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Tuesday Tales – Blue

Welcome to this weeks Tuesday Tales. This week will conclude the adventures of Billy and Alexandra. I'd like to thank everyone for for stopping by my tiny space on the web every week giving me your love and support. Watch out next Tuesday for a brand new story with Pia and Lorenzo. For other wonderful tales by a group of talented authors check out TUESDAY TALES . Alexandra waited until after they had their coffee and dessert before she asked Billy the questions, which kept going through her mind while she sat tied to the wooden chair in the café. What she couldn’t understand was why the doctor kept asking her where Billy hid the diamonds. He insisted that there had to be at least two dozen diamonds missing, which went back to Billy. She wanted the truth. “Why don’t we kick off our shoes and sit in the living room.” Alexandra grabbed her coffee mug off the table and sat down crossed leg on the couch. “I’d like to talk to you about what happened at the café.” Billy followe

Tuesday Tales - Dawn

Welcome to this weeks Tuesday Tales. Next week I will be wrapping up Billy and Alexandra's story. I have a new idea brewing. I'd like to thank everyone who comes visit every week and for everyone who participated in the Secret Cravings Publishing Summer Scavenger Hunt. I hope you all had a fun time. The winner of my giveaway is: Julianne. She will be receiving a copy of my new release The Boardwalk. To read more tales from a group of extremely talented author visit: TUESDAY TALES Billy and Gallo pulled up in front of the café. Alexandra’s car sat directly in front, meaning she was inside. The café was dark except for a tiny light in the back, close to where the food pantry would be. He had no doubt that something was terribly wrong. Before Billy could open the door, Gallo locked the car doors. “I want you to stay here,” Gallo ordered. “Backup is on its way.” “No way. Alexandra is in there and I’m going to get her.” Billy flicked the lock and got out of the black seda

Secret Cravings Publishing Summer Scavenger Hunt

Welcome to Secret Cravings Publishing Summer Scavenger Hunt , running from July 21st through July 22nd. In order to be enter into the grand prize drawing, you need to find my picture posted on the Secret Cravings Publishing Blog, and match it to my name and email it along with the list of the other pictures you found and which blog you found them on to: Please don't reveal the location of the picture in the comment section of my blog. We don't want to take away the fun from the other visitors. Summer! I love it. To me, the hotter the better. With the heatwave in New York City along with record breaking temperatures, I have been spending time at the beach, enjoying the weather while working on my book. Call me crazy, but I drag out my beach bag, towels, chair and umbrella and pick my spot on the beach. With the summer in full bloom in my neighborhood of Staten Island, New York, I will be giving away an electronic copy of my new novel T

Tuesday Tales - Picture Prompt - Treasure Chest

Welcome to this weeks Tuesday Tales. Billy and Alexandra will return next week to continue their adventure. This week's picture prompt sparked a new story idea. I hope you enjoy it. And please don't forget to check out the other awesome tales at: TUESDAY TALES Pia pulled the old wooden chest out from the storage area under the cellar steps. She dragged the old treasure chest into the middle of the room, knelt down and pushed the heavy top up. Inside were individual cardboard boxes and Ziploc bags packed with all the memories of her teen years through adult life. The last thing she had placed something in the chest was close to five years ago. Reaching in, she pulled out the boxes and bags. Pia couldn’t help but laugh. As a teen, she was so organized it drove everyone crazy. Even the contents of the chest were dated by year. Digging down, she pulled a pair of black and white saddle shoes, and below it her red and white cheerleader outfit. Pia sighed. Even though it

Tuesday Tales - Money

Welcome to Tuesday Tales. This week the word prompt is money. Please take a few minutes to check out the other awesome TUESDAY TALES . Alexandra fumbled with her key. The street light in front of the café blew out and the bulb in the old fashioned pole in front of the café was also off. She had expected Billy to there already. But that was Billy, always full of surprises. Reached for the light switch and flicked the switch on, except that the lights didn’t go on. Strange. Right before she got shot, they had sat down going through their finances. Between the two of them they were able to pay the bills and still have money left over to put away for a rainy day. “Billy,” she called out, figuring she was standing somewhere in the middle of the room. “Come on. Turn on the lights. Stop keeping me in suspense. I want to see everything you have done with the place.” Alexandra heard the sound of sneakers walking across the room. She’d bet when Billy turned the lights on the whole