The Flashiest Flash Fic – Romance Writers Weekly

The Flashiest Flash Fic – Romance Writers Weekly

Welcome to another installment of Romance Writers Weekly! This week, we have the shortest flash fiction challenge I think I’ve ever been a part of. Super fun! In 10 words or less, describe a kiss. Include the words pink & sweet.

100 word drabble – Romance Writers Weekly

100 word drabble – Romance Writers Weekly

Welcome to another installment of Romance Writers Weekly! The fabulous Veronica Forand, author of the riveting Untrue Colors, wanted a bit of flash fiction this time around. The challenge is a 100-word drabble featuring the words: spring, coffee, and lizard. Did you land here from the lovely Susan Scott Shelley‘s? If you haven’t read Rekindled, […]

Flash Fiction – Romance Writers Weekly

Flash Fiction – Romance Writers Weekly

J.J. Devine said “It’s been a while since we’ve done a Flash Fiction so let’s do this again. Give me a scene of 500 words that contain the words, happiness, egg, and purple.” Woo, tough one. Did you get a chance to check out what Gemma Brocato wrote? It was sooooo dreamy. She really knows […]

Flash Fiction – Love Letters #LoveChatWrite

Flash Fiction – Love Letters #LoveChatWrite

Hey m’lovelies! It’s that time again. Each Tuesday, we at Romance Writers Weekly try to bring you something new. This week, our own Mishka Jenkins challenged us to write a love letter, in 400 words or less. The letter had to contain the words: sweet, pumpkin and brush. Great one, Mishka! And timely too. 😉 […]

Flash Fiction: Kiss Me Slowly #LoveWriteChat

Flash Fiction: Kiss Me Slowly #LoveWriteChat

Time for another installment of Romance Weekly! You’ve probably hopped over from my friend Leslie Hachtel’s blog. Lovely woman and fantastic writer. This week, we have another flash fiction challenge. I love these, I really do. And this week’s prompt is gorgeous! Guhhhh. Amirite? So here goes 300 words… ~ Kiss Me Slowly “Clear your […]

Romance Weekly: Flash Fiction!

Romance Weekly: Flash Fiction!

It’s time for some Romance Weekly, #LoveWriteChate fun! If you’ve wandered over from Gemma Brocato‘s blog, welcome! This week’s challenge came from Susan Peterson Wisnewski, a 100-150 word flash fiction piece using the words: candle, chocolate and scarf. Naturally, I turned it over to my alter ego Xio Nin for the honours.   “Open your […]