Monday, December 17, 2012


Welcome! Thank you for stopping by. This will be our last post for 2012! Thank you to our readers and fans. You have made writing for this blog every week worthwhile. We are taking two weeks off and will be back on January 8th. We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.  Come to our snowy cabin in the woods, have a cup of cheer and warm yourself by the fire. Our writers wrote stories of 300 words to this picture prompt. To go to a writer's blog, click on their name:
JEAN JOACHIM (Contemporary Romance)
Beck Langley’s feet and hands tingled from the frigid temperature. Frostbite?  
DAWNE PROCHILO (Contemporary Romance)
"The peaceful morning greeted her as usual, with the harsh reality being nothing was calm..."
KAREN CINO(Contemporary Romance)
Erika sat on the window seat with a mug of hot chocolate with mini marshmallows floating on top.
V. L. LOCEY (Romantic Comedy)
"The Silver Box"
I was seated in a cement pond envisioning my stone cabin surrounded with snow. 
LINDSAY DOWNS (Sensual Suspense)
The sound of barking dogs in the distance drove her forward through the knee deep snow. Her destination or so she prayed, a thin spiral of white smoke lazily drifting skyward.
IRIS BLOBEL (Aussie Romance)
Ty pulled away from her and searched her eyes wondering whether he had stepped too far. But she didn’t move, just returned his gaze for a moment in silence. 
ELIZABETH BLACK (Contemporary)
Linda stared out the car window as city lights gave way to pine trees. The temperature dropped a noticeable ten degrees the further from the city they drove, and her mood dropped just as much.
Terresa held the bottle of wine and poured it’s leftover contents into her glass. They won’t find out, how could they.
DAVEE JONES (Y.A. Romance)
"Black Diamond Hearts Are the Most Difficult"
"Matthew’s sudden quiet manner puzzled Laurel once again.  His abrupt personality changes occurred more frequently these days."
Foster O’Conner woke to total stillness, the silence of his world blanketed in snow and the electricity off.
SHERRY GLOAG (Contemporary Romance)
No babies! 

Alex had made it clear when he asked her to marry him, he didn’t want children. And at the time she’d agreed— she had a career to follow. But now?
MARIA C. FERRER (Contemporary Romance)
"Daddy Found"
The girls loved the cabin, the snow, the fireplace and the two weeks away from school. They were ecstatic, and having fun running around looking into rooms and closets with equal zeal.  The girls. His daughters.    


1 comment:

  1. Some great reads here! Lovely pics too :) Happy Holidays, Jean!