Rainbow Snippets

It’s been such a hellish week that I’m not even sure if I did or didn’t finish everyone’s post last week. If I missed you, I apologize.

Today was good. I met friends at the Mothman Festival. Had fun as always but this festival is getting huge. I did get to talk to Rosemary Ellen Guilley as usual. Her talk was packed but probably because one of the dudes from TAPS was following her.

Maybe Josh should take Brendan out to the TNT site (I went today). Speaking of These Haunted Hills I’ll be continuing with them. Last week Brendan was spooked by something screaming in the woods. This picks up the next day. He’s met Josh in a diner and Josh has asked why Brendan looks so exhausted and that’s where we’re at (and six sentences means you still don’t get to learn exactly what happened yet).

“Okay I was outside last night on the porch having a beer when I heard this sound. Scared the hell out of me!” Brendan shuddered and then noticed the amusement in Joshua’s eyes. He could practically pick the words ‘city boy’ out of Joshua’s mind. “It keep crying out and I managed to record some of it. Here, listen.”

He handed it to Joshua before picking up his coffee. Joshua tapped the screen, making the haunting cry echo in the diner. An old couple looked at them from their table across the way. Joshua chuckled.

“You promised not to laugh!”

If you’d like to play along, Rainbow Snippets is a Facebook community where we post up 6 sentences of one of our LGBT stories every Saturday. It’s been fun and you can find it here. Be sure to check out all the offers! It’s been a great supportive group!

15 thoughts on “Rainbow Snippets”

  1. Ah, Mothman territory. Used to live and work south of it, and the teacher in the next classroom over had a life-size Mothman in the corner of her classroom. Not certain whether she threatened to feed her students to it or what, but it was certainly interesting to look at.

    And, what has City Boy actually recorded that has Joshua chuckling? This Appalachian Mountain girl has some ideas.


    1. Oh cool. I live @30 miles north of Mothman and teach at a local university. I wouldn’t mind having a life-sized mothman hanging around.

      It’s something wild that’s all over this area.


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