Sneak Off and Read: Lines about BODY PARTS, #RSsos #RomSuspense

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Today on hotlines: Body Parts! Ooooh sexy!

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#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines about BODY PARTS for a great start to your week. Enjoy!


“Let me go first. I’m gonna put my butt on that rock and then swing my feet around.” Blair demonstrated. “Ouch. Be careful of the jagged place.”

Marsha West


Sharon WrayIn a pale yellow strapless which skimmed over her hips and stopped above her knees, and her shoulders barely covered by a white lace sweater, she was the vision of everything beautiful in the world. Everything his world wasn’t.

Sharon Wray
When Next We Meet (work in progress)


TemporarilyInsane_w10205_750 coverI huffed which puffed my side-swept bangs out of my eyes, then squeezed my orbs into python-like slits. “Are you crazy? Me…in accounting? You must be on drugs.”

Vicki Batman


“Our guy is escalating.” His fingers tightened on the steering wheel. “Another severed foot was found this morning, honey.”

Jacquie Biggar


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KISSing Your Conflict

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Believable conflict in romance

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I have been trying all day to write this blog post. Seriously. All day. And that sort of sums up the last month of writing almost everything.

On my last blog, we talked about simplifying your secondary characters so the hero and heroine can take center stage. Now … what do we do with them? We put them in conflict. Internal and external.

In suspense, external conflict is usually danger: running for their lives, protecting each other, solving a mystery, chasing the villain. Whatever it is, the external conflict pushes them together when then don’t want to be, which is the internal conflict.

So, the internal conflict is why the hero and/or heroine don’t want to be together. They don’t think they need a protector, they think the other is in danger, they have a history together. He wants her, but she’s pushing him away. Or vice versa.

It’s as…

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It’s #ReleaseDay for Love, Christmas #HolidayRomance #RSsos #mgtab @jacqbiggar

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Up for a Christmas story? Check out my friend Jacquie Biggar’s new release in a box set with other bestselling authors! 😃

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Love, Christmas

by Bestselling authors from The Authors’ Billboard

Genre: Contemporary Holiday Romance

Release Date: October 18, 2015

Holiday stories that will be a song in your heart!
You’ll love this heartwarming collection of 20 all-new Christmas stories from NY Times, USA Today, and national best-selling authors. Every title in the set is from a Christmas song suggested by a reader. Here’s just a sample of the wonderful variety in these pages: In LAST CHRISTMAS, after a year of heartache, a young woman confronts the man who ran out on her the December before. Can SILVER BELLS bring two stubborn souls together and give a little girl the Christmas gift she wants most? HOLLY JOLLY CHRISTMAS showcases a young couple confronting the dilemma of an unwanted pregnancy. In FROSTY THE SNOWMAN, the collection turns from angst to humor when two strangers and a cute but mischievous Samoyed…

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Sneak Off and Read: Lines about EMERGENCY SERVICES (POLICE, FIRE, ETC), #RSsos #RomSuspense

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Emergency 🚨Lines

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#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines about EMERGENCY SERVICES (POLICE, FIRE, ETC) for a great start to your week. Enjoy!


“My name’s Bill, I’m a flight nurse. We’re going to take good care of you.”
A flight nurse? She was in a helicopter, meaning her condition was worse than expected.

S.A. Taylor
A Twisted Fate (work in progress)


“Hey, Chief. We’ve not located any bodies yet.” The fireman’s shouts barely penetrated the bleak hell Jim found himself in.

Marsha West


Sharon WrayA police cruiser lit up the street, and Nate turned down an alley. Rather the dark unknown than the cops.

Sharon Wray
When Next We Meet (work in progress)


TemporarilyInsane_w10205_750 cover“I can’t lie, especially in an interview with a police detective. I have to cooperate.”

Vicki Batman


“Police. Freeze,” he panted, his hand cradling his side. Left with no other choice, he pulled his service revolver and took aim on his assailant.

Jacquie Biggar


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Partners: Odyssey of the Phoenix by McKenna Sinclair #Suspense #BookReview #RSsos @sambradley11

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A Thrilling debut by McKenna Sinclair!

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A man and a woman, paramedic-firefighters, falling in love

AJ Donovan is an extraordinary Rescue Technician. He’s never failed to save a life. Quinlan O’Leary, AJ’s new female partner, is the only woman who’s ever cared for him without wanting something in return. even in the worst of circumstances. When she saves his life from drowning, a spark of trust opens the door to new feelings. Can Quin’s love heal his damaged heart?

Ride along in the Rescue with AJ and Quin and see what life is like for those who devote their lives to taking care of others. Experience the deep relationships that exist between firefighters and other emergency professionals whether loyal friendships or forever loves.

Click to buy Partners, Odyssey of the Phoenix! A medical thriller with a strong romantic side.

Buy Link:Amazon

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About the Author:

Sam Bradley, MS, EMT-P, writing…

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Sneak Off and Read: Lines about Fall/Autumn, #RSsos #RomSuspense

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Autumnal book lines 📚🍁🍂

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#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines about Fall/Autumn for a happy start to your week, enjoy!


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We went from an Indian summer to the dead of winter in three weeks. Who’s the asshole who stole fall?

Sam Bradley w/a McKenna Sinclair


A_Taming_SeasonsmallLiving that way made Jason feel like a colorful autumn leaf. A few fleeting, but temporarily bright moments.

Claire Gem


ASeasonforKillingBlondes_w9101_750 (2)When I moved back to Sudbury, I expected an early frost in September and snow in October. At least that’s how I remember the autumns of my childhood.

Joanne Guidoccio


Jeannie Hall - book cover - violation of faithSince returning home, Lynea found a particular affinity for the maple in Brennan’s front yard. He’d told her it would turn a bright golden yellow in October – Cori’s favorite color, as well as her own.

Jeannie Hall


Let himself imagine air crisp with autumn driving back the heat, and a mountain trail beneath his wheels, steep drops, sharp curves, and…

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