Desire Photo by Gaelle Marcel on Unsplash, quote from John Boyle O'Reilly ~1844-1890ad
Becca stepped out of her car, the hot sun casting a glare across the hood so brightly she was temporarily blinded. She instinctively scrunched her eyes together and brought her hand up to shield them, unintentionally emptying the contents of her clutch all over the pavement. She quickly bent down to grab up the chap... Continue Reading →
I have been nominated for my first award! I am so thankful and humbled, and I am especially blessed for it to come from a blog I have been checking into and following as I transition back to the professional work space. J's tips and tricks for making cosmetics work for you are awesome and... Continue Reading →
via Daily Prompt: Lust Her body ached, screaming for release. She wanted so badly to release the tension in her body, to ride the storm and lazily bask in the aftermath. Simply put, she wanted him to touch her. Sometimes she imagined him gently caressing her face, lightly pressing his lips to hers, and slowly... Continue Reading →
These two are my dignified responses to this week's photo prompt: Satisfied. I ran across this quote and loved it though I'm not sure who it belongs to. But, honestly, as soon as I read it, this is where my mind went (I just couldn't come up with my own photo): This particular Photo by Toa... Continue Reading →
This week's theme for the Sometimes Stellar Six Word Story Challenge, hosted by Nicola, is fantasy. Here's my submission: Sleeps in and wakes to coffee. Or that might just be mine...lol. Maybe more of you share this fantasy: Eye candy? Yes. Soul Mate? Definitely. Feel free to join in - head on over... Continue Reading →
I came across a fun Six Word Story Challenge hosted by Nicola. This week you get to guess one of my favorite movies with just this clue: Repetitious first date ends in marriage. Comment below and head over to her blog to see the other entries, or enter one yourself!
Special thanks to Rochelle Wisoff-Fields for hosting the weekly writing challenge, Friday Fictioneers, and to Kent Bonham for use of the photo. Here's my entry: They had been traveling back-roads for days, appreciating the unmistakable beauty of both their surroundings and each other. Now Bonnie sat alone in her car just outside the small town... Continue Reading →