Monday, August 17, 2020

Tuesday Tales: From the Word Slowly

 The dog days of summer are upon us, but this summer is unlike any we've ever had. Life has changed, and for many, each day is a struggle. If you need to escape from your reality, there's no better way than to immerse yourself in a book.

Welcome to this week's Tuesday Tales. I hope you'll enjoy this inside look at our writing processes. We offer you laughter, tears, a glimpse at the past and a chance to dream. This week's prompt is the word, SLOWLY. Read and see how all of our authors have used it. Feel free to comment on the various posts. We all love to hear from our readers. 

V.L. LOCEY (MM Hockey Romance)

“What kind of mad house is this, exactly?”

TRISHA FAYE (Historical Fiction)

With a grin and a wink, Frances left without replying to that retort.

JEAN JOACHIM (Small Town Romance)

“None of your business.” Jeff increased his pace.


SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Romance Suspense)

“Yeah, but you have to believe in that crap to let it get to you.”

 TRICIA ANDERSEN (Greek god/paranormal Romance)

For being the almighty King of the Greek gods, he acted like a

 toddler at times.


The priest seemed friendly enough, but Charles knew he still needed to be on his guard.


“I don’t keep up with everybody’s family snarls in Glisten.”

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