Monday, February 24, 2014


This is picture prompt week. The library is a perfect scenario for writers. Click on the writer's name to go to their blog and read their post. All posts are limited to 300 words, no more, no less. Enjoy
JEAN JOACHIM (Contemporary Romance)
“This is where you’re hiding out,” a male voice said. Jory looked up into the frowning face of George Barton.
“What do you want?” She squinted.
IRIS BLOBEL (Sports Romance)
Cocking a questioning eyebrow at her, he replied, “I do eat. And I happen to be a good cook.”
V. L. LOCEY (M/M Historical Romance)
 I wrapped both sets of reins around the hitching post, patted my deputy on the shoulder, then entered the Carson Butte Railway Depot.
JILLIAN CHANTAL (Contemporary)
Maybe the lady wasn’t loony tunes after all.
LINDSAY DOWNS (Regency Romantic Suspense)
“You’re welcome. As agreed you may look at the book but it cannot leave the house,” Eli told him.
Trish pulled the book off the shelf causing dust to fly around her, she coughed and waved her hand in the air to clear the dust. She must have been the first to touch the book in ages.
TRISHA FAYE (Historical Fiction)
“Behave on the field trip,” Bea called to Mae, who was leaving for school.
None of it mattered to him any more. But he, like her, had faced decisions, made his choices in life.
SARAH CASS (Contemporary Romance)
Craig leaned against a shelf waiting. At her wink, he slipped into step behind her.
KATHLEEN BALL (Western Romance)
Anora’s eyes widened as they approached the house. She expected a small dwelling with creaky steps not a big, two story, expensive house with a beautiful front porch and brick steps.
Max glanced down the long aisle separating the two long rows of books that seemed to go on and on and on. She felt her stomach as it churned in nervous anticipation.
TRICIA ANDERSEN (Steampunk Romance)
 He was startled by soft, sensual lips pressed against his.  He wrapped his arm around Emma and held her tight to him as he touched her cheek with his other hand.  He wiped her tears away.
DAVEE JONES (YA, Paranormal Romance) 
Finding Love ina Black Lagoon
"There isn't a book written in the world that could capture everything I'm feeling right now." 
MORGAN K. WYATT (Contemporary Romance)*
The Inheritance
Old stone face actually made a joke. Was her mouth hanging open? 
* Due to computer issues, Morgan is using a different picture. 

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