Monday, August 22, 2016

TUESDAY TALES - WORD PROMPT - FAN


Welcome! We're back with the word prompt "fan" this week. Just click on the author's name and go to her blog. Don't forget to return to read the other stories. Thank you for coming. 

V.L. LOCEY (M/M Hockey Romance)
After I had been knocked to my ass for a third time, I got a little upset and had a talk with the ref.

TRISHA FAYE (Contemporary Romance)
The laughter in his eyes dimmed as he looked deep within her eyes, holding her gaze with an intense, magnetic stare.

SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Contemporary Romance)
“We can all use a touch of magic right now,” Paul whispered in her ear.

JEAN JOACHIM (Modern Historical Romance)
“No? Just humiliated, then. Good reason to go.” She continued to pack her few possessions.

SARAH CASS (Urban Fantasy)
Lines:  “We’re being followed.” Kane’s words were enough to snap her attention back to him.

TRICIA ANDERSEN (MMA Romance)
“No, sweetheart. I figure you making me breakfast would still be part of this date. Or if we get up late you can make me lunch.”

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

TUESDAY TALES - WORD PROMPT - GRAY


Welcome to Tuesday Tales! Click on the author's name to go to their blog. Thank you for coming. 

V. L. LOCEY (M/M Hockey Romance)
I glanced over her head and my gaze locked with warm, dark brown eyes set into an amazingly handsome face. 

FLOSSIE BENTON ROGERS (Vintage Paranormal Romance)
With a deep belly sigh, the old woman squeezed Laura’s hand before releasing it. 

JILLIAN CHANTAL (Murder Mystery Contemporary)
“Did we test for semen on those surfaces?”

SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Contemporary Romance) 
She shook her head. “Not really—one of those ‘someone walked over my grave moments’. I’m fine.”

TRICIA ANDERSEN (MMA Romance)
 But that time you didn’t tell me there was no chance I’d end up in your bed. I’m breaking you down, huh?

DAVEE JONES (Contemporary Romance)
 "Do you think my gray matter isn’t working?”

JEAN JOACHIM (Modern Historical Romance)
“I can’t afford to lose my job,” she said over coffee at the kitchen table.

Monday, August 8, 2016

TUESDAY TALES! WORD PROMPT "CATCH"


Welcome! We're back with the word prompt "catch" this week. Just click on the author's name and go to her blog. Don't forget to return to read the other stories. Thank you for coming. 

JEAN JOACHIM (Modern Historical Romance)
“Really, John. I don’t know what to make of this. And you, Maggie?” Mr. Roberts shook his head. 

V. L. LOCEY (M/M Hockey Romance)
 "Oh no, nope, no date," I stammered, my gaze roaming the gathering in search of Mario and Madame Lila. 


TRISHA FAYE (Contemporary Romance)
He lifted his glass in a toast. “To us and unforeseen adventures.”

JILLIAN CHANTAL (Contemporary Murder Mystery)
“Like it’s fresh and new all over again.”

SUSANNE MATTHEWS (Contemporary Romance)
“On the kiss meter, I’d say that was a twelve,” Lindsay said and laughed.

TRICIA ANDERSEN (MM Romance) 
"Blush like that. It makes you look cute. It makes me want to corrupt something that cute.”

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Monday, August 1, 2016

Tuesday Tales- August 2, 2016- Fly

Welcome to this week’s edition of Tuesday Tales. Each week, authors use a word or picture prompt to create a snippet from their work in progress and share that work on their blogs.
This week's word prompt is Fly. Click on the links below and visit each blog to see how each chose to use the word.
Thank you for coming!

V.L  Locey: M/M Zombie Romantic Comedy
Slug and his friends seemed to enjoy the fact that they could now hit me in new places. 

Trisha Faye: Contemporary romance: 

“Besides, when you met me, did I look like a person that ran around with clowns?"

Susanne Matthews: Contemporary Romance

Paul grinned. “I don’t mind playing Prince Charming to your Cinderella.” He lifted his glass in salute. 

Tricia AndersonMMA Romance.
The kiss was soft, gentle. It was a taste of what might be.

Jillian Chantal: Contemporary Murder mystery: 

“Sorry, I don’t think I can.”

Davee Jones: Romantic Contemporary

“There aren’t any life-size Venus fly traps or any other man-eating plants out here, are there?” 

 Karen Cino: Contemporary Romance
Their afternoon in Central Park was flawless. They spent an hour at Strawberry Fields listening to different musicians perform their rendition of their favorite Beatle's songs.

