Monday, July 25, 2016

Tuesday Tales and a Picture Prompt

Tuesday Tales for July 25, 2016

Welcome to this week’s edition of Tuesday Tales. Each week, authors use a word or picture prompt to create a snippet from their work in progress and share their work with you.
  This week is picture prompt week. We have a classic restaurant shingle.  The picture prompt word restriction -- only 300 words! Click on the links below and visit each blog to see the written depiction of the picture chosen.
 Many of these TT's have gone on to be published. Grab your favorite beverage and drop in on this week’s storytellers. Click on the author's name to go to their blog.
 Thank you for coming!

V.L. Locey  ( LGBT Zombie Romance)
  Mercury poured himself a glass of cold water and took a small sip, a devious smile tickling the corners of his mouth.
Trisha Faye   (Contemporary Romance)
“Let’s get you home, before you fall face first in that chocolate martini.”

Jean Joachim   (Modern Historical Romance)
  “Stick ‘em up, lady,” came a rough voice as something hard poked her in the back.

Tricia Anderson   (MMA Romance)
  “Dude. I’m not jumping into bed with you. I’m sure as hell not ready to meet your folks.”

Susanne Matthews(Contemporary Romance)
The aroma of his aftershave was doing strange things to her slightly inebriated senses.

Flossie Benton Rogers (Paranormal Romance)
 “1923? Give that back. That’s my lucky quarter.”
“It contained a kids menu from our restaurant and an unused condom. They used a rare stamp in the outside corner of the envelope.”

1 comment:

  1. Looks like a lot of interesting stories here. I'll come back tomorrow and take a look. Tired now. Been a long day.