Monday, March 27, 2023

Tuesday Tales: From the Word SILVERY

Welcome to this week's edition of Tuesday Tales. Spring and Winter are still in a sparring match in my neck of the woods, but hopefully, this week's scenes, written to the word prompt SILVERY will brighten your day. Check them all out and feel free to leave comments. 

 V.L. LOCEY  (M/M Hockey Romance)

 I did love me a fish sandwich.


 I had also alerted my bestie, Robin.


TRISHA FAYE (Historical Fiction)

 Sarah planted her hands on her hips and sent a stern glance in Faith’s direction. “Deliliah? I haven’t’ even heard you talk about Deliliah.”


TRICIA ANDERSEN (Paranormal Romance M/F, M/M/F)

It’s my job to take care of the brothers’ health. I can’t allow you to poison them.


SUSANNE MATTHEWS (M/F Contemporary Romance Suspense)

 “Are you sure those are your results?”

Monday, March 20, 2023



Welcome to Tuesday Tales, where we write ongoing stories incorporating word and picture prompts. Our word today is "CHAOS." Click on an author's name to read the excerpt. Make sure to visit all the authors. Comments make our day!

“The main thing is—the plans are laid out like streets of gold.”

V. L. LOCEY (M/M Hockey Romance)
The team captain knew us all pretty well.

TRICIA ANDERSEN (M/F, M/M/F Paranormal Romance)
What do you mean ‘Joshua’s mate’? What do you know?

JEAN JOACHIM (M/F Sports Romance)
Robbie ended the call. Tuffer was right.

SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Psychic Romance/ Paranormal Suspense)
"It has to be an illusion."

Monday, March 13, 2023

Tuesday Tales- March 14, 2023- Picture Prompt

Welcome to Tuesday Tales, with ongoing stories shared by a select group of authors. Word and picture prompts are incorporated into our works in progress. This is picture prompt week! We each chose a picture from a batch and were limited to 300 words. Click on an author's name to read the excerpt. Make sure to visit all the authors.

V.L. Locey (M/M Hockey Romance) 

His hands were warm.

Flossie Benton Rogers (Cozy Mystery) 

“If a place is thought to be haunted, that makes it all the more interesting.”


Trisha Faye (Historical Fiction)

Another half-hearted mention about forming a quilting club came up. 

Jillian Chantal (Contemporary)

She’s just his type.

Jean Joachim (M/F Sports Romance) 

Robbie put down the axe and picked up his phone

Susanne Matthews (Psychic Romance/Paranormal Suspense)

How much of the selkie would stay in her once she tamed the storm and defeated Losh?


Monday, March 6, 2023



Welcome to Tuesday Tales! This is the place where authors write to word prompts every week...and sometimes picture prompts! This week our word prompt is "luck". You're in luck to have these stories to read for free. Please leave comments. We love those. Thanks so much for stopping by. 

JEAN C. JOACHIM (M/F Sports Romance)

“Then you’re a fool, daughter dear.” 

V. L. LOCEY (M/M Hockey Romance)

  I sat down by the window on a painted bench that overlooked the tiny patio and inhaled the warm spring air blowing in.

TRISHA FAYE (Historical Fiction)

“But it’s Monday. You always wash on Monday’s. Always.”


“Especially when it comes to my pitfall--cookies.”


He would be sent away in disgrace.

SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Psychic Romance/ Paranormal Suspense)

He scratched his chin. “It could be a case of atavism, what people call a throwback.”

TRICIA ANDERSEN (M/F, M/M/F Paranormal Romance)

“Newsflash. There is more than one hospital in Minnesota.”