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Tweet Tales Tuesday Week 153

15 Minute Tweet TalesGah, I seriously can’t believe the year is almost over, which means only two days left to accomplish everything I wanted to do in 2014. So with less than 48 hours to go, I have to get an agent and a book deal, loose 20 pounds, find my true love, organize all my closets, and sort 25 years worth of photos into meaningful and accessible albums. Piece of cake!
 
I hope y’all have been having a wonderful holiday season! And have fantastic (but safe) New Year’s Eve celebrations!
 
And now for my 15 Minute Tweet Tales:
 
12/24 - She drinks glass after glass of glogg to bolster her courage to talk to Jim. By the time she does, her words are so slurred he just laughs.
 
12/25 - She'd been naughty, so she sent Santa some interesting pictures to coax him into moving her to nice list. Best haul of presents ever!
 
12/26 - The dessert tray debilitates her willpower, but she's already undone her top pants button and her date will surely notice if undoes another.
 
12/27 - The mise-en-scène in the cafe seems like her normal lunch break; then waiters and patrons break into "Marry You" as he drops to one knee.
 
12/28 - She separates the donnybrook and is shocked to see it's her best students. Then secretly pleased to learn fight's about new physics theory.
 
12/29 - She positions mirrors to scrutinize back of her head. Hopes it's an extra-sun-kissed lock. No, a group of gray strands. Time is attacking.
 
12/30 - Principal promulgates that girls can't wear sleeveless shirts, so teacher gives students scissors to shed sleeves to protest sexist rule.
 
Play along and write tweet tales for the above words. If you’re willing to share, post them on twitter with the hashtag #15tt or add them below in the comments because I’d love to read them. Any thoughts about this week's tweet tales or #15tt words?

Tweet Tales Tuesday Week 152

15 Minute Tweet TalesSince everyone is probably busy taking care of last minute holiday details, I’ll keep this one short-n-sweet and get right to my 15 Minute Tweet Tales for the week:
 
12/17 - Being bully magnets only commonality. Form commensal group for safety. Weeks of silent eating until one bravely asks, "What are your names?"
 
12/18 - The ostentatious art crammed in his house makes her want to grab and run, but she knows the girlfriend con will result in a bigger haul.
 
12/19 - Algid air creeps under the door even though it's a beautiful summer day. He's come for her at last. She's both excited and terrified.
 
12/20 - With each drink, her comments about work became more impolitic. Didn't realize guy at bar was new CEO. A box sat on her desk Monday morning.
 
12/21 - At her boss's behest, she takes a dozen roses to his wife. When a strange, naked man opens the door, she backs away with an awkward smile.
 
12/22 - As the mob searched the village, the farrier hid her under hay in a stall. He didn't care if she was a witch; she'd always been kind.
 
12/23 - After that foggy night, all of the other reindeer became Rudolph's toadies. But he was playing games, since he'd never give up lead spot.
 
I hope everyone enjoys the various holidays this week!
 
Play along and write tweet tales for the above words. If you’re willing to share, post them on twitter with the hashtag #15tt or add them below in the comments because I’d love to read them. Any thoughts about this week's tweet tales or #15tt words?

Tweet Tales Tuesday Week 151

15 Minute Tweet TalesHope everyone is doing well as you gear up for the holidays! I’m definitely in catch-up mode, so just a quick post for my 15 Minute Tweet Tales today:
 
12/10 - A whiff of citrus and she bursts into tears on 20th anniversary of Mom's death. Her pomander had made her a lovely walking orange grove.
 
12/11 - His brother and friends treat him like crap, so he smiles as they disport themselves in hot tub. He's been using it as a toilet for weeks.
 
12/12 - Interspersed through Jeopardy episodes, Alex instructed him to do bad things. When he couldn't resist, he used the gun on self instead.
 
12/13 - In most families, her brother's mimesis would lead to a fight, but in hers it's a celebration. The only words he's able to say are hers.
 
12/14 - He attends company's Holiday party to schmooze, but after too many eggnogs, ends up dancing in only a Santa hat. Promotion seems doubtful.
 
12/15 - Boy lists reasons his teacher's the best person ever. Mom finally snaps, "Are you writing her hagiography? "He adds 'not jealous' to list.
 
12/16 - He hopes to at least make friends with the nerds at new school, but they called him quadrate head: basically block head like all the rest.
 
Play along and write tweet tales for the above words. If you’re willing to share, post them on twitter with the hashtag #15tt or add them below in the comments because I’d love to read them. Any thoughts about this week's tweet tales or #15tt words?

