Saturday, September 15, 2012

Six Sentence Sunday - September 16, 2012

She backed toward the stairs without thinking. It was then that he noticed her, appraising her from head to foot, and his scrutiny made her uncomfortable. Even though she was completely clothed, she felt the need to cover herself.

He was huge, taller than Jared or her father. His hair was a dark brown, only a shade darker than his eyes, and he looked dangerous, more dangerous than her husband, and her frightened expression must have been apparent. She closed her eyes tight, willing everything to go away: her memories, her fear, this man before her.


Friday, September 14, 2012

Flash Fiction Friday - 9-14-12

One picture.

One hundred words...

Today's picture is curtesy of

What a night.

After years of trying to make it as a dancer, she’d finally gotten to perform in front of an audience who’d paid to see her. Well not her exactly. They paid to see a show that included her and nine other dancers, but that was beside the point. She’d really made it.

She removed the sequined band from her head, and stretched out on the silky red sheets. Only one thing would make this night better.

Seconds after the thought crossed her mind, there was a knock at the door. Maybe she’d get her wish after all.

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Tuesday, September 11, 2012

FREE Ebook!

TWCS has released my short story, A Christmas Proposal, as a FREE ebook.

Some may remember this story from the Holiday Anthology last year, Season of Love. This time around, however, you will be able to download Matthew and Cali's first Christmas for free from the TWCS site, or from ibooks.

Matthew Andersen knew he wanted to spend the rest of his life with Cali Stanton. Since she came into his life just five months ago, his world had completely changed for the better. With everything in their lives finally coming together, he was determined to make their first Christmas a memorable one.


Saturday, September 1, 2012

Six Sentence Sunda - September 2, 2012

Brianna was quiet the entire ride home, and I wondered what she was thinking. I caught her clamping her lips together a few times, which told me she wasn't just passively watching buildings go by.

When we arrived back atg the condo, I went upstairs and let her know she was free to do as she wished until it was time to make dinner. As I logged onto my e-mail, I could hear her moving around downstairs and wondered what she was doing with her time. My mind seemed to be on little else these days.

Never had one woman dominated my thoughts as she did.