Monday, August 27, 2012

Tuesday Tales, Short Stories By 9 Writers to the Prompt "Bridge"

Welcome to Tuesday Tales! Thanks for coming. Our prompt this week is "Bridge". Simply click on the writer's name to go to their blog to read their story. They will provide a link for you to return here. 
IRIS BLOBEL (Contemporary Romance)
“There was no way she was able to answer, let alone look at him. Her breathing became unsteady.”
MICHAEL CHARTON (Historical Nostalgia)
I grew up with a book called the Spider of Brooklyn Heights, the neighborhood in Brooklyn I was raised in.  
DAVEE JONES (Paranormal Thriller) 
"Blue Ink: The Skin Stalker"
"Colin breathed a huge sigh of relief before replying, “Oh, Joelle, thank goodness you answered the phone.”   Colin’s voice carried an unusual ring of panic that she had never heard before."
Once Ronny’s lips touched her, Jessica all but forgot why he was making out with her in public, something he wasn’t all that keen on doing.
Pia followed Lorenzo out onto the promenade deck.  The night had been perfect.  This turned out to be quite the unique way to go out on a date.
Paul kept his eyes focused on the neanderthal Alien, he did not want to lose sight of him.
Laying on the bed in a semi-unconscience state but most definitely high from all the medication that was given to her, Donna stared down at the paper that was still on the floor.  Russell had finished up with her and left for the night. 
KATHLEEN TIGHE BALL (Contemporary Cowboy Romance)
“Listen, Stone, I know this night is a disaster.”
Stone took her into his arms and began to dance with her.
“Not a disaster. Did I tell you how beautiful you are? I’m the luckiest man here. I have you.”

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