Monday, March 11, 2013


Welcome! We're doing something different this week. We have selected two favorite pictures and the authors can choose which one they want to write about. The stories will still be limited to 300 words. Click on the name of the author to read their story. Thanks for stopping by! Here is the second picture:
JEAN JOACHIM (Contemporary Romance)
Rory strolled along the path with Bruce. She held a tight grip on Baxter’s leash. Baxter, her pug, loved the park.
FIONA DRUCE (Fantasy Romance)
The villagers watched her. She felt the weight of their stares. What had Father told them before she got here?  
SARAH CASS( Urban Fantasy)
Jdyne remained quiet. The thin human veneer he wore sagged into tired lines. 
V. L. LOCEY  (M/M Romantic Comedy)
Hoping to find some solace and not freeze off my dangly man bits, I pushed into Cooper`s studio. 
Princess Zinnia had fled her village a week earlier, seeking the magical
kingdom through the iron gate - the kingdom that held the secret to the curse than had kept her townspeople awake for thirty nights.
LINDSAY DOWNS (Dark Mystery)
Through partially swollen eyelids he watched as the rising sun cast a cold, pale light over his partially naked body. Lazy cross patterns on and above the steel doors projected an eerie pattern on the stone floor where he lay. 
Olson sat on a headstone outside the family grave and stared at the open gate. There were footprints in the wet grass. 
Thatcher stepped from his tent clasping his book tightly to his chest.   He inhaled the warm autumn air.
LENA HART(Contemporary Romance)
Leila hated these stuck moments. She was three days past her deadline and her heroine was still trapped in an abandoned warehouse with a crazed gunman after her and the hero nowhere to be found. 
SHERRY GLOAG (Paranormal Romance)
She refused to let his forward movement intimidate her when he stepped forward, outrage sparking from his eyes. 
“You bar me from my home—“ 
TAI VICARI (Sci Fi/Fantasy)
It had been 8 years since Danita had seen the sun. Now, just a short distance away she could walk through the grates of her prison a free woman.  

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