Monday, October 20, 2014


Welcome to Tuesday Tales! Come read the stories 10 writers penned to this picture. They’re only 300 words, so it will be fast reading.

Click on the writer's name to go to their blog. Please return to read the other outstanding stories. Thank you for coming!


TRISHA FAYE (Contemporary Romance)
“I don’t know if that’s a good idea,” she murmured. “You think we could make it through a meal without wanting to strangle each other?”
JILLIAN CHANTAL (Contemporary)
“We’re trying some new recipes for ladies night,” Amos said
V.L. LOCEY (M/F Multicultural Romance)
Pulling back the sleeve of my coat I saw that I was ten minutes late.
TRICIA ANDERSEN (Sports Romance)
It was the first time Max had anything to do with MMA since he left Mankato and moved to Minneapolis. He didn’t even watch it anymore. The memories of all that had happened were just too painful.
IRIS BLOBEL (Contemporary Romance)
A week ago, he’d enjoyed a cocktail with the woman who he'd later found out had cheated on him, and a few days after that he’d said farewell to his mother and Duncan, the man he’d called father for the last twenty years.
JEAN JOACHIM (Sports Romance)
Jo Parker smoothed the silk of her deep purple dress with dry palms.
SHERRY GLOAG (Romantic Suspense)
Not even the slap of his palm across his forehead banished her stricken look, her race for the door and her frantic dash across the car park, in the wrong direction.
MORGAN WYATT (Contemporary Romance)
Salmon Wellington was worth clapping about. It sure beat nuking a frozen entrée.

I'd never been to a restaurant that was a converted jail. This was going to be the most unique eating experience ever.

FLOSSIE BENTON ROGERS (Paranormal Romance)
The demon’s hands were freezing, his wings cold and rubbery against Kestrel’s arm where he had her tucked her in close to him as they flew.


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