Rainbow Snippets

I know I owe everyone comments. This week was a blur of working on research during spring break and working with the university to come up with what we’re going to do during the pandemic. I’ll get back to them.

I’m continuing with These Haunted Hills Josh has been outside in the woods and has just returned to the cabin.

He pulled out the ear buds and Brendan heard strains of Mozart before Josh turned the player off. “Got it. Something knocked it askew, maybe a coon or a coyote. I’ll have to review the footage. I haven’t had time with trying to read the graduate ecology’s papers. I have them in the car. I thought if you wanted to work while you cook, I could do that. Or give you half.” Josh grinned. “You’d be at least as good at a TA at grading them.”

Brendan held up his hands. “Oh hell no. I’ve done a little of that when I’ve been a guest lecturer in creative writing classes. I’m not even sure I remember what proper format is for papers these days and what I know of ecology is it’s bare definition.”

“Close enough.”

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!

10 thoughts on “Rainbow Snippets”

  1. Proper format = APA style = major suckage. (Well, it was for nursing school, anyhow.)

    Okay, enough of that. LOL I wonder how much Josh is going to be able to focus on the papers he’s supposed to be grading.

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  2. APA, MLA – I had semesters where I taught classes in both styles at the same time. I think I nearly tore my hair out those semesters. So maddening, more so when the students don’t even try.

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    1. I hear you. They lie right to my face about never learning it, never suspecting I’m great friends with the English faculty and know damn well they have been taught both.


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