Tweet Tales Tuesday Week 150 + Book Launch

My tweet tales post is going to slip in just under the wire of actually being posted on Tuesday, but I have a fun excuse for its lateness. My sister lives several hours away in Greenville, and the tradition is that I go up and spend a week with her in December, and we stuff ourselves silly at area restaurants and watch the latest Hunger Games movie. So I arrived yesterday to commence with the eating, and we’re going to do the Mocking Jay thing on Thursday.
 
But tonight we had a enjoyable adventure – we went to a book launch in Asheville. Although I was a twitter acquaintance of Jaye Robin Brown, I didn’t actually meet her until the SCBWI-Carolinas conference in September, and she was a lot of fun. So when I found out her book launch for No Place to Fall was happening at the same time I’d be in Greenville, I convinced my sister to road trip up to Asheville.
 
The book launch had a very cool vibe. First Jaye talked about writing the book. Then because her main character is a singer, Jaye would read a passage from the book and a talented young musician would sing a corresponding song. It was an entertaining way to really bring the book to life. And the bonus? There were cupcakes! 
 
There were also other writer friends there to chat with, so that was another highlight: Lauren Johnson Patton and Megan Shepherd, both talented ladies I met at Chautauqua, and Robin Constantine, another new friend from the SCBWI conference. I love how my circle of Carolina writer friends keeps expanding.
 
So even though it was a bit of a hike up into the NC mountains, it was totally worth it. And I’m glad my sister was willing to be my chauffer and photographer!
Jaye Robin Brown and Jocelyn Rish Jaye Robin Brown signing book for Jocelyn Rish
 
Now here are my 15 Minute Tweet Tales from the past week:
 
12/3 - He follows etiquette rules to avoid suspicion, but his punctilious manner makes them think he's weird. Though they'd never guess alien.
 
12/4 - Walking on stage of reality show, he trips. Audience goes wild. Was going to sign opera, but realizes pratfall routine will be more popular.
 
12/5 - She overhears kids connive to fake broccoli allergy. When Tim gasps for air, she laughs. Too late she realizes he's choking on a floret.
 
12/6 - Classmates envy her nobby outfits. When asked where she buys them, she smiles and says it's a secret. They'd never believe mice made them.
 

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12/7 - A rutilant light causes her to look out window. She appreciates beauty of explosion blossoming seconds before blast destroys her building.
 
12/8 - Hypermnesia seems cool until you drive loved ones away by not forgetting any bad & then desperately miss them from not forgetting any good.
 
12/9 - The tutelary owner of the shelter smiled and waved when each animal was adopted. Then she went to her office and wept from missing them.
 
Play along and write tweet tales for the above words. If you’re willing to share, post them on twitter with the hashtag #15tt or add them below in the comments because I’d love to read them. Any thoughts about this week's tweet tales or #15tt words?

Tweet Tales Tuesday Week 149

So if you’ve ever read my little bio over there on the right, you know I’m one of ‘those people’ who celebrates the family dogs’ birthdays. And yesterday was a big day for Freya and Chloe – they turned 10! Since they are rescues, we don’t know their actual birthdays; December 1st was just the arbitrary date picked based on the vet’s best estimate of their ages when they were pups. 
 
It’s hard to believe they’re already 10. Because they’re both already white, their faces haven’t shown the years creeping up on them like it did with the Golden Retrievers we had growing up. Although Chloe’s brown eye spot has become more of a brown semi-circle in recent years. But they have been showing signs of slowing down, and it makes me sad. But never mind that, I must focus on the good days. Like birthdays!
 
I made them ‘cakes’ with a treat ‘candle’, but I didn’t put party hats on them this year, since the last time I tried, I got stabbed in the face. They were so excited about their cakes that they would not sit still for a picture. So these aren’t great, but I’m sharing anyway.
Chloe's 10th birthdayFreya's 10th birthday
Freya and Chloe 10th birthday
 
And the whole dog birthday silliness is not just a Jocelyn thing, it’s a Rish thing. My sister’s oldest dog Molly had her birthday yesterday, too. She’s 14!! But she’s doing awesome for her age. My sister kind of puts me to shame though, since she had actual pupcakes for Molly to share with Kali. Here are some fun pics from their celebration.
Molly's birthday with KaliMolly's 14th birthday
 
And now that you know my family is thoroughly dog crazy, I’ll share my 15 Minute Tweet Tales for the week:
 
11/26 - Most people dread our monthly status sederunts, but it's the only time I see him. Sometimes I invent issues to make them last longer.
 
