Sunday, 15 November 2015

Weekend Writing Warriors #32

                                                'In the name of what?'

It is difficult to post today in light of the madness in the world, the cruelty, the sadness and the extreme, misguided hatred. Let us pray for peace and stand together against the sickness that infects our world.

I'm continuing with a snippet from my 'Fevered Kisses' anthology' and the Second story in the antho' 'Too Darn Hot':

                                                  My Snippet:

It was almost two hours before Miranda finally managed to wrap things up for the day. The medals were coming up so the dancers were full of questions taking much more of her time than Miranda was happy to give.

With a wave of her hand she handed a note to Jamie. It contained her scribbled address.

“Oh thanks Miranda.” Jamie looked crestfallen.

“I thought you wanted to swim?” Miranda asked.

“I do, l really do it’s just that my cars in the garage.” Jamie hurried.


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Six sizzling stories in an anthology of lust from the pen of Gemma Parkes:

·        A notebook carelessly left behind reveals secret liaisons of a most intimate nature.

·        An insatiable woman bites off far more than she can chew when four is certainly not a crowd.

·        Sometimes life is just too darn hot but could cooling down heat things up further?

·        Fevered kisses lead to daring thrills for one hungry couple.

Also, what happens when erotic fantasies occupy too much of your time? Lay back and lose yourself in the sensual mind of one of England’s most imaginative storytellers. Adults only.




  1. The old "my car's in the garage" ploy ... Nice lead-up.

  2. and then she said. . .A cliff hanger, Gemma. Love it.

  3. Nice snippet, Gemma! And I so agree with you about the state of our world. I will most certainly pray for peace. Only love can drive out hate.

  4. Hmm. Makes me wonder what he was thinking--he wanted to swim, but he knew his car was out of commission. So what did he expect?

  5. Well that's a bit disappointing but I'm sure they'll work past this temporary problem. Great snippet!

  6. Prelude to some kind of interesting activity. :-)

    Gemma, sometimes I'm so disheartened. Humans are capable of such goodness, but too many of them waste it on hatred... Let there be peace on Earth...