Happy Friday! I hope you are all having a great summer. I can’t believe how fast it has gone. My youngest leaves soon to return to college and both of my boys begin classes before the month is over. In Oregon our schools generally begin the day after labor day and the public colleges and universities start well into September. Both of my boys attend universities out of state.
To be honest I’ve had a difficult time coming up with something romance book related to post about this month, but an idea came to me the other night as I was laying in bed trying to figure out what I was going to post. I hope you will find this fun and that everyone will take part. Iv’e put zero thought into the plot, so no judgment from me. Don’t be intimidated.
Today I’m going to give a story start and you get to add to it in the comments. Kind of like the games we did as kids, but what we called them escapes me at the moment. Each comment will be the next line in the story, so be sure to follow the comments from the top down. You can add a single sentence or up to five, but no more than five. I might add a line here and there. When the day is over we’ll have a story. It might be silly, but that’s okay. I don’t know about you, but I can alway use a good laugh. :)
Here’s the set up. It’s a contemporary romance that takes place in a beach town–imagine a small town from your favorite book, the exact location doesn’t matter in this case. You get to decide the rest. I’ll do the really hard part and get us started now–at least that’s the hard part of me.:)
Lelia pulled open her apartment door and gasped. “Jeff? What are you doing here.” She hadn’t seen her college friend since graduation five years ago.
“We have a problem,” Jeff said.
Okay–now it’s your turn. Take it away and have fun. I can’t wait to see the twists and turns. I’ll add the ending this evening.
Everyone who participates will be entered into a drawing for a chance to win a kindle copy of my latest release, A Love to Treasure. The drawing closes at midnight pacific time tonight.