Archive for April, 2013

By Sydell Voeller


“So you’re a cop,” she said, meeting his stunningly blue yes, noting the breeze ripple through his hair. He certainly fit the stereotype. Broad shouldered and strong. Opened black leather jacket with the collar turned up. An incredible heart-stopper with his sophisticated good looks. But copes were the worst choice for a husband, she reminded herself–even if she were looking for one, which she definitely was not. Cops lived in the fast track. With violence. And danger. Cops were gunned down every day.

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Make sure to visit again for a few lines from Ginger Simpson the week of May 3


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There, in the bright light, walked a tall muscular man, young, his long blond hair framing a tan face with icy gray eyes… The visage of Adonis on Hercules’ body.

Zania’s gaze roamed over the regular lines of his jaw, the full, sensual lips, dimpled chin, down the expanse of his hairless pectorals, and stopped on the leather cod piece embossed with Tor’s hammer. That’s all he wore. So, he was a Viking.


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Make sure to visit again for a few lines from Sydell Voeller, the week of April 26.

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55327_girl-writing_lgHere’s a few lines from Roseanne Dowell’s Deadbeat Dads

Does everyone start married life with rose colored glasses? I’m sure no one thinks their marriage will end in divorce. I certainly didn’t. Mine was the perfect love, the perfect marriage. I was going to have the perfect life, and it was an absolutely perfect day for a wedding. The sun streamed through the window as I walked down the aisle on my father’s arm. Johnny looked so handsome standing at the altar waiting for me.

Deadbeat Dads by Roseanne Dowell

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Come back next week to read a few lines from Vijaya Schartz.

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 This week enjoy a few lines from Books We Love author Margaret Tanner’s novel, Fiery Possession.

Jo Saunders did to him what no other woman had done in years. Set his pulses racing, exciting him to the point where he nearly lost control.
Damn Jo Saunders. Damn her to hell.


Please come back on April 12  to read Roseanne Dowell’s exciting snippet.

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