Author Archives: rcbonitz

It’s In the Basement

Welcome to the Spot Writers. This month the prompt is to use three of the following words in the story- tremble, start, tiptoe, yank, and dresser. Today’s contribution comes from Val Muller, who you can stalk at http://www.valmuller.com. The story … Continue reading

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Because of Maude

Welcome to the Spot Writers. This month the prompt is to use three of the following words in the story- tremble, start, tiptoe, yank, and dresser. Today’s contribution comes from RC Bonitz, author of A BLANKET FOR HER HEART. Because … Continue reading

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Return to Cabo San Lucas

Today’s post comes from Kathy L. Price. Her book, Down the nanoTubes, will be released shortly. Return to Cabo San Lucas “Ow, ow, ow,” Courtney winged as she gingerly lifted the strap of her bathing suit over her right shoulder. … Continue reading

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Tequila Breeze

The prompt for this month is to use all of the following five words in a story: sand, sea, cartwheels, tequila, sunburn. Today’s post comes from Val Muller, author of Faulkner’s Apprentice, Corgi Capers, and The Scarred Letter. * * … Continue reading

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Tequila Man

Welcome to the Spot Writers. This month the prompt is to use sand, sea, cartwheels, tequila, and sunburn in the story. Today’s contribution comes from RC Bonitz, author of A BLANKET FOR HER HEART. Next week’s story will be by … Continue reading

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Big Bad Jimmy

Today’s post comes from Cathy MacKenzie. The prompt this time is to use the first line of a nursery rhyme or story as the first line. (Some of you may recognize Jimmy from the Grimes family!) Cathy’s most recent publication, … Continue reading

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Distress Signal

This week’s Spot Writers prompt is to use the first line of a nursery rhyme in a story. This week’s tale comes from Val Muller, who you can stalk at http://www.ValMuller.com. She writes books for children and adults. Distress Signal … Continue reading

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