Monday, November 29, 2021

Welcome to Tuesday Tales, where talented writers write to a word prompt. This week, the word is "annoying." Hop from blog to blog, reading each story. Comments are always welcome, too. Thanks for stopping by. 

V.L. Locey (MM Contemporary Romance)

Getting old sucked.

Trisha Faye (Contemporary Fiction)

I just want to learn to decorate houses in today’s time.

Jillian Chantal (Contemporary Fantasy) 

“Certainly not. More like acquaintances.”

Flossie Benton Rogers (Highlander Romance)

“What in the Sam Hill is the matter with you?”

Susanne Matthews (Holiday Romance)

He hated leaving her like this. Cassie was gone, but he would be damned if anyone or anything else died.


Monday, November 22, 2021

Tuesday Tales From the Word LIP


Happy Thanksgiving to those who will be celebrating this week. It's amazing how quickly time flies.

This week's Tuesday Tales Offerings are written to the word prompt LIP. Please take the time to visit each author and feel free to comment. We all love feedback! 

V. L. LOCEY (MM Contemporary Romance) 

“I have my own make-up and a wig. And a dress!”


TRISHA FAYE (Contemporary Fiction)

But…some days she dreamed of a different life.


TRICIA ANDERSEN (Small town Romance)

It would be a whole new definition of being scared straight.


JILLIAN CHANTAL (Contemporary fantasy)

It was sure something to think about.


SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Holiday Romance)

“Do you really think your wife will want your sister-in-law living with you?”


FLOSSIE BENTON ROGERS (Highlander Romance)

The woman’s eyes twinkled. “I am partial to those brave lads.”

Monday, November 15, 2021

Tuesday Tales – Picture Prompt #amwriting #freereads #excerpt


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. There were several images to choose from. Each author wrote to one of the images below. Thank you for stopping by!

TRISHA FAYE (Contemporary Fiction)

Peggy sighed. “No, son. You’re not going out in the front yard naked.”

 V.L.LOCEY (MM Contemporary Romance)

He regarded me as most cats do humans who correct them.

 TRICIA ANDERSEN (Small Town  Romance)

The rascal in his pants was at it again.

 JEAN JOACHIM (Sweet, Historical Romance)

“I thought you wanted to talk?” Caleb said.

 SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Holiday Romance)

Actually, I like a good Merlot.

 FLOSSIE BENTON ROGERS (Highlander Romance)

Her eyes moistened at the vintage pictures.

Monday, November 8, 2021

Tuesday Tales - Eighteen


Welcome to this week's edition of Tuesday Tales, a weekly blog of current works in progress from a select group of authors.  Please click on the links to read the selections. Comments are appreciated. 

V.L. Locey (MM Paranormal Romance) 

I felt my cheeks heat. “Thank you. You’re beautiful too.”

Jillian Chantal (Contemporary Fantasy)

Who knew there were so many churches back then? 

Tricia Andersen (Small Town Romance)

They might growl loud, but there’s no bite.

Trisha Faye (Contemporary Fiction)

Peggy tried to recall the peaceful carefree feelings she had the night before while searching for Bohemian images on Pinterest.

Jean Joachim (Sweet Historical Romance)

“Isn’t Sarah’s dress a little too, uh, well, revealing?” 

Flossie Benton Rogers (Highlander Romance)

“A castle! I’d love to see that.”

Susanne Matthews (Holiday Romance)

Was this what had happened to Luke when he’d first seen Cassie?

Monday, November 1, 2021



Welcome to Tuesday Tales, where talented writers write to a word prompt. This week, the word is "arm." Hop from blog to blog, reading each story. Comments are always welcome, too. Thanks for stopping by. 

JEAN JOACHIM (Historical Romance)

“Don’t be bothering, Miss Chesney. I don’t need help from the likes of you,” he bit out. 

V. L. LOCEY  (Gay Paranormal Romance)

Using my elbow I nudged the heavier interior door closed as well to keep the warmth and the cat inside. 

TRICIA  ANDERSEN (Small Town Romance)

“Yeah. Just thinking. So how do I make this shot?”

TRISHA FAYE (Historical Fiction)

Lydia read on, oblivious to the wildlife around her.

JILLIAN CHANTAL (Contemporary fantasy)

  All that came out was, “Thomas Jefferson?”   

SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Holiday Romance)

What if I pushed her away once too often?

FLOSSIE BENTON ROGERS (Highlander Romance)

“Pin your shawl, and we’ll head toward The Square.”

That's all. See you next week!