Sneak Off and Read: Lines about SEX, #RSsos #RomSuspense

#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines about SEX for a spicy start to your week. Enjoy! When he was sure she was asleep, he whispered, “I’ve had sex with dozens of women in my life, Zoe girl. But until tonight, I never knew what it meant to make love.” Claire Gem He stared, his blue eyes widening…

Sneak Off and Read: Lines about LOVE, #RSsos #RomSuspense

#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines about  LOVE for a wonderful start to your week. Enjoy! He’d never been in love. He wouldn’t know it if he fell over it. Sam Bradley w/a McKenna Sinclair “Good evening, lovers everywhere, and welcome to Jason’s Lair. I’m here tonight to take your requests and dedications, and to hear your…

Sneak Off and Read: Lines about MOOD, #RSsos #RomSuspense

#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines about  FEAR for a moody start to your week. Enjoy! “You’re in a good mood today. What happened, you get laid?” Jacquie Biggar AJ was still in a sullen mood. She snuggled against him and put her arm around him. Sam Bradley w/a McKenna Sinclair “Things will only get worse.” Head…

Poppies and Poetry Move Me

I cannot tell you how many times I was given the assignment to memorize, In Flanders Fields. Seems to me it was every November, throughout grade school! Sadly, when I tried to remember it just a few days ago, I could only recall a few lines, but thanks to Google, I was able to quickly pull it up…

Sneak Off and Read: Lines about FEAR, #RSsos #RomSuspense

#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines about  FEAR for a suspensful start to your week. Enjoy! My heart stopped. A fear-ridden, deep gulp clogged my throat. Vicki Batman Julie lay on the ground, her cameraman, Rudy, standing with a bloody knife over her prone body. His skin went icy with a fear like he’d never known. Jacquie Biggar…

Why write short stories?

More importantly, why write holiday short stories? I cut my teeth by writing short stories. I hadn’t tried until my RWA chapter friend and I joined forces to critique each other’s work. She asked me to read very short stories, like less than 1,000 words to sub to Women’s World magazine. Feeling a little out…

Starting #NaNoWriMo

Never say never. For years, I’ve been shaking my head whenever the topic of NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) came up. I couldn’t fathom the idea of writing 50,000 words in one month. Madness…undue stress…why on earth would I subject myself to that kind of torture? In a podcast with Stephen Campbell, I listed several…