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A STRANGER AT THE DOOR

Welcome to the Spot Writers. The prompt for this month is to write a story including the line “He threw open the door….. Today’s contribution comes from RC Bonitz, author of A BLANKET FOR HER HEART. His latest book, DANGEROUS … Continue reading

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The Amberwood Women

This month’s prompt is to use the moon as a major theme. The Amberwood Wyvern by Kathy L. Price “Oh, most Gracious Goddess,” Kandyll prayed as he sprinted down the forest track. “Guide my steps along the path. May your … Continue reading

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FLY WITH ME

Welcome to the Spot Writers. The prompt for this month is to write a scene involving the moon. Today’s contribution comes from Cathy MacKenzie. She welcomes you to visit her website at http://www.writingwicket.wordpress.com Fly With Me Geraldine glanced around the … Continue reading

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ALMOST

Welcome to the Spot Writers. The prompt for this month is to write a scene involving the moon. Today’s contribution comes from Val Muller, author of The Scarred Letter, a YA reboot of Hawthorne’s original. Val’s distaste for winter sits … Continue reading

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MOONLIGHT ON THE BAY

Welcome to the Spot Writers. The prompt for this month is to write a scene involving the moon. Today’s contribution comes from RC Bonitz, author of A BLANKET FOR HER HEART. His latest book, DANGEROUS DECISIONS, has just been accepted … Continue reading

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Hugger-Mugger Eyes

The current prompt is to write a scene: You (or your heroine) are in a house alone. The night is dark and someone is breaking in. Describe the scene/ sequence of events. This week’s post is by Cathy MacKenzie. (No … Continue reading

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Cold

Welcome to the Spot Writers. The prompt for this month is to write a dramatic scene. Your heroine is alone in a house someone is breaking into. Today’s contribution comes from Val Muller, author of THE SCARRED LETTER and the … Continue reading

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