Monday, August 2, 2021

Tuesday Tales - Word Prompt "Cushion"

 




Welcome to Tuesday Tales! This week our group is writing to the word prompt "cushion." Click on the links to enjoy the excerpts and leave comments for the authors. Thank you for stopping by.



FLOSSIE BENTON ROGERS (Cozy Mystery)

"Well, from what I heard it was pretty hot and heavy."



V.L. LOCEY (MM Holiday Romance)

That would be no small feat but if anyone could turn the world on its ear I assumed it would be Julian Baez.



TRISHA FAYE (Historical Fiction)

"What are your plans when the war is over? You going to stay here in Algona?"



SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Holiday Romance)

"I'm here, Luke." His own voice was hoarse, filled with pain.



TRICIA ANDERSEN (Small town Romance)

That's who he wanted, not the goth tattoo artist.


JEAN JOACHIM (Historical Romance)


Sarah laid down the basket of flowers on the kitchen table.



Monday, July 26, 2021

Tuesday Tales - Word Prompt "Board"


 

Welcome to Tuesday Tales, where authors write to a different word prompt each week. This week the word prompt is "board". Hop off to each authors blog by clicking on their name. Don't forget to return and read all the stories. 

Thanks so much for stopping by! 


JEAN JOACHIM (Historical Romance)

Opening her eyes, her gaze came into direct contact with Ben’s. 


V. L. LOCEY  (MM Holiday Romance)

The flight to the east coast was uneventful. 


TRISHA FAYE (Historical Fiction)

“I’ve been dragging my feet. I don’t want them here.”


TRICIA ANDERSEN (Small Town Romance)

She didn’t know the big man could change that many shades of red but here he was looking like a fresh picked tomato.


SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Holiday Romance)

With the snow and ice, stopping in time to prevent the accident would’ve been impossible. 


FLOSSIE BENTON ROGERS  (Cozy Mystery)

“Cinnamon scones still your favorite?”

Monday, July 19, 2021

Tuesday Tales - Touch

 






Welcome to this week's edition of Tuesday Tales, a weekly blog of current works in progress from a select group of authors.  Please click on the links to read the selections. Comments are appreciated. 


V.L.Locey (MM Holiday Romance)

The glass of water in my hand nearly slipped from my fingers as I lost myself in his beauty.

Flossie Benton Rogers (Cozy Mystery)

A dimple appeared in his right cheek.  


Trisha Faye (Historical Fiction)


“The only thing that he cares about is this old farm.”

Susanne Matthews (Holiday Romance) 
He knew Luke was still alive, he could feel it in his heart, but he must’ve lost consciousness since the pain was gone.  



Monday, July 12, 2021

Tuesday Tales - Picture Prompt

 


Welcome to Tuesday Tales, the place for weekly FREE READS! Click on the author's name and go to their blog. When you finished reading, return and move on to the next one. This week we’re writing to a picture prompt - the author's choice of one of the five images below. Thank you for stopping by!

 







TRISHA FAYE (F/F Romance)

Paige was the one that got angry that night and signed off in a huff.

V.L. LOCEY (MM Holiday Romance)

The good cold. The kind that made your nose hair freeze and your head ache as soon as you stepped outside.

TRICIA ANDERSEN (Small Town  Romance)

Morgan, I don’t think my being here is smart.

JEAN JOACHIM (Sweet, Historical Romance)

Unaware she wasn’t alone, she caught movement in the grass out of the corner of her eye.

FLOSSIE BENTON ROGERS (Cozy Mystery)

At first I thought someone had said Bloody Mary three times when I wasn’t listening.

SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Holiday Romance)

“You can feel him again, can’t you? Just like when we were kids.”



Monday, July 5, 2021

Tuesday Tales: From the Word WATCH

 

Welcome to July and this week's edition of Tuesday Tales, a weekly blog of current works in progress from a select group of authors.  Please click on the links to read the selections. Comments are appreciated. 

V.L. LOCEY (MM Hockey Romance)

 I smiled down at her then asked to see the rest of the three bed, two bath home.

CHRYS N. JAY (F/F Romance)

Not many of the approaching-50 crowd were there, and certainly not Paige.

TRICIA ANDERSEN (Small town Romance)

 

She gave him a wink. She noticed his cheeks redden after it.

 

 SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Holiday Romance)

The cold cut through him, just as it had that fateful day twenty years ago, the day his parents had been killed in an avalanche while he’d survived.


Monday, June 28, 2021

Tuesday Tales: Word Prompt SOLVE

 


Welcome to Tuesday Tales! This week our group is writing to the word prompt "solve." You could make our day by reading the excerpts and leaving comments for the authors. Thank you for stopping by.




V.L. LOCEY (Contemporary MM Western Romance)

As I laid in bed after the kerosene lamp had been turned off, I had put together a list of things that I knew about my temporary cabinmate.


SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Holiday Romance)

This was a thousand times worse.

Monday, June 21, 2021

Tuesday Tales: From the Word QUESTION

 


Welcome to summer 2021! This week, the authors from Tuesday Tales bring you posts based on the word prompt SURPRISE. As always, click on each name to access their stories. Feel free to comment on them, too. We love feedback!

V.L. LOCEY (MM Contemporary Western Romance)

 “Why would you beat up two men over a man you hate?”

TRICIA ANDERSEN (Small town Romance)

 “Are you mad at me?”

 

CHRYS N. JAY (F/F Romance)

Each day found each of them struggling to hold on to two realities that were incompatible with each other.


 FLOSSIE BENTON ROGERS (Medieval Knight Romance)

 “Challenge me not, ye beardless whelp.”

SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Romantic Comedy)

 When I get my hands on him…