11/27 - She hopes gourmet food will have benefic impact on family's Turkey Day fighting. Spends days cooking. Food ends up on floor & walls anyway.
 
11/28 - He sends exhortation tweets about fighting the man, but his classmates like the Principal's new rule requiring students to wear deodorant.
 
15 Minute Tweet Tales11/29 - Looks at all the hair removing paraphernalia in bathroom. Laments all the time & pain spent scraping, pulling, yanking hairs from her body.
 
11/30 - Due to cathexis on mole on his leg, he spends hours examining it but too scared to go to doctor. It's not cancer but steals his life anyway.
 
12/1 - His nap was longer than planned, so he awoke feeling logy. It took him a minute to notice the knife he clutched. With blood on the blade.
 
12/2 - She hoped campestral picnic would end in their first intimate moment. Helping extract ticks from warm, dark places? Not what she'd planned. #15tt
 
Play along and write tweet tales for the above words. If you’re willing to share, post them on twitter with the hashtag #15tt or add them below in the comments because I’d love to read them. Any thoughts about this week's tweet tales or #15tt words?

Tweet Tales Tuesday Week 148

15 Minute Tweet TalesI’m chugging toward the end of revisions on my novel, so just a quick post of my 15 Minute Tweet Tales today. Hope everyone has a very Happy Thanksgiving!!
 
11/19 - Captain lambastes sailors for being lazy, so they toss him overboard to nap. They don't see coming storm, so it becomes perpetual sleep.
 
11/20 - When asked to divulge secret of youth, she quips: I follow Countess Báthory's bloody example. They laugh. Because they think she's joking.
 
11/21 - No matter how many prestigious awards she won, it would never be enough for her parents because she had lived when her brother died.
 
11/22 - Bombarded by news the world's going to hell, she cloisters herself in house. Takes her two weeks to realize apocalypse actually occurred.
 
11/23 - I try to convince Arif to give me the codes, but a yahoo at the bar keeps shouting racist insults. That idiot might doom our country.
 
11/24 - Our mom's tears don't deter my obdurate brother as he murders his way to power. I need to relieve her shame, so I cut his brake lines.
 
11/25 - Vivacious kittens in pet store window make him smile for first time in weeks. Takes them home and flushes overdose of pills he'd gathered.
 
Play along and write tweet tales for the above words. If you’re willing to share, post them on twitter with the hashtag #15tt or add them below in the comments because I’d love to read them. Any thoughts about this week's tweet tales or #15tt words?

Tweet Tales Tuesday Week 147 + Book Release

I’m starting to think Medeia Sharif is a novel writing robot. It was only last month that I participated in the cover reveal for her latest YA novel, and now she’s releasing a MG historical/fantasy. Or maybe she has Hermione’s time turner. Or maybe she’s secretly traveling in the TARDIS with the Doctor. I’m sure the actual reason is that she has a lot more self-discipline than me, but the other possibilities sound like more fun. Before I get to my tweet tales, I’m turning my blog over to Medeia.

THE ATTIC OF SAND AND SECRETS 
by Medeia Sharif

Vendor links will be updated on Medeia’s site.
 
Middle Grade Historical and Fantasy, Featherweight Press, November 2014
 
Lily, a learning disabled girl, attempts to unravel the mystery of her abducted mother using supernatural clues from an ancient stranger, even when it means posing a danger to herself.
 
Learning-disabled Lily desires to prove herself, although her mind freezes when presented with big problems - such as her mother's abduction. With a French father and Egyptian mother, Lily worries that her mother hid her ethnicity from her French in-laws. However, there's something deeper going on. Lily finds a way into an attic that's normally locked and encounters a mysterious, moonlit Egyptian night world. There she finds Khadijah, an ancient stranger who guides her to finding clues about her mother's whereabouts. Lily becomes a sleuth in both the real world and magical desert, endangering herself as she gets closer to the kidnapper.
 
The book takes place in 1976. Every host for this book blast is going to post one fun fact for that year. For some of you, this will bring back memories. For younger blog readers, you'll learn something new.
 
Sugar Ray Leonard won an Olympic gold medal in boxing.
 
