Monday, March 30, 2020

Tuesday Tales - Bum

Welcome to Tuesday Tales! This week we've written to the word prompt "Bum". Please check out all the offerings and remember, comments are always appreciated. Thank you for stopping by and many thanks for sharing!

V.L. Locey (MM Hockey Romance) 
I cleared the worries from my brain simply by rolling my head on the pillow to gaze into his green eyes.

Jean Joachim (Romantic Suspense) 
 Tim checked the digital sign. “Train’ll be here in two minutes.”

Trisha Faye (Historical Fiction Short Story)
"Careful! Don't drop them!"

Tricia Andersen (MMA/Paranormal Romance)
He was about to get his ass kicked by a bunch of vampires until I got there. I basically saved his life.

“Not all of us have sworn off men forever.”

Susanne Matthews (Modern Historical Romance)
Please God, cut me some slack here. There’s slow, and then there’s stopped.  

Monday, March 23, 2020

Tuesday Tales: March 24, 2020, From the Word FLOWER

Well, the world is a lot different today than it was  a week ago. COVID 19 has changed the way we do things. Social distancing means more time at home, and we are here to help make that time more enjoyable.

Tuesday Tales is a weekly blog written by a small, select group of authors who invite you inside their writing process.  Each week, we add a scene to our ongoing unedited and unpublished stories based on a word or picture prompt.

This week, our prompt is the word FLOWER, and each scene is 400 words. Enjoy. Please take the time to comment on the individual scenes. Authors love feedback.

V. L. LOCEY (MM Hockey Romance)
He smiled at me, easing some of the angst burbling away inside of me.

TRICIA ANDERSEN (Paranormal/MMA Romance)
“Ready for some answers? And sleep? And, you know, me?”

FLOSSIE BENTON ROGERS (Paranormal Fantasy)
A green scent stirred her memories.
TRISHA FAYE (Historical Fiction Short Story)
Widow Martin started to turn as if she was going to shut the door on them.

SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Historical Romance Suspense)
“This is a seigneurie; there could be several scattered around the estate.”

“Don’t dawdle.”

Monday, March 16, 2020

Tuesday Tales - Fingernail

Welcome to Tuesday Tales! This week our word prompt is "fingernail". Hop to each blog to read their stories. Then come back to read the rest. Thanks for stopping by. 

Everything I’d ever dreamed of in a man was now ten feet away making love to me with his stunning eyes. 

“Whohee…who ever knew an old lady would have so many chores that needed doin’?”

The excited ball of fur proceeded to hiss and bat the air with one determined paw.

Didn’t Guy suspect they might be behind the plan to destroy the settlement? 

Monday, March 9, 2020

Tuesday Tales - Picture Prompt Week

Welcome to Tuesday Tales, the place for weekly FREE READS! Click on the author's name and go to their blog. When you finished reading, return and move on to the next one. This week we’re writing to a picture prompt. The authors chose one of the pictures from this selection. Thank you for stopping by!

TRISHA FAYE (Historical Fiction)
“Oh, Lordy, no. I can’t get these old bones to walk me into town no more.

V.L. LOCEY (MM Hockey Romance)
“Jackie, why are you showing me a gown again?”

Something about the position of Leticia’s body niggled at her mind.

TRICIA ANDERSEN (Paranormal/MMA Romance)
“You are turning down perfectly good cheesecake. Something is up.”

She fiddled with the emerald choker at her neck.

SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Historical Romance Suspense)
One of the prisoners had managed to free himself and had released the others, but to do so, he had needed the keys.

JEAN JOACHIM (Romantic Suspense)
In the morning, Rennie woke up with Tim’s arms around her.

Monday, March 2, 2020


Welcome to Tuesday Tales! This week our word prompt is "dirt". Hop to each blog to read their stories. Then come back to read the rest. Thanks for stopping by. 

JEAN JOACHIM (Romantic Suspense)
When Rennie and Tim finished the first pizza, she wiped her hands, then picked up the address book.

V. L. LOCEY (MM Hockey Romance)
His quick reply was a pleasant surprise to say the least.

TRISHA FAYE (Historical Fiction Short Story)
The morning sun couldn’t arrive fast enough for Jack.

So this was where she worked her green thumb magic.

JILLIAN CHANTAL (Regency Romance)
 Maybe when Charlotte married, she’d become kinder. 

TRICIA ANDERSEN (Paranormal MMA Romance)
How long would it be before the rest of the city would follow?

SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Historical Romantic Suspense)
In the center was a large table, but what distinguished it were the fetters attached to the floor.