word today is "GLUE." Click on the name of each author to read the free story snippet on her blog. Make sure to visit everyone. Writing is our passion, and comments make our day!



V.L. Locey (M/M Hockey Romance)

  “So humble. That’s one thing about hockey players. They seem to lack the egos of other professional athletes. It’s refreshing.”


Flossie Benton Rogers (Cozy Mystery) 

My memory house was becoming real again.


Trisha Faye (Historical Fiction)

Edward’s grin disappeared faster than a bolt of lightning.


Jillian Chantal (Contemporary)

“It’s so exciting, isn’t it?”


Jean Joachim (Women's Fiction)

Terry burst out laughing. “Glad you admit it.”


Susanne Matthews (M/F Contemporary Paranormal Romantic Suspense)

Marina trembled, and he took the opportunity to pull her into his arms.

 

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Monday, May 6, 2024

Tuesday Tales: From the Word BOIL

 




Welcome to May and this week's Tuesday Tales scenes Based on the word prompt BOIL. Click on the author's name to see their selection. Feel free to comment. Come back and do it again. We love feedback! 


 FLOSSIE BENTON ROGERS (Cozy Mystery)

Wryness saturated his voice.

 TRISHA FAYE (Historical Fiction)

Sarah knew that the threat of having no party and no cake would work wonders on his behavior.

 

TRICIA ANDERSEN (Greek god/paranormal romance)


There wasn’t going to be a battle. There was about to be a war.



JILLIAN CHANTAL (Contemporary)

“I haven’t eaten since my grandmother gave me a cinnamon roll this morning.”

JEAN JOACHIM (Women's Fiction)

“You’re early,” a masculine voice broke into her thoughts.

 SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Paranormal Contemporary Romance Suspense)

“Ye wouldn’t let something as minor as a major, life-threatening storm stop you.”


Monday, April 29, 2024

Tuesday Tales - Flower

 



Welcome to Tuesday Tales, where we write stories to word prompts. Our word today is "FLOWER." Click on the name of each author to read the free story snippet on her blog. Make sure to visit everyone. Writing is our passion, and comments make our day!


V.L. Locey (M/M Fantasy Romance) 

His hair gleamed more red than brown in the dappled light.

Flossie Benton Rogers  (Cozy Mystery)

I bolted up and began my usual pacing back and forth.

Tricia Andersen (M/F Greek God/Paranormal Romance)

That’s enough time for a quickie.
 
Jillian Chantal (Contemporary)

“Stupid girl. Too curious for your own good.”

Jean Joachim (Women's Fiction)

“And I doubt you’ll see a grand for your share, either,” her father added.

Susanne Matthews (Contemporary Paranormal Suspense Romance)

Marina dropped the card as if it had burned her.