Find Medeia – Multi-published YA and MG Author
 
Blog   |   Twitter   |   Goodreads   |   Instagram   |   Amazon
 

Medeia is doing a giveaway of her book and a $50 Amazon gift card. Enter here: a Rafflecopter giveaway

Lily sounds like a unique character who experiences all kinds of exciting adventures. Best of luck with your book release, Medeia!

And now for my 15 Minute Tweet Tales from the past week:

11/12 - Hotel guests are frightened at first, but the ghost is quite biddable. He'll even turn out the lights so you don't have to get out of bed.
 
11/13 - Pressure builds and he can't hold it in. Disgraceful for notorious thief to be caught via eructation. Should have skipped pre-heist soda.
 
11/14 - His destructive toy store tantrum was a watershed in her parenting style, going from "whatever you want, dear" to "I'll tan your hide!"
 
11/15 - Boyfriend brings in unwieldy present. She hides disappointment. Turns out to be nesting doll of boxes. Longed-for ring wrapped at center.

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11/16 - She drank 3 more shots knowing it would impair her ratiocination. But she was finally alone with brother-in-law and dreamed of kissing him.
 
11/17 - She searches for most debonair man in the bar. Their confidence in their charm always keeps them from seeing the trap until they're caught.
 
11/18 - Her pertinacious belief in her hotness despite reflection in mirror gave her a sparkle that made men who usually wouldn't ask her out.
 
Have you read any of Medeia's books? Play along and write tweet tales for the above words. If you’re willing to share, post them on twitter with the hashtag #15tt or add them below in the comments because I’d love to read them. Any thoughts about this week's tweet tales or #15tt words?

Tweet Tales Tuesday Week 146

Whew, I had a super busy weekend of YA awesomeness! Saturday was the 4th annual YALLFest. They always do such a terrific job, and it was another amazing line-up including: Veronica Roth, James Dashner, Sarah Dessen, Rainbow Rowell, and many other talented authors (check out the list!). 
YALLFest
Kami Garcia, Veronica Roth, Gayle Forman, James Dashner, Melissa de la Cruz, Ann Brashares, Kathy Reichs
 
Then Sunday was the last stop of the Compelling Reads tour at the Charleston County library. My friend Martina Boone organized the tour and this stop also included S.E. Green, Kimberley Griffiths Little, and Tracy Clark. They played a fun dating game with their books, served sweet tea and whoopie pies, and gave away a lot of great prizes. 
Compelling Reads Tour
Kimberly Griffiths Little, Tracy Clark, Martina Boone, S.E. Green
 
And lucky me – I got to have dinner with these four lovely ladies on both nights! I love meeting new writers, and it’s always helpful to hear stories from authors further along their journey than I am, so I very much appreciated them including me in their Charleston adventure.
 
And now for my 15 Minute Tweet Tales from the past week:
 
11/5 - When he gets on stage to sing, the mocking laughter of classmates gorgonizes him. Unlike in the movies, he doesn't eventually wow them.
 
11/6 - When he warns she's been a bugbear on the project, she's happy, saying it means she's been cute and supportive. He fires her immediately.
 
11/7 - Every day she saves half of her sandwich for the clochard near her school. Tho filthy & raving, she still sees the loving dad he used to be.
 
11/8 - She grins at his stem-winder. He'll make a great politician. But now he's inciting classmates to riot until they get pizza. Detention.
 

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11/9 - Check engine light comes on...car shakes...engine whines. But loyal ride of 20 years makes it to driveway before going kaput for good.
 
11/10 - She dissembles that everything's fine, although the tumor will kill her in six months. She wants her kids to be kids as long as they can.
 
11/11 - The pinnacle of her crappy day was a man brushing her arm on the subway ride home. Even accidental human contact eased her loneliness.
 
Did you have a chance to attend YALLFest? Play along and write tweet tales for the above words. If you’re willing to share, post them on twitter with the hashtag #15tt or add them below in the comments because I’d love to read them. Any thoughts about this week's tweet tales or #15tt words?

Tweet Tales Tuesday Week 145

15 Minute Tweet TalesI was pretty ‘meh’ about voting today because I’m so frustrated by the rampant corruption and ridiculousness in both parties and most of the candidates disgust me. But then in last night’s episode of Sleepy Hollow, they had a great opening with Ichabod experiencing his first modern election and being appalled at the low voter turnout. It pretty much shamed me into going to vote today as a form of respect for all the people who fought and sacrificed for my right to vote for the least awful person. Luckily, my polling place is within walking distance and it was a beautiful day outside, so that made the experience a bit more pleasant. 
 
