Monday, February 7, 2022

Tuesday Tales: From the Word STOOP


Welcome to this week's Tuesday Tales, the blog hop where a select group of authors share their works in progress with you. This week, our word prompt is STOOP. Each entry is only 400 words long. Take time to visit all the authors and leave a comment please. We live for feedback! 

V.L. LOCEY (MM Hockey Romance)

I’d seen pictures of the old fortress overlooking a fjord.

 TRISHA FAYE (Contemporary Fiction)

She turned without seeing Peggy, much to Peggy’s relief, and moved ahead of her.

 FLOSSIE BENTON ROGERS (Highlander Time Travel)

“What most folks know of the otherworld could sieve through a thimble.”

 JEAN JOACHIM (Sports Romance)

She stopped at a private dock, not in use during the winter, and shed her fleece pants and down jacket, revealing a dark purple skating outfit and flesh-colored tights.

 TRICIA ANDERSEN (Small town Romance)

Total crap human.

JILLIAN CHANTAL (Contemporary Ghost Story

“Going somewhere?”

 SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Contemporary Romance)

“I’ve got something with a little more atmosphere in mind for dinner.”

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