Monday, June 24, 2024

Tuesday Tales from the word 'seed'


Welcome to Tuesday Tales! Each week, authors write story snippets to word prompts. Our word for this week is "seeds." Click on the name of each author to go to her blog and read the free story. Make sure to visit all the authors. Thanks for your support!


Flossie Benton Rogers (Cozy Mystery)

“She was too overwhelmed and, well, too muleheaded to come clean with you.”

Jean Joachim (Historical Romance)

“You heard me. Marry me, Becky.”

Susanne Matthews (M/F Contemporary Paranormal Romance Suspense)

In fact, the resemblance between him and James that she’d found so compelling was slight at best.

Jillian Chantal (Contemporary)

“It’s an apostle spoon.”

Monday, June 17, 2024

Tuesday Tales from the word Green

 Welcome to Tuesday Tales, where we write stories to word prompts. Our word today is "GREEN." Click on the name of each author to read the free story snippet on her blog. Make sure to visit everyone. Writing is our passion, and comments make our day!

Susanne Matthews (M/F Contemporary Paranormal Romantic Suspense)

James draped his arm around her shoulders, shattering the vision, and yanking her back.  

Flossie Benton Rogers  (Cozy Mystery) 

Later that afternoon my phone burst out with the Cruel Sea ditty, “Better Get a Lawyer.”

Jean Joachim (MF historical romance)

Sam felt as green as the grass on the meadow.

Jillian Chantal (Contemporary)

Well, that was kind of a gut punch.

Trisha Faye (Historical Fiction)

The next morning Sarah was up and in action long before the rooster even crowed.

 Tricia Anderson - Paranormal


When did you get over it? There’s just too much to see.


Monday, June 10, 2024

Tuesday Tales: From the Word FLIMSY

Welcome to this week's Tuesday Tales. Our word prompt was FLIMSY. Find the posts by clicking on the author's name. Take time to check them all out and leave a comment if you can. We love feedback.

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

“Well look at you moving like a cheetah,” she said as I reached the check-in to smile down at her.


My stomach sank to my kneecaps.

TRISHA FAYE (Historical Fiction)

“Good Lord gonna send you to that fiery place with lies like that coming out of your mouth!”


I already cataloged it and it’s shelved in your cubby space.


JEAN JOACHIM (MF Historical Romance)

“Oh, good. Duck for supper. Here, Sam,” Martha said, handing him a buttered corn muffin.

SUSANNE MATTHEWS (M/F Contemporary Paranormal Romance Suspense)

The box was colder than anything he’d ever touched, and his fingertips showed signs of frostbite.

Monday, June 3, 2024



Welcome! Every week this talented group of authors gets together to write stories to a word prompt. This week, the prompt is "gut". Click on the author's name to go to her blog and read her story. Thank you for stopping by. We hope you enjoy our work. We love it when readers leave comments...

JEAN JOACHIM (MF Historical Romance)

Sam put his finger to his lips, then pointed. 

V. L. LOCEY (MM Hockey Romance)

  “What the hell have I just done?”  

TRISHA FAYE (Historical Fiction)

“118 degrees? In Iowa? I didn’t think that was even possible,” Sarah grumbled.


“Do you think I killed that Wormwood?”

JILLIAN CHANTAL (Contemporary)

  “Do you see anything?”  

SUSANNE MATTHEWS  (Contemporary Paranormal MF Romantic Suspense)

Stepping over to the basin, he stood in front of the mirror to shave and gasped.