And now for my 15 Minute Tweet Tales:
 
10/29 - Sick of wife's saponaceous cooking, he left. But he's the dummy who never rinsed the dishes after washing them in a sink full of suds.
 
10/30 - Time for 1st kiss. Lips draw closer. Mawkish song starts playing. They collapse in giggles. No kiss then but leads to 1000s over the years.
 
10/31 - He made a killing every Halloween. No one believed he could eat all the candy in one night, but his eupeptic ability always won the bets.
 
11/1 - "Lots of pretty words but no agon makes this the most boring book ever." Author approaches critic. "You want conflict, huh?" Punches him.
 
11/2 - Dog acts sequacious so they won't crate him during work. He then devours shoes and murders pillows. Humans: so easily fooled by puppy eyes.
 
11/3 - He was pococurante to allowed forms of discipline and kept raising hell, so teacher resurrected paddle. She got fired but left smiling.
 
11/4 - She couldn't afford bolt of fabric, so kind cashier gave her leftover scraps. She made a dress of imbricate diamonds that wowed at prom.
 
Play along and write tweet tales for the above words. If you’re willing to share, post them on twitter with the hashtag #15tt or add them below in the comments because I’d love to read them. Any thoughts about this week's tweet tales or #15tt words?

Tweet Tales Tuesday Week 144 + Books Excitement

Buckle your seatbelts, y’all, this is going to be a long post! It seems like all my writing friends have some type of book-related excitement happening today. Okay, maybe not all of them, but a lot of them. It’s actually kind of weird that there are so many releases and cover reveals today. Something in the air? Halloween magic? I don’t know why, I’m just happy great things are happening for writers I adore, and that I can share the news here.
 
First up (in alphabetical order) is Martina Boone, who is an online friend who became a real-life friend and is now kinda sorta my boss. Her YA Southern Gothic Compulsion releases today and has been getting fantastic advance reviews. And since it’s set in Charleston, I can’t wait to read it.
 
Compulsion
Three plantations. Two wishes. One ancient curse.
 
All her life, Barrie Watson has been a virtual prisoner in the house where she lived with her shut-in mother. When her mother dies, Barrie promises to put some mileage on her stiletto heels. But she finds a new kind of prison at her aunt's South Carolina plantation instead--a prison guarded by an ancient spirit who long ago cursed one of the three founding families of Watson Island and gave the others magical gifts that became compulsions.
 
Stuck with the ghosts of a generations-old feud and hunted by forces she cannot see, Barrie must find a way to break free of the family legacy. With the help of sun-kissed Eight Beaufort, who knows what Barrie wants before she knows herself, the last Watson heir starts to unravel her family's twisted secrets. What she finds is dangerous: a love she never expected, a river that turns to fire at midnight, a gorgeous cousin who isn't what she seems, and very real enemies who want both Eight and Barrie dead.
 
 
Next up is my local writing friend S.K. Falls with a bit of a déjà vu cover reveal. I shared a cover reveal and release post for a previous version of this novel when S.K. indie published it. Then an agent found it, read it, loved it, and offered representation, and now it’s going to be traditionally published on January 13th, 2015! So it has a new title and cover to go with the revamped story. It’s now called One Last Song, and you can find it on Goodreads.
 
One Last SongI was seven when I swallowed my first needle.
 
My mom freaked out and rushed me to the emergency room.
 
She stayed by my side all night.
 
I never wanted it to end. When you spend your whole life feeling invisible-when your parents care more about deals and deadlines than they do about you-you find ways of making people take notice. Little things at first. Then bigger. It's scary how fast it grows. Then one day something happens that makes you want to stop. To get better. To be better. And for the first time, you understand what it's like to feel whole, happy . . . loved. For the first time, you love someone back.
 
For me, that someone was Drew.
 
 
The next novel release is from Jessie Humphries, who is my Pitch Wars mentor. I read her first YA mystery Killing Ruby Rose at the suggestion of a friend who knew I was having trouble in my own WIP balancing a humorous voice with dark events. Jessie does a great job handling that balance, so I was excited when I saw she was a Pitch Wars mentor, and I entered hoping for the best. I couldn’t believe it when she picked me as her alternate – there was lots of happy dancing. She’s really helped me identify the places where I took the funny too far when it should be more serious. Now the second book in her series is being released today called Resisting Ruby Rose
 
FYI - there are some spoilers from the first book in this description.
 