Flossie Benton Rogers (Vintage Paranormal Romance):

Miss Sarah’s words plucked at her gut like the sharp edge of a chisel.


 

Monday, July 25, 2016

Tuesday Tales and a Picture Prompt

Tuesday Tales for July 25, 2016



 
Welcome to this week’s edition of Tuesday Tales. Each week, authors use a word or picture prompt to create a snippet from their work in progress and share their work with you.
  This week is picture prompt week. We have a classic restaurant shingle.  The picture prompt word restriction -- only 300 words! Click on the links below and visit each blog to see the written depiction of the picture chosen.
 Many of these TT's have gone on to be published. Grab your favorite beverage and drop in on this week’s storytellers. Click on the author's name to go to their blog.
 Thank you for coming!


V.L. Locey  ( LGBT Zombie Romance)
  Mercury poured himself a glass of cold water and took a small sip, a devious smile tickling the corners of his mouth.
Trisha Faye   (Contemporary Romance)
“Let’s get you home, before you fall face first in that chocolate martini.”

Jean Joachim   (Modern Historical Romance)
  “Stick ‘em up, lady,” came a rough voice as something hard poked her in the back.

Tricia Anderson   (MMA Romance)
  “Dude. I’m not jumping into bed with you. I’m sure as hell not ready to meet your folks.”

Susanne Matthews(Contemporary Romance)
The aroma of his aftershave was doing strange things to her slightly inebriated senses.





Flossie Benton Rogers (Paranormal Romance)
 “1923? Give that back. That’s my lucky quarter.”
 
“It contained a kids menu from our restaurant and an unused condom. They used a rare stamp in the outside corner of the envelope.”

Tuesday Tales and a Picture Prompt

Tuesday Tales for July 25, 2016



 
Welcome to this week’s edition of Tuesday Tales. Each week, authors use a word or picture prompt to create a snippet from their work in progress and share their work with you.
  This week is picture prompt week. We have a classic restaurant shingle.  The picture prompt word restriction -- only 300 words! Click on the links below and visit each blog to see the written depiction of the picture chosen.
 Many of these TT's have gone on to be published. Grab your favorite beverage and drop in on this week’s storytellers. Click on the author's name to go to their blog.
 Thank you for coming!


V.L. Locey  ( LGBT Zombie Romance)
  Mercury poured himself a glass of cold water and took a small sip, a devious smile tickling the corners of his mouth.
Trisha Faye   (Contemporary Romance)
“Let’s get you home, before you fall face first in that chocolate martini.”

Jean Joachim   (Modern Historical Romance)
  “Stick ‘em up, lady,” came a rough voice as something hard poked her in the back.

Tricia Anderson   (MMA Romance)
  “Dude. I’m not jumping into bed with you. I’m sure as hell not ready to meet your folks.”

Susanne Matthews(Contemporary Romance)
The aroma of his aftershave was doing strange things to her slightly inebriated senses.



Flossie Benton Rogers (Paranormal Romance)
 “1923? Give that back. That’s my lucky quarter.”
 
“It contained a kids menu from our restaurant and an unused condom. They used a rare stamp in the outside corner of the envelope.”

Monday, July 18, 2016

Tuesday Tales for July 19, 2016



Welcome to this week’s edition of Tuesday Tales. Each week, authors use a word or picture prompt to create a snippet from their work in progress and share their work with you.

 Many of these TT's have gone on to be published. This week, the word is WRITE. Grab your favorite beverage and drop in on this week’s storytellers. Click on the author's name to go to their blog.


V.L. Locey  ( LGBTZombie Romance)
Sight locked with mine he pointed my gun at the head of the cowering teen at his feet. 


TrishaFaye   (Contemporary Romance)
Instead of a hot date with her pillow as expected, a few hours later Heather found herself parked at a table at the local comedy club.


Jean Joachim   (Modern Historical Romance)
As she relaxed, her hand hit a warm, naked body.

Karen Cino   (Contemporary Romance)
Robbie stepped out of the elevator first, holding his hand out to Jill. She slid her hand into his as he led her outside into the blast of cold air.

Jillian Chantal   (Contemporary Murder Mystery)
“What exactly did you hear?”

Joselyn Vaughn   Romantic Comedy
Last time I had poison ivy, the rash was so bad I had to get steroid shots.

TriciaAnderson   (MMA Romance)
“You can drop your ego, Sweetheart. I’m not getting into bed with you.”

SusanneMatthews (Contemporary Romance)
He glanced at the ring on her finger, the symbol of the bargain they’d made.

Bea’s brain wrapped around the word trust.