Rainbow Snippets

This past week was a blur of grading. I know I owe a bunch of comments. Will get there, promise. Today was great fun. I spent the early afternoon being the tifin in a tea duel with my steampunk airship and then on to the Mothman festival. I caught a really good talk by Dana and Greg Newkirk, curators of the Traveling Occult museum. It occurred to me Josh and Brendan would love this stuff.

Speaking of which, here we go, more of These Haunted Hills Brendan is getting his first look at Josh’s house.

On the book shelves he saw the Starship Enterprise, Spike and Angel from Buffy, a small Millennium Falcon, a Harry Potter wand and on the couch was Kevin’s wand from his own series, the one that was a universal channel changer. He couldn’t imagine a more perfect space for Josh. He picked up Kevin’s wand.

Wide eyed Josh snatched it from his hand and tucked it into his pocket, blushing. “Sorry for the mess.”

“I was thinking, this is how I pictured your place. Okay maybe not the blue farm house part but the inside, definitely. It was a good idea to come here. I feel better now.”

“How so?”

“I was going to say you and Cassia know everything about me but that’s not exactly true. You do know a lot and I know very little about you. It’s nice seeing a little more about what makes you tick.”

“You already know the important stuff. I like foxes. I ghost hunt. I’m a huge geek who has an enormous stash of comic books in one of those spare bedrooms I mentioned.” Josh smiled.

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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