Resisting Ruby Rose
Still reeling from the heartbreaking events that unfolded on Grissom Island, Ruby Rose is trying to come to terms with the fact that she’s gone from a vigilante in killer shoes to a stone-cold killer. Everyone from her therapist to her smoking-hot boyfriend keeps trying to convince her that she hasn’t crossed over to the dark side, but Ruby isn’t so sure. It doesn’t help that her nemesis, Detective “Mastermind” Martinez, is still out there, waiting for another chance to take her down.
 
When an alleged CIA agent named Skryker shows up and asks for a meeting, Ruby figures it just means more questions about her case. But he has information of an entirely different nature and a job offer: join an elite force of young assassins, including Skryker’s right-hand guy, Quinn Donovan. Quinn is distractingly charming, handsome—and deadly. Ruby resists becoming a killer again, but as she becomes more ensnared in a web of deceit, no one around her is safe.
 
 
Leah Rhyne is another local writing friend who has made past appearances on my blog for the release of her zombie novels. Today is the cover reveal for the third and final book in the Undead America series called Jenna’s War. The book will actually be released this Friday because a story this scary must be unleashed on the world on Halloween.
 
Jenna's WarJenna Price knows how to survive in Undead America:
 
Kill zombies;
 
Find food; 
 
Most importantly, don’t trust strangers.
 
It’s a bleak, meagre existence in the Nebraska countryside, but Jenna Price is willing to make it work. That is, until her feud with Michael explodes. Only then will she risk everything with Sam, Will, and Rosie, leaving Nebraska behind in search of a pipe dream: a cure to the zombie virus that plagues them.
 
So begins their journey east. East is where the old cities lay, sleepy relics of a world long gone. Controlled by a power-hungry warlord from Sam’s past, it seethes with zombies, alive and undead. East is where the future may lay, but it’s also where the worst things can happen.
 
For war is coming to Undead America. When her time comes, and the survival of her beloved family depends on her trusting a strange man with an ominous name, will Jenna Price be ready to fight?  
 
 
And finally there’s my online friend Emma Scott. We met through the forums for the NYC Midnight Madness writing competitions, and her stories were always amazing and her critiques helpful and supportive. Since she lives on the West coast, we’ve never met, but we’ve kept in touch via Facebook, cheering each other on in our writing journeys. Her main project is an epic fantasy she wants to get traditionally published, but in the meantime, she’s written a fun side novel she’s decided to self-publish in order to explore the process. So today she’s releasing her new adult romance Love Beyond Words
Love Beyond Words
 
She thought the best love affairs only happened in books…
 
Traumatized by the deaths of her parents three years earlier, Natalie Hewitt lives an introverted life, going to school during the day and working as a barista in a small coffee shop at night. Natalie uses the writing of world-famous, reclusive author Rafael Melendez Mendón to assuage her grief. His words are her refuge, his characters better company than anyone she could meet in real life… until Julian Kovač walks into the café one summer evening. A handsome, wealthy, quiet young man, Natalie feels an immediate connection. 
 
But Julian has a secret that is both the most wonderful revelation she could possibly imagine…and the very thing that could tear them apart.
 
Whew, I told you it was a lot! Now go check out the books by all these lovely ladies. But before you leave, here are my 15 Minute Tweet Tales for the week:
 
10/22 - After a steady diet of MacGyver reruns as a kid, Bob's ability to extemporize helps him survive the zombie apocalypse. TV IS good for you.
 
10/23 - Coach didn't homologate harassment of the girl on team but didn't stop it. She transfers to rival school. Leads them to state championship.
 
10/24 - The director's a demiurge because he wants all the acclaim when his movie wins an Oscar. Satisfyingly, he gets all the blame when it flops.
 
10/25 - As the light left her eyes, an enigmatic "Oh!" whispered past her lips. He obsessed over what she'd seen until it was his turn to go.
 

15 Minute Tweet Tales10/26 - He mocks her remodeling ideas, so she drugs him and immures him in the dividing wall she wanted. He only criticizes it a few more days.

 
10/27 - Whenever her stepmom mutters something, Suzy thinks it's a malison. Dad says she's read too many fairy tales. Until Suzy wakes up a frog.
 
10/28 - Knowing her grades wouldn't get her in, she took an ad hominem approach to college essay. Google told Admissions her sad story was lies.
 
Do you look forward to reading any of these books? Play along and write tweet tales for the above words. If you’re willing to share, post them on twitter with the hashtag #15tt or add them below in the comments because I’d love to read them. Any thoughts about this week's tweet tales or #15tt words?