Rainbow Snippets

So after two weeks I finally have internet again. Sorry for not getting to comment. It was super fun having no internet both good and bad fun, really. Good fun – no distractions from writing. Bad fun -I’m teaching an online class for the first time ever and I was asked to do so last minute so NOTHING is set up. Whee.

I’m picking right back up where I left off with These Haunted Hills with Josh and Brendan looking at what evidence of the paranormal they caught at the hotel. (a little longer than 6 because I’m being too lazy to pick the 6 best sentences from this scene)

“Sometimes things are more noticeable in the dark. There’s a theory that ghosts drain energy to manifest themselves and otherwise interact with this world. They like to drain batteries for instance so if we’re there at night we can see flashlights dim. Hell, a lot of the times we ask them to turn the flashlights off and on. It works. The TV shows also do it because it adds to the scary ambiance.”

Brendan snorted. “And when we go with Cassia, it’ll be at night, right?”

“Oh yeah. Cass is an endocrinology resident right now so her free time is at a premium. She’d definitely go without sleep to spend the night with you.” Josh meant that last statement anyway it could be taken. He didn’t miss the slight flush to Brendan’s cheeks. A hint of disappointment wormed into his heart. Did Brendan like the idea of being with a woman he hadn’t even more than he might like it if Josh had said the same thing about himself? No, he was being idiotic. Brendan surely was embarrassed by the double entendre.

“I’ll keep that in mind.

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!

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