A prompt is a sentence or description that an author can use to build a story. I will post two prompts every Tuesday – a situational prompt and a phrase prompt. They will vary in length.

The situational prompt must use all the elements mentioned.

The phrase prompt must be used in the story at some point.

Every story must be a Christian romance and have a happy-ever-after.

If your story meets our guidelines, you could be our next White Rose published author!

You may submit your story at any time. When submitting, simply put PROMPT March 9, 2010 in the subject line. This week’s prompts must be 10,000 to 20,000 words.

The SITUATION:

Two puppies, a woman in hiding, a mysterious man, and a pair of pink polka dot pumps.

The PHRASE:

“Dead guys don’t usually show up for breakfast,” she said, staring at the very-much-alive man who stood in front of the pastry counter.

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