Monday, December 11, 2017


Welcome! These are the pictures our writers have chosen to write to. Each one is different. Click on the author's name to go to her blog. Don't forget to return and read all the stories. Thank you for stopping by.

JEAN C. JOACHIM (Women's Fiction)
  Before she went on this crazy internship three thousand miles away, when five o'clock rolled around, he’d turned his thoughts to Clare –wondered what she had made for dinner, and if she’d be up for sex after. 

V. L. LOCEY (MM Hockey Romance)
“Going to be hard to find a place to eat with a dog,” he pointed out.

TRISHA  FAYE (Historical Fiction)
“Women…” Al retorted but softened his response with a chuckle.

TRICIA ANDERSEN (Paranormal/Greek God Romance)

She vowed with a moan that she would love him until the day she died.

SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Women's Fiction)

 But I’d seen the interest in his blue eyes, and my stomach flip-flopped.

The train sped up the coastline, slowing down for whistle stops.

JILLIAN CHANTAL (Contemporary Romance)
As they didn't have much room in their apartment for a tree, they'd decorated the window that faced the parking lot of the complex.

Monday, December 4, 2017


Welcome! The word prompt this week is "heat". Click on the author's name to go to their story written around that word. Thank you for coming. 

V. L. LOCEY(MM Hockey Romance)
Yeah, tell me about overhead, Lenny. I know all about it.

JEAN JOACHIM (Women's Fiction)
After the phone call from the police last night informing her that Stan had been in an accident, she’d been running on adrenaline, with barely a moment to take in what had happened

JILLIAN CHANTAL (Time Travel Romance)
“And you say you ended up in the year 1788?” the man asked.

TRICIA ANDERSEN (Paranormal Greek God Romance)
If only then she had realized he had fangs.

TRISHA FAYE (Historical Fiction)
“Bus passed by The Ozark. They’re showing Miracle on 34th Street.”

Thank you for coming. 

Monday, November 27, 2017

Tuesday Tales - Frost #romance #amwriting #freereads #excerpt

Welcome to this week's Tuesday Tales, where ideas blossom into words, sentences, paragraphs, chapters, and eventually novels. Books are born here, and readers get the chance to watch the stories develop week by week, post by post.

This week, our word prompt is FROST.


Tricia Andersen (Paranormal/Greek god Romance)

If she wanted him, she’d get him. And there was no doubt in her mind that she wanted him.

Trisha Faye (Historical Fiction)
“Might want to rethink that idea. Heard we might have ice tomorrow.”

V.L. Locey (MF Hockey Romance)
“Chipmunks won’t mind,” he murmured against my neck.

Susanne Matthews (Women's Fiction)
“Any man who looks like that talking about the past has to be remembering a woman.”

Jean Joachim (Women's Fiction)
Jen pushed her wet hair off her face and pulled her soaked T-shirt away from her skin. She didn’t need to show strangers her boobs.

Flossie Benton Rogers (Light Paranormal)
The bulbs cast a blue glow over her skin.

Jillian Chantal (Time Travel)
When the wind quit blowing and it became light again, Pembroke could barely fathom what had happened

Monday, November 20, 2017

Tuesday Tales – word prompt ‘thank’ #romance #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. The word prompt this week is ‘thank’, a perfect word as we ease into a week where we express gratitude for our many blessings. Thank you for stopping by!

Trisha Faye (Historical Fiction)
“Will you look at that? Martha and I flip-flopped.”

Tricia Andersen (paranormal/Greek god romance)
“Are we having a Olympus sized temper tantrum?”

V.L. Locey (MF Hockey Romance)
He kissed a hot path along my jaw.

Jean Joachim (Women's Fiction)
A year ago, his wife, Clare had begged for a dog. Terry had a child in mind, but he gave in to her, as he always did.

Susanne Matthews (Women's Fiction)
She was just too sensitive tonight, and the longer she stayed here, the worse it would get.

Jillian Chantal (Time Travel)
She wanted to get him settled so she could retrieve one of her sleeping draughts and put it in has ale.

Flossie Benton Rogers (Dark Fantasy Romance)
“Will you seek the answer from eons ago?”

Davee Jones (Paranormal romance)
“Any friend of these fellas is a friend of mine.”

Monday, November 13, 2017


This week we're writing to picture prompts. Each writer picked on of the following pictures that fit her story. They are allowed Click on the writer's name to go to her blog. 

JEAN JOACHIM (Woman's Fiction) 
Two hours later, she opened her eyes. If only she could wake up and have it be yesterday

V. L. LOCEY (MF Hockey Romance)
He sidled up next to me, his arm brushing mine as he lifted a mug from the rack situated beside the baked goods. 

TRISHA FAYE (Historical Fiction)
Bessie leaned in closer to Clara and whispered. “Sweet boy you’ve got there. Your son?”

TRICIA ANDERSEN (Paranormal/Greek God Romance
She wouldn’t give up Ares. 

SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Women's Fiction)
Like a thousand fireflies in flight, twinkle lights shone from the lower branches of the trees.

“I saved the wishbone for you.”

Monday, November 6, 2017

Tuesday Tales November 7 Using the Word PREPARE

Welcome to this week's Tuesday Tales, where ideas blossom into words, sentences, paragraphs, chapters, and eventually novels. Books are born here, and readers get the chance to watch the stories develop week by week, post by post.

This week, our word prompt is PREPARE.


Trisha Faye    Historical Fiction

After months of trying different recipes, through Southern California’s heat of the summer, the clock was out of time.

V.L. Locey    MF Hockey Romance

Morning skate was more like morning agony.

Tricia Andersen    Paranormal/Greek God Romance.

You’re ready to give her up for this...vampire?

Susanne Matthews    Women’s Fiction

In a time where virginity was something to be prized, talking about French kissing, petting, and going all the way was alien to me.

She and I both hunkered down lower as if making ourselves smaller would make us bullet proof.

Jean Joachim    Women's Fiction

He’d been the aloof professor, totally unbending. She’d begged to no avail.

Davee Jones    Paranormal Romance

Owen gritted his teeth, preparing for a long night ahead. 

Flossie Benton Rogers    Light Paranormal

“I’ll be back with iced tea soon as I shed these stockings.”

Monday, October 30, 2017

Tuesday Tales - Ghost

Welcome to Tuesday Tales! Our word prompt is "ghost" this week. Click on the author's name to go to their blog. Don't forget to return and read all the stories. Thanks for stopping by. 

V.L. Locey (MM Hockey Romance)
Indigo laughed. A gentle breeze swept into the den, tickling the sheer curtains and carrying the aroma of river, flowers, and Indigo to me.

Davee Jones (Paranormal Romance)
Nausea overwhelmed him, coming in consistent waves. 

Tricia Andersen (Paranormal/Greek God Romance)
“That was quick for the old man. Did he tell you that he hit on her?”

Jillian Chantal (Thriller)
It was down to me, Dawn and two guys I’d met earlier. 

Susanne Matthews (Women's Fiction)
Progress never came without pain.

Trisha Faye (Historical Fiction)
Goodness, it’s been twenty-eight years since Elias has been gone.

Flossie Benton Rogers (Paranormal Romance)
“I slumbered peacefully in my tomb. Why did you wake me?”