Rainbow Snippets

This week was as bad as the last. I am however finally registered for the Steampunk Symposium in Cincinnati in March. I will be, in theory, on the author panel as well. Leanne Renee Hieber is working on that for me. I think, in some ways, being half way an introvert and half way an extrovert worked for me here. I’ve been talking to her for a couple of years and she’s doing what most of us should be doing: holding a hand out and helping a fellow author. Even if it falls through I’m content that someone tried to help (also this would be happening in front of Tor.com which could be very interesting).

I’m still in the Hocking Hills this week picking up with Brendan and Josh where we left off last week with These Haunted Hill and they’re going out into the woods after foxes (and I’m finally back to working on this after a bit of a hiatus that went longer than planned)

The leaves from last fall crunched loudly under Brendan’s clumsy feet. He would never make it in Joshua’s world. “And if Big Foot doesn’t like being recorded. I’ve read some crap about them you know. It seems like they do have a violent streak.”

“So I’ve been told.”

“I don’t want to be famous as the guy who got beaten to death by Big Foots,” Brendan huffed, his eyes darting around, trying to see deeper in the woods. Damn Josh for bringing up the cryptid. Now he was going to be seriously thinking about it even though he knew it was ludicrous. He was in far more danger from a bear or a coyote than he was Sasquatch.

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!

12 thoughts on “Rainbow Snippets”

    1. Hahaha I think I’ll stick with Sasquatches on that one because who knows. Cool. I’ve been talking with her at various Ohio cons for about the last three years and I really appreciate the hand up she’s giving me.

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