Author Archives: rcbonitz

Just the Facts

Welcome to the Spot Writers. The prompt for this month is to: use these five words: facts, solved, attention, airplane, bubbles. Today’s tale comes to you from Val Muller, author of the YA Scarlet Letter reboot, The Scarred Letter, available … Continue reading

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The Wedding

Welcome to the Spot Writers. The prompt for this month is to: use these five words: facts, solved, attention, airplane, bubbles.   Today’s contribution comes from RC Bonitz, author of A BLANKET FOR HER HEART.   The facts are simple. … Continue reading

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Beast

Welcome to the Spot Writers. This month the prompt is to use the theme “out of season.” Today’s contribution comes from Val Muller, author of the newly-released The Scarred Letter, a young adult reboot of Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter. Beast … Continue reading

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Out of season- a poem

Today’s post comes from Cathy MacKenzie. The theme for this month is “Out of Season.” When Cathy can’t come up with a story, she writes a poem; this is her offering. She has two new short story compilations coming out … Continue reading

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To everything there is a season

Welcome to the Spot Writers. This month the prompt is to use the theme “out of season.” Today’s contribution comes from RC Bonitz, author of A BLANKET FOR HER HEART. To everything there’s a season. Candlelight. Wine for two. Crackers … Continue reading

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Tommy

Welcome to Spot Writers! The prompt for this month is to use at least three of the following words: tremble, start, tiptoe, yank, dresser. This week’s contribution is from Kathy L. Price, author of Down the nanoTubes (www.kathylprice.com), soon to … Continue reading

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Hiding Places

Welcome to Spot Writers! The prompt for this month is to use at least three of the following words: tremble, start, tiptoe, yank, dresser. This week’s contribution comes from Cathy MacKenzie, who used all five of the prompt words. Cathy … Continue reading

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