Monday, October 31, 2016

Tuesday Tales - Hook

Welcome! In this week's edition of Tuesday Tales, we're writing to the prompt "hook". Enjoy the tales! 

Flossie Benton Rogers (Light Paranormal)
“My mother taught me, and I’ll teach you.”

Jillian Chantal (Contemporary Murder Mystery)
“Now, now, Detective, you’re getting testy with me like your partner.”

Susanne Matthews (Contemporary Romance)
“I'm terrified I’m going to get sick on camera,” she whispered, the butterflies in her stomach in full revolt.

Trisha Faye (Contemporary Romance)
“Love is love is love. Wanting a life filled with love can come from many avenues besides a lover.”

Tuesday, October 25, 2016


Tuesday Tales- October 25, 2016-Word Prompt Ghost

In this week's edition of Tuesday Tales, we're writing to the prompt "ghost". Enjoy the tales!

Davee Jones - (Contemporary Romance)
"Hey, boss lady, what do you think of your party?"

Vicki Locey - (Contemporary Romance)
The old pub had seen better days, but they had the best rippers-or deep-fried hot dogs-in a hundred-mile radius of the barn.

 Susanne Matthews - (Contemporary Romance)
“I don’t understand. What ghosts?” she asked, her gaze filled with compassion.

Tricia Andersen - (MMA Romance)
Fitz disappeared while she was in the bathroom. He punctuated his departure with the slam of the door.

Flossie Benton Rogers  (Paranormal Romance)
Damn, he could devour a feast of oxen with no help at all.

Tricia Faye (Contemporary Romance)
“So…do we like…have to go out in the middle of the night for this?

Monday, October 17, 2016

Tuesday Tales From a Picture October 18, 2016

Welcome back to Tuesday Tales, the place where wonderful books are born. Today, our authors bring you the colors of autumn. The beautiful reds, oranges, golds, and browns are fitting for this week’s picture prompt. This week, the bloggers had a choice any one of the following three pictures. Here they are:

Quite diverse, wouldn't you say? Read on to see how creative they’ve been!

V. L. LOCEY     F/F Hockey Romance
“You look like a librarian,” Hannah said when I reached our table.

TRISHA FAYE     Contemporary Romance
As everyone else stood, Corecia held a hand in the air as if she were a school girl waiting for permission to speak.

DAVEE JONES     Contemporary Romance
“Food became the center of our lives, did we ever think about anything else?” Visits to our favorite cafĂ© became more than routine, it made us an us.

 SUSANNE MATTHEWS     Contemporary Romance
“You’re comparing our wedding to a loaf of bread?”

JEAN JOACHIM (Holiday Sports Romance)
  "I was hoping Tuffer and I could have some time alone. I think there's something he wants to ask me." She stared at her hands. 

FLOSSIE BENTON ROGERS (Paranormal Romance) 
Ivy checked the clock. Ten minutes until midnight.

Monday, October 10, 2016

Tuesday Tales - Word Prompt, Gold

Tuesday Tales- October 11, 2016-Word Prompt Gold

In this week's edition of Tuesday Tales, we're writing to the prompt "gold". Enjoy the tales!

Davee Jones - (Contemporary Romance)
Might as well go for the gold.

 Vicki Locey - (Contemporary Romance)
 Women of all sizes, colors, and shapes bounced around to a dance remix of Deborah Cox’s “Play Your Part” as my foot bounced to the beat.

 Jillian Chantal -(Murder Mystery)
"You had a motive to kill her then."

  Susanne Matthews - (Contemporary Romance)
 "You make it sound so simple."

Tricia Andersen - (MMA Romance)
Usually it was a sound that made her so happy. Today nothing could break her out of her funk.


Monday, October 3, 2016

Tuesday Tales- October 3, 2016-Word Prompt Fasten

In this week's edition of Tuesday Tales, we're writing to the prompt fasten. So, fasten your seat belts and hang on for the ride - enjoy the tales!

Trisha Faye (Contemporary Romance)                                           "I didn’t want tied down either. On to the newest and flashiest conquest I guess."

Susanne Matthews (Contemporary romance)  
“I’m a firm believer that Fate, Karma, or God, whatever you want to call it, always gives you more than you can handle, just to see you kick to the surface and survive."

V. L. Locey (F/F Hockey Romance)
“Stop trying to be something that you’re not, Whitney,” I mumbled then washed all my make-up off and started over.

Jillian Chantal(contemporary murder mystery)
“So you think there may be a kill Drusilla club that meets here?” 

Davee Jones (Contemporary)

The word, bro, fastened to me like hot tar, yet oddly less painful.

Tricia Andersen (MMA Romance)
“Yum. That would be a breakfast I would never forget.”

Jean Joachim (Modern Historical)

 A thousand thoughts ran through Maggie’s mind during the silence that ensued after she had confessed to John –and none of them good.