Monday, October 25, 2021

Tuesday Tales - Sweet



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


FLOSSIE BENTON ROGERS (Highlander Romance)

"She's had time, cousin, nigh on thirty winters."


V.L. LOCEY  (MM Paranormal Romance)

That laugh of his did funny things to me. 


JEAN JOACHIM (Sweet Historical Romance)

Sarah stiffened, then curtsied. "Good day, Mr. Austin. How are Matthew and William?"


TRISHA FAYE (Historical Fiction)

"I will!" Lydia blew her mother a kiss and dashed to the front door, grabbing her bundle on the way out.


SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Holiday Romance)

Luke had mentioned his twin was identical—but the same voice?

Monday, October 18, 2021

Tuesday Tales From the word BARE




Welcome to this week's Tuesday Tales. This week our prompt is BARE. Please feel free to comment on each pos. We love to hear from our readers. YOU do make a difference.  Move from one author to the next to read them all!


V.L. LOCEY (MM Paranormal Romance)

 There among at least ten other men in flannel and denim stood Eason Dunne

 

TRISHA FAYE (Historical Fiction)

 

She wanted to journey to far off places and relish in new adventures – even if it only was through the print form and not in real life.

 

FLOSSIE BENTON ROGERS (Cozy Mystery)

 I could see him now, as well as his shadow.

 

JEAN JOACHIM (Sweet Historical Romance)

“What?” Her eyes widened. “What did you say?”

 

SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Holiday Romance)

Mike frowned. If there had been no contact between them, how had she known about the twins?


Monday, October 11, 2021

Tuesday Tales - Picture Prompt

 






Welcome to Tuesday Tales! This is picture prompt week. Each author selects from among a group of pictures to inspire her story in some fashion. Above are the pictures chosen for this week. The excerpts must be 300 words or less. Please read all the stories, and leave comments for the authors. Thanks for visiting.


I lay there for a moment, Deuce resting on my chest, whiskers tickling my scruffy chin as he watched me with his cross-eyed stare, and reminisced. 

“Cassie? Who’s Cassie?”

Mrs. Ellis was not amused at her daughter’s rogue statement.

A shadowy figure crept across the balcony.




Monday, October 4, 2021

Tuesday Tales - Paint



 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. 

TRISHA FAYE (Historical Fiction)

“But Mother…” Lydia sighed in exasperation, “I was just getting to the good part.”


FLOSSIE BENTON ROGERS (Cozy Mystery)

“She managed to spin everyone’s head around while she was here.”


SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Holiday Romance) 

“That’s just it, Mike. You aren’t their legal guardian.”


JEAN JOACHIM - Historical Romance

You look a mite flushed,” Martha said, casting a keen gaze on her granddaughter.


TRICIA ANDERSEN - Small Town Romance

To see him look at her like that filled her with a heat that she only felt in her dreams.


Monday, September 27, 2021

Tuesday Tales: From the Word CARELESS

 


Welcome to this week's Tuesday Tales. Our word prompt is CARELESS and each scene is under 400 words. Enjoy! Feel free to comment on the posts afteryou've read them. 

V.L. LOCEY (MM Contemporary Romance)

“No, I’m going to go home,” he informed me as he pulled on his shirt. 

 

TRISHA FAYE (Historical Fiction)

“Bigger? I thought that the one they just made was huge.”

 

FLOSSIE BENTON ROGERS (Cozy Mystery)

“It’s these murders. They’re cold-blooded and vicious.”

 

SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Holiday Romance)

“He rear-ended her car and got his grill stuck on her bumper hitch.”


JEAN JOACHIM (Historical Romance)

Benjamin burst out laughing, his blue eyes sparkling with merriment. 

Monday, September 20, 2021

TUESDAY TALES - WORD PROMPT - SOUND

 


It's time for Tuesday Tales again. This week our talented writers are writing to the word prompt "sound." Hop to each blog to read their story. 


JEAN JOACHIM (Sweet Historical Romance)

She shook her head. Josiah’s kiss had been nothing like Ben’s. “No.”


V. L. LOCEY (MM Contemporary Romance)

Martin glanced up from his phone the disquiet on the air thick as molasses in January.


TRISHA FAYE (Historical Fiction)

“Word will get around. Probably in a day or two.”


TRICIA ANDERSEN (Small Town Romance)

It felt like she had been shocked by an electric wire.


FLOSSIE BENTON RODGERS (Cozy Mystery)

His lips lingered on my temple.


SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Holiday Romance)

He would look after those two little ladies as if they were his own.




Monday, September 13, 2021

Tuesday Tales - Picture Prompt

 






Welcome to Tuesday Tales! This is picture prompt week. Each author selects from among a group of pictures to inspire her story in some fashion. Above are the pictures chosen for this week. The excerpts must be 300 words or less. Please read all the stories, and leave comments for the authors. Thanks for visiting.


FLOSSIE BENTON ROGERS (Cozy Mystery)
"I wish you didn't have to go."


TRISHA FAYE (Historical Fiction)
"You taught Vivy well. She does know how to fry up an egg, you know."


SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Holiday Romance)
How could she have a pity party without decent ice cream?


JEAN JOACHIM (Historical Romance)
"This is not good